VHMA Announces August 2022 CVPM Class


Nearly 30 veterinary management professionals have recently received this prestigious title

The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association announced earlier this week that 27 veterinary management professionals earned their Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) designation in August 2022.

CVPM is a voluntary degree that is recognized as a sign of professional achievement as well as excellence. According to a statement from the organization,1 the CVPM designation is awarded to professionals with the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully manage practices.

The CVPM promotion of August 2022 is composed of1:

  • Tabitha A. Arenson
  • Robert Becker Jr.
  • Marguerite Boyce
  • Jillian Brecklin
  • Laressa Cruz Dimalanta
  • Jillian Embry Dixon
  • Emily Alixandra Grimstead
  • Crystal Hardison
  • Laura Hills
  • Randi M. Horton
  • Courtney Hubrecht
  • Samantha Johnsonbaugh
  • Michelle Kiousis Wright
  • Michayla R. Lobb
  • Kathleen Lynis
  • Nicole R. Martin
  • Maribel Martinez
  • Katlin Myers
  • Jessica Santos
  • Cassie Ariel Sizemore
  • Diana Smith
  • Jennifer A. Lewando-Sutton
  • Aubrey Tennyson
  • Colleen Adare Whiting
  • Nati Wiggins
  • Jeanne S. Williams
  • Lori Wood

In order to take the exam to receive the CVPM designation, interested individuals must meet the practice management experience requirements and demonstrate that they have acquired sufficient formal training and continuing credits. The exam then tests knowledge of human resource management, marketing, practice organization, finance, law, and ethics and is available electronically across North America for candidates. registered.


Thirty veterinary practice managers obtain the prestigious CVPM designation. Press release. Association of Veterinary Hospital Directors. September 15, 2022. Accessed September 16, 2022.


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