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WVPMA President

The President of the Executive Board of the WVPMA is a one (1) year term, with a three-year commitment (president-elect, president, past-president).

This position is responsible for creating the following documents:

  • President’s Message”
    - Distribute to membership at beginning of term, prior to first meeting
    - This message will also be posted on the WVPMA website and used for Convention publications
  • WVPMA Meeting Announcements
    - Distribute to members at least three (3) weeks prior to meetings
  • Board Meeting Agendas
    - Distribute to Executive Board at least one (1) week prior to meetings
  • Member Meeting Agendas
    - Distribute to membership at least one (1) week prior to meetings

This position also performs the following duties:

  • Chairs and moderates all meetings
  • Supports all other Executive Board positions and assists with convention duties, as needed

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