Julie Kumble, M.Ed.
Julie Kumble, M.Ed., owner of Greater Good Leadership, is a researcher, writer and consultant and presents on leadership and gender issues in politics and professions to international audiences. She has been a US State Department Fellow, recipient of the International Women's Day award from the Amherst League of Women Voters, grantee of the Foundation for Motivated Women, and US Peace Corps volunteer. She is a founding director of the Women's Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative. As a research consultant at Cornell, she co-authored a book with Cornell University Dean Emeritus Dr. Donald Smith on women's leadership in veterinary medicine called Leaders of the Pack, Women and the Future of Veterinary Medicine (Purdue University Press). She is currently researching servant leadership in veterinary medicine and beyond.
In veterinary medicine, she has written numerous articles on women's leadership and has led seminars at veterinary colleges at Auburn, Cornell, Iowa State, Lincoln Memorial, Louisiana State, Minnesota, Purdue, St. George's, Ross, Virginia-Maryland, universities, and others, as well as the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, American Veterinary Medical Association, SAVMA Symposium, NAVC, and Western Veterinary Conference. She is a founding director of the Women's Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI) and she developed a course on women's leadership in veterinary medicine which debuted in March 2014 at Cornell and subsequently became offered at other veterinary colleges.