Don’t miss an interactive virtual chat with AVMA’s president

Published on October 21, 2020
Headshot of AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt with this text: "Live from the Economic Summit, chat with AVMA President Dr. Kratt Wednesday, October 28, 11 am Central"

Do you have a question or thought you want to bring to the attention of the AVMA? Now’s your chance! AVMA and Student AVMA (SAVMA) members are invited to participate in an interactive virtual chat with AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt on Wednesday, October 28 at 11 a.m. Central Time. The event takes place on the final day of the AVMA 2020 Economic Summit and is free for all members.

Dr. Kratt has made it his mission to listen, serve, and connect with AVMA members, and in this live virtual conversation he’ll be doing just that. Joined by AVMA Chief Economist Matt Salois, Ph.D., Dr. Kratt will be answering your questions and sharing his insight as AVMA president.

To register, sign in to your AVMA account and fill out this form. We’ll send you a link to the Zoom meeting so you can participate.

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The AVMA is your association, and this is your chat—so get your questions ready for Dr. Kratt. Members play an integral role in guiding the association’s priorities and policies, and this is a terrific way to connect with your AVMA leaders in an interactive forum. We hope to see you there!

There’s still time to register for the Economic Summit

Next week, veterinary business owners, practitioners, and economic thought leaders will come together online for AVMA’s 2020 Economic Summit. There’s still time for you to register to participate! The summit takes place October 26-28. Learn practical strategies to thrive in today’s veterinary landscape and come away with valuable insights and actionable tools to implement right away in your practice or workplace.

Register and learn more at


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