AVMA News

American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine – July 30, 2022


Published: 26 September 2022


 

Event

Annual diplomate meeting, July 30, Philadelphia

Awards

Dr. Steneroden
Dr. Katie Steneroden

Helwig-Jennings Award
Dr. Katie Steneroden (Minnesota ’98), Fort Collins, Colorado, for outstanding and prolonged service to the ACVPM. Dr. Steneroden serves as the lead public health veterinarian at the Center for Food Security and Public Health at Iowa State University. She is a diplomate of the ACVPM.

Dr. Galland
Dr. G. Gale Galland

Distinguished Diplomate Award
Dr. G. Gale Galland (Georgia ’86), St. Simons Island, Georgia, for significant contributions to the specialty of veterinary preventive medicine. Dr. Galland serves as zoonoses team lead at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, where she has worked for more than 30 years. She is a diplomate of the ACVPM.

New diplomates

Jennifer N. Abi Younes, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Alecia E. Agner, Clarksville, Tennessee
Nicholas Anderson, DuPont, Washington
Babafela Awosile, Amarillo, Texas
Alyssa H. Balzer, Perrysburg, Ohio
Adrienne E. Barrett, Misawa, Japan
Kelly A. Black, Midlothian, Texas
Heather Bopes, Ankeny, Iowa
Lara Brennecke, San Antonio
Hendrik Camphor, Sydney
Sarah Capik, Amarillo, Texas
Anik C. Chavez, North Augusta, South Carolina
Kenneth B. Collins, El Dorado Springs, Missouri
Caitlin Cossaboom, Atlanta
Brandy Darby, Richmond, Virginia
Toria Davis-Foster, Phoenix
Nicola Di Girolamo, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Eric Dombou, Harker Heights, Texas
Gabrial Eddings, Riverdale, Maryland
Rebecca L. Eschmann, Amarillo, Texas
Robert Fathke, Loveland, Colorado
Kaitlin Foley, Pinehurst, North Carolina
Ian D. Frye, Gilbert, Arizona
Jessica Glomb, Wabash, Indiana
Valerie R. Goeman, Orono, Maine
Vanessa Grunkemeyer, Durham, New Hampshire
Sierra R. Guynn, Blacksburg, Virginia
Bradley D. Heins, Watkinsville, Georgia
Julia A. Herman, Windsor, Colorado
Mitchell R. Hiscocks, Madrid, Iowa
Maria-Richetta C. Hopkins, Washington, D.C.
Theresa House, Lutz, Florida
Laura Huber, Opelika, Alabama
Peony Kim, Lake Forest, California
Troy A. Laidlow, Fitzgibbon, Australia
Kimberly Lehman, State Center, Iowa
Mary McLean, Baumholder, Germany
Janice Mladonicky, Edina, Minnesota
Jessica D. Monday, Amarillo, Texas
Petra D. Mottishaw, Santa Cruz, California
Jennifer Munhofen, Fayetteville, North Carolina
Sylvia Murphy, Atlanta
Walter Orth, Magnolia, Delaware
Richard Pereira, Woodland, California
Elyse K. Persico, Virginia Beach, Virginia
Alice Porto, San Diego
Elizabeth M. Punger, Frederick, Maryland
Daniela Roberts, Live Oak, Texas
Jennifer Scaccianoce, Ames, Iowa
Mary K. Smith, Clinton, Connecticut
Dawn M. Spangler, Harrogate, Tennessee
Dharati Szymanski, Clarendon Hills, Illinois
Melissa A. Teague, Hagerstown, Maryland
Amy T. Thalacker, Aiken, South Carolina
Merideth Van Wick, Wheatland, Wyoming

Officials

Dr. Jones
Dr. Barbara L. Jones

Drs. Barbara L. Jones, Durham, New Hampshire, president; Kristen Voehl, Milton, Massachusetts, president-elect; Thomas Doker, Aiken, South Carolina, secretary-treasurer; Thomas Berg, Richland, Michigan, executive vice president; Richard E. Hill Jr., Ames, Iowa, immediate past president; Sean Altekruse, Bethesda, Maryland, president of the specialty in epidemiology; Suzanne R. Todd, Erie, Pennsylvania, Veterinary Specialty Organization Committee representative; and councilors—Drs. Will Sander, Savoy, Illinois; Danielle Stanek, Tallahassee, Florida, and Jennifer Boonstra, Rockford, Illinois