Veterinarians that are AVMA members whom are 5-15 years post-graduation and recent graduates 0-5 years post-graduation who are interested in developing their leadership skills are encouraged to attend. The AVMA will reimburse airfare/mileage and up to three nights hotel room and tax for one Emerging leader from each state/constituent association in the HOD. Registration fees are not reimbursed by the AVMA, please check with your state/constituent association to determine if they will reimburse your registration fee.
Representatives from each association represented in the AVMA HOD who are interested in developing their leadership skills. Associations are encouraged to send their Executive Director, Public Relations Representative, President, President-Elect or other staff/volunteer member of the State or Allied VMA. AVMA will pay half of the travel for two representatives from each association in the HOD. Registration fees are not reimbursed by the AVMA.
The AVMA is a federation of 68 state, territorial and allied veterinary medical groups. Association policies are set by a House of Delegates, made up of one delegate and one alternate delegate from each organization represented. Delegates and Alternate Delegates attending the HOD Winter Session. AVMA pays for HOD airfare/mileage and up to three nights hotel room and tax. Registration is complimentary for Delegates and Alternate Delegates.
The Executive Board is the administrative body of the Association. The 16-member board is comprised of the President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Vice-President, Treasurer (non-voting) and of one representative from each of 11 geographic districts elected by the veterinarians residing in those areas.
The House Advisory Committee consists of seven members elected by the House of Delegates to advise and make recommendations to the House of Delegates and Executive Board, and to review and approve the credentials of candidates for President, President-Elect, Vice President, councils, and the House Advisory Committee.
Veterinarians and Association Executives interested in developing their leadership skills for their professional and personal development.
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