Student Code of Conduct – Click here to download
Professional Etiquette Factsheet – Click here to download
Express Yourself Notes – Click here to download
Articles & Newsletters
Dr. Don Smith has a way with words, and this piece he wrote for the Tennessee VMA newsletter is no exception! Read this wonderful synopsis of where we are in veterinary leadership and where we should go as soon as possible. (Posted with permission from the author.)
WVLDI Fall 2020 Newsletter – Click here to download
The purpose of WVLDI is to strengthen and elevate our profession by creating an inclusive professional community.
Public Speaking Powerpoint Presentation – Click here to view
Women of Vetlandia Presentation – Click here to view
This PowerPoint presentation expounds on the concept of “Vetlandia,” coined by our very own Dr. Doug Aspros. This presentation outlines why the WVLDI was formed and what the organization is doing to promote the participation of women veterinarians in organized veterinary medicine leadership.
Karen Bradley’s Presentation at Cornell – Click here to view
WVLDI President Dr. Karen Bradley spoke to the veterinary students at Cornell earlier this month. Her fabulous presentation is attached. Enjoy!
Professional Etiquette PowerPoint Presentation – Click here to view
Communication is the Key PowerPoint Presentation – Click here to view
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!
Donate to Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative
Thank you for your support! The Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative is an official 501c3 organization. Voluntary contributions enable us to allocate our resources most efficiently, where they will do the greatest possible good in helping to promote women into leadership roles in veterinary medicine.