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American Board of Veterinary Practitioners – Nov. 5, 2022

January 19, 2023

The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners welcomed 37 new diplomates following the board certification examination held virtually on Nov. 5. The new diplomates are as follows:

Avian Practice
Rachel Baden, Oakley, California
Susan Baley, Fairfax, Virginia
Alison Cummings, Bedford Hills, New York    
Nicholas Kirk, Nashville, Tennessee
Salina Locke, Raleigh, North Carolina
Silvia Tovar Lopez, Loveland, Colorado

Beef Cattle Practice
Sydney Crosby, Airdrie, Alberta
Daniel Cummings, Madisonville, Tennessee

Canine and Feline Practice
Nathaniel Chaudoin, Herdon, Kentucky
Erez Cohen Mivtach, Karmiel, Israel
Nicola Council, Mesa, Arizona
Karen Ebersole, Auburn, Maine
Lauren Gealow, Malcolm, Nebraska
Christian Hansen-Jones, Calgary, Alberta
Jerrod Johnson, Adams, Tennessee
Tara Kasmarik, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
Sarah Kaufman, Manhattan, Kansas
James Kidwell, Lakeland, Florida
Heather Lee, Cross Plains, Texas
Wendy Mandese, Gainesville, Florida
Megan McGlinn, New York City
Justine Mumaw, Phoenix
Krista Nelson, Whitby, Ontario
Amber Parks, Clearwater, Florida
Rodrigo Rosa, Auburn, New Hampshire
Abedin Shaban Zadeh, Surrey, British Columbia
John Strickland, Purcellville, Virginia
Amy Thorud, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Eva Ulery, Columbia, Missouri

Dairy Practice
Michael Capel, Perry, New York

Exotic Companion Mammal Practice
Dominique Peel, Hillsborough, New Hampshire

Equine Practice
Samantha Parkinson, Milford Center, Colorado

Feline Practice
Kaitlin Bahlmann, Whitby, Ontario

Food Animal Practice
Rachel Friedrich, Ames, Iowa

Shelter Medicine Practice
Emily Ferrell, Portland, Oregon
Victry Fredley, Portland, Oregon
Jessica Thiele, Columbia, Missouri