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WVPMA's Board is made up of six members bringing their expertise to the WVPMA
WVPMA Board Positions

WVPMA Board Members

President: Julie Rodenberg
Past President: Tina Euteneier
Secretary: Jennifer Kettleson

Treasurer: Patti McFarland
Membership Chair: Laura Oldenhoff
Convention Chair: Lyn Schuh

WVPMA Board Members

Pictured from left: President Elect - Sonja Barker, President - Julie Rodenberg, Past President - Tina Euteneier, Membership Chair - Laura Oldenhoff, Treasurer - Patti McFarland, Secretary - Jennifer Kettleson

Board Positions Defined:

President: The President board position is a one (1) year term. The responsibilities and timeframe for completion of the WVPMA President are: read more...

Past President: The Past-President board position is a one (1) year term. read more...

President Elect: The President-Elect board position is a one (1) year term. read more...

Secretary: The Secretary officer position is a two (2) year term. The secretary will be elected on the even calendar year. Responsibilities of this officer position: read more...

Treasurer: The Treasurer board position is a two (2) year term. The treasurer will be elected on the odd calendar year. Responsibilities of the WVPMA treasurer are as follows: read more...

Membership Chair: The Membership Chair board position is a two (2) year term and is elected on the even calendar year. Responsibilities of the WVPMA Membership Chair are as follows: read more...

Convention Chair: The Convention Chairperson is a member of the Executive Board and is appointed by a majority vote of the President, Past-President, Secretary, Treasurer and President-Elect. The Convention Chair has no set term limit. Responsibilities of the WVPMA Convention Chair are as follows: read more...

Who Manages Your Practice?

As you well know, the rapid pace in which the veterinary profession is changing requires devoted attention to detail in order to succeed. Today's practice owner does not always have the time to maintain, promote and enhance the evolution of the practice. As a result, a practice manager is enlisted to take on the responsibility of managing the practice.

The position of veterinary practice manager is typically filled by promoting from within the practice or by hiring a qualified individual. This person will take on a variety of responsibilities from human resource management and organizational leadership to practice budgeting and financial management.

Veterinary Practice Managers