National Veterinary Associates (NVA) is pleased to congratulate two NVA medical leaders on their elections to presidential roles at the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA): Dr. Sandra Faeh, Chief Veterinary Officer of NVA General Practice, will serve as the next AVMA President-Elect, and Dr. Rena Carlson, a distinguished mentor within NVA’s General Practice Mentorship program, will assume her role as current AVMA President.
“We are immensely proud to support two of NVA’s most capable leaders as they continue to serve as important advocates for the entire veterinary profession,” said Sohail Malad, President of NVA General Practice. “Both Drs. Carlson and Faeh demonstrate an unwavering commitment to promoting innovation, collaboration, and medical excellence, efforts which have positively impacted veterinarians within the NVA community and across the industry.”
Dr. Faeh’s leadership as Chief Veterinary Officer and co-creator of NVA’s General Practice Mentorship program, combined with her commitment to veterinary excellence, has made her an invaluable asset to NVA and the wider profession. Dr. Carlson, a distinguished General Practice Mentor for early-career veterinarians, champions their professional development, enabling them to reach their full potential and provide the highest-quality care. Both Drs. Faeh and Carlson have dedicated their careers to supporting veterinarians, advancing veterinary medicine, and advocating for pressing issues within the industry.