dvm360® Broadcasts 2021 Veterinary Scholar Ambassadors | Enterprise

CRANBURY, NJ – (BUSINESS WIRE) – March 12, 2021–

dvm360 ®, the # 1 multimedia platform in the veterinary industry, is proud to welcome the 55 veterinary students from around the world who have been selected to participate in their new Student Ambassador program. Led by 2020 alumni Trusten Moore (DVM) and Danny Sack (DVM), this exciting program was designed to improve communication between veterinary students and the industry.

“Our goal was to create a network of inspired, interactive veterinary students who can help us advance the veterinary profession,” said Mike Hennessy Jr., President and CEO of MJH Life Sciences ™, the parent company of dvm360 ®. “We not only achieved this goal, we exceeded it. We now have student councils from veterinary schools in the US and around the world. I can’t think of a better way to appreciate the way we learn and practice veterinary medicine than through our dvm360® Student Ambassador program. “

Each student ambassador selected by Moore und Sack represents an AVMA-accredited veterinary school. Featured in dvm360® magazine and on dvm360.com, ambassadors get access to dvm360® social media platforms, free entry to a Fetch dvm360® conference of their choice (travel and accommodation not included) and access to industry thought leaders .

This year’s Student Ambassadors 2021 and their universities are:

  • Adinda Rana Fauziah: IPB University
  • Aishwarya Chitnis: Purdue University
  • Aliisa Peura: University of Melbourne (Australia)
  • Ambre Malarbet: CEU Cardenal Herrera University (Valencia, Spain)
  • Ashley Genetti: University of Edinburgh (Scotland)
  • Ashley Hennequin: Lincoln Memorial University
  • Ava McPhail: University of Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Brian Gleaves: University of Tennessee
  • Brittney Kilgore: St. George’s University (Grenada, West Indies)
  • Carolyne Ricardo: University of Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Catherine Walsh: Ross University (Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis)
  • Chris Hollingsworth: Virginia-Maryland College
  • Christian Capobianco: North Carolina State University
  • Courtney Babcock Borden: Kansas State University
  • Dana Tsuchida: Oregon State University
  • Danielle Lancer: University of Sydney (Australia)
  • Dave Reinniel Catolico: Central Luzon State University (Science City Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines)
  • De’Shonna Jones: University of Missouri
  • Gabby Rands: Mississippi State University
  • Grant Gilbert: University of Pennsylvania
  • Harris Fitzgerel: Tufts University
  • Hayley Hunt: Iowa State University
  • Ioli Tzavara: University of Forestry (Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • Indira Rojas Rivera: Ross University (Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis)
  • Jeffrey Lowenthal: University of California, Davis
  • Jessi Doshier: Western University of Health Sciences
  • Jessica Hirsch: Tufts University
  • Jessica Im: University of Georgia
  • John Delgado: Tuskegee University
  • Jove Jacob: Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (Bikaner, India)
  • Juancho Orjuela: University of Guelph (Canada)
  • Katie Hiskes: University of Illinois
  • Kayla Bergeson: University of Minnesota
  • Kellie Purucker: Michigan State University
  • Laci Taylor: Cornell University
  • Lianne Mellin: University of Queensland (Australia)
  • Mahima Gulati: Mumbai Veterinary College (India)
  • Marizza Kachelhoffer: University of Pretoria (South Africa)
  • Megan Kuhtreiber: University College Dublin (Ireland)
  • Mehal Punjabi: Mumbai Veterinary College (India)
  • Michele Munkhaugen-Reyes: Auburn University
  • Muskaan Gumber: Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (Thrissur, India)
  • Nada Blagojevic: University of Adelaide (Roseworthy, Australia)
  • Nia Powell: North Carolina State University
  • Rachel Ellerd: Texas A&M University
  • Rachel Schneider: St. Matthew’s University (Grand Cayman)
  • Sara Beth Speziok: University of Florida
  • Seyit Islam Yilmaz: Bursa Uldag University (Bursa, Turkey)
  • Simone Spence: The Royal Veterinary College (London, England)
  • Stacey Thomas: University of Arizona
  • Sudesh Thapa: University of Agriculture and Forestry (Bharatpur, Nepal)
  • Swarangee Chavan: Mumbai Veterinary College (Mumbai, India)
  • Thomas Kile: Washington State University
  • Victor Piceno: National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico)
  • Zaida Gomez: Long Island University

“We are overjoyed and excited to have such a talented and diverse group of veterinary professionals who will truly help create a better future for veterinary medicine,” said Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, chief veterinary officer of dvm360 ®. “At dvm360 ®, we can’t wait to share your stories, insights and experiences in the wonderful world of veterinary medicine.”

If you are interested in becoming a dvm360 ® student ambassador, apply here.

About dvm360 ®

The leading provider of media content to the veterinary market, dvm360 ®, has been in operation for more than 50 years. It provides readers with world-class digital and print content that focuses on all aspects of a veterinarian’s life. In addition, dvm360 ® hosts advanced training conferences (CE) that offer veterinary professionals a 360-degree experience in the field of educational engagement. These conferences include several Fetch dvm360 ® conferences and the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference ®, CE events that have been an integral part of the veterinary community for decades. dvm360 ® is a trademark of MJH Life Sciences ™, the largest private, independent, full-service medical media company in North America. MJH Life Sciences ™ is dedicated to delivering trusted health news across multiple channels.

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