Kelly Dold Joins Communications Team as Marketing Manager for Veterinary Hospital and ADDL

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Friday, August 27, 2021

The Purdue Veterinary Medicine communications team is pleased to welcome Kelly Dold as the new Marketing and Communications Manager for Purdue University Veterinary Hospital and Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory on Monday, August 23rd. Kelly joins the Purdue for Life Foundation, where she previously served as Marketing Manager for the Purdue Center for Cancer Research.

In her new role, Kelly will be responsible for marketing and promoting the services of the Veterinary Hospital, Caesars Entertainment Equine Specialty Hospital in Shelbyville, Ind., And the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (ADDL) to customers and prospective veterinarians, veterinarians and others Interest Groups. Her work includes developing and implementing marketing strategies using a variety of communications and public relations work, including media releases, digital and print communications, social media, and representation at selected personal events, as well as helping with media contacts and interview requests.

Kelly grew up in Hamilton, Illinois, on the Mississippi. She received her bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University. From her early years on the family farm to adulthood, she had numerous animals in her daily life – horses, pigs, dogs and cats.

“I believe my lifelong experience with animals in this marketing position will benefit the College of Veterinary Medicine. I wholeheartedly applaud the human-animal bond and the importance of compassionate care. In addition, I am delighted with the state-of-the-art facilities soon to be operational for the Veterinary Hospital, the daily delivery of high quality, advanced veterinary health care at the hospital and Caesar’s Entertainment Equine Specialty Hospital in Shelbyville, and the dedication and excellence of the diagnostic team ADDL, all of which deserve greater awareness at the local and national level. “

Kelly lives in Monticello with her husband Chris and their four rescue dogs and their cat. They have seven grown children who often come home to enjoy Lake Freeman. When she’s not working, she enjoys landscaping, gardening, cycling the country lanes, boating with the dogs always with her, and cooking new creations.

Kelly works from Lynn Hall, Room 2121. She can be reached at or 496-2766. Don’t hesitate to get in touch and give Kelly a warm welcome!

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