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Renee Stake

Renee Stake joined the AAVMC staff in November 2020 as the Executive Assistant and Program Manager.  In this role, she works closely with the senior leadership team on various initiatives and serves as the administrative staff liaison to the Board of Directors. Previously, Renee worked at U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) in their Meeting and Travel Services […]

Ms. Kylie Watson

Ms. Kylie Watson is a first-year veterinary student at Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM).  She is the Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) Junior Delegate for LMU CVM and the AAVMC Student Liaison for the Educational and Professional Development Committee within SAVMA. At LMU CVM, she serves in leadership roles throughout campus, […]

Ms. Leslie Wilson

Leslie Wilson is Program Manager for the AAVMC. She is a seasoned meeting planner with over 10 years of experience planning and coordinating event logistics, developing and managing budgets and building and maintaining relationships with vendors and facilities. Before joining the AAVMC, she served as a contracted Strategic Event Planner with the Office for Victims […]

Ms. Kendall Young

Kendall Young joined the AAVMC in March 2017 as a data analyst. She is primarily responsible for assisting with data management for the AAVMC’s institutional research and diversity portfolio and works on implementing programming related to admissions, recruiting and diversity. Previously, she worked as program manager for access, diversity and inclusion with the American Dental […]

Mr. Mark Stodter

Mark Stodter joined the AAVMC in 2009 as a contractor and began working as a full-time Accounting Manager in 2010. In that role, he maintains all accounting records, payroll and financial reporting for the association. Previously, he worked in the private sector as an accounting professional in the telecommunications, manufacturing and retail industries. Mark is a […]

Ms. Makenzie Peterson

Makenzie Peterson serves as the AAVMC’s first Director for Wellbeing. She brings a systems-oriented, community-wide perspective to the task of developing and implementing programs that promote wellbeing at AAVMC member institutions. As a public health professional, Peterson’s expertise is in the development of community-wide programming that complements individual clinical counseling efforts to improve overall wellbeing. […]

Dr. Ted Mashima

Dr. Ted Y. Mashima joined the AAVMC in 2008 and serves as the Senior Director for Academic and Research Affairs. In that role, he provides staff support for the following AAVMC Committees and Subcommittees: Academic Affairs, Research, One Health, Veterinary Educator Collaborative, and Primary Care Veterinary Educators. He also provides leadership and support for several […]

Ms. Jeanne Johnson

Communication consultant Jeanne Johnson began working for the AAVMC as a contractor in 2011. Her award-winning communications experience includes working across a wide variety of platforms, including print, video, radio and social media. Over the course of 20 years, she’s created, managed and implemented communications for education (Johns Hopkins, Radford and Averett Universities), medicine (AAVMC […]

Dr. Lisa Greenhill

Dr. Lisa M. Greenhill originally joined the AAVMC in 1996 and has worked for the association on three separate occasions. Most recently, she joined the AAVMC in 2004 as the Associate Executive Director for Institutional Research and Diversity before becoming Senior Director for Institutional Research and Diversity. Her work primarily focuses on the ongoing development and […]

Ms. Dorothy Gray

Chief Operating Office Dorothy (Dotty) Gray joined the AAVMC in 2012. Prior to coming to the AAVMC, she managed the day-to-day operations at AVMA’s Washington, DC office for 17 years. Dotty received a bachelor’s degree from Bennett College for Women, in Greensboro, N.C. After graduating from Bennett, Dotty worked as a staff assistant in the U.S. House of […]