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March 01, 2021

American Board of Veterinary Practitioners

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The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners welcomed 42 new diplomates following the board certification examination it held remotely on Oct. 14, 2020. They are as follows:

Avian Practice

Sherri Cox, Guelph, Ontario
Abigail Duvall, Knoxville, Tennessee
Claudia Kabakchiev, Guelph, Ontario
Peter Sojka, Knoxville, Tennessee
Anne Staudenmaier, Walpole, Massachusetts
Shangzhe Xie, Singapore

Canine and Feline Practice

Jessica Alexander, Los Angeles
Asaf Alkalay, Ganei Tikva, Israel
Cooper Brookshire, Starkville, Mississippi
Shawn Bybee, Salt Lake City
Erika Cervasio, Mansfield, Massachusetts
Blair Daus, Antioch, Illinois
Jennifer Grady, Grafton, Massachusetts
Illana Halperin, Davis, California
Philip Jull, Algodones, New Mexico
Christopher Lea, Auburn, Alabama
Danyse Lewis, Calgary, Alberta
William McGee, Chico, Texas
Alison Meindl, Athens, Georgia
Brooke Robertson, Blacksburg, Virginia
Jacob Taylor, Bettendorf, Iowa
Jean Waguespack, Columbus, Georgia

Dairy Practice

Jessica McArt, Ithaca, New York

Equine Practice

Lea Riddell, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Christine Whalin, Pawling, New York

Exotic Companion Mammal Practice

Isabelle Desperez, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Sara Gardhouse, Guelph, Ontario
Kimvi Le, Hong Kong
Hilary Stern, Soquel, California
Laetitia Volait-Rosset, Maisons-Alfort, France

Feline Practice

Katrina Breiteiter, Austin, Texas
Sara Doggett, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Marie-Theres Hoyer-Kammerhofer, Vienna
Nicole Martell-Moran, Houston
Melissa Mustillo, New Market, Maryland
Elaine Ng, Hong Kong
Nina Quinley, Davis, California
Lisa Restine, San Antonio

Food Animal Practice

Adam Copeland, Panhandle, Texas
Kerri Nigito, Grenada, West Indies

Shelter Medicine

Emilia Gordon, Vancouver, British Columbia
Chelsea Reinhard, North Grafton, Massachusetts