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Tuesday, April 4, 2023 - Having sensitive conversations with confidence, candor, and collaboration
Register for the LIVE webinar with Dr. Danielle Alleman.
- Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2023
- Time: 7:00 pm EST
Dr. Danielle Alleman is a 2017 graduate from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Immediately following graduation, she moved out to Washington State and has been a practicing small animal veterinarian out west ever since.
Dr. Alleman has been passionate about wellbeing since her time as a vet student and was part of the group of students that helped create the Student Wellness Initiative that exists currently today.
Now as a veterinarian, Dr. Alleman is passionate about empowering other early career veterinarians to find balance and sustainability in their careers. She also serves on the WSVMA Wellbeing Committee helping to provide wellbeing resources to members.
Dr. Alleman is the owner and creator of Empathos Veterinary Wellness, a platform designed to help support the mental health and wellbeing of the veterinary profession through virtual events, speaking, career coaching, and more.
When she is not involved in Vet Med, she enjoys hiking, climbing, skiing – or basically any activity that gets her outside in the PNW mountains!
Interested in getting involved with WVLDI?
There may be many areas available: board service, social media contribution, student outreach, speakers bureau, fundraisers, sponsorships, and mentorships.
So if you have an interest in getting involved with WVLDI, please contact us using our form, and let us know what you are interested in and what immediate skills you can bring to the table!
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