“The Power Ten helps foster a sense of community among young veterinarians in the program while developing skills in leadership, communication, and business,” said 2019-2021 Mentor and 2018 Power of 10 program graduate, Julie Buford, DVM.
Ten participants will be selected from the applicant pool to participate in the Power of Ten leadership academy. Participants will join a network of peers in a series of learning experiences that commences each year during the Music City Veterinary Conference and continues throughout the year.
Power of Ten is a pathway to help recent graduates answer questions like:
We anticipate that the Power of Ten class will also create a sense of community and participants will likely build lasting bonds with other members of the leadership academy class.
In-person learning experiences are scheduled to minimize the impact on working hours – and the entire program is designed to garner support from practice owners who recognize their key responsibility in developing human resources. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in a listserv, webinars, and other special offerings exclusive to the Power of Ten.
*This program is intended for veterinarians who graduated within the last ten years; other candidates may be considered based on their level of interest.
Through the Power of Ten, participants will:
Dr. Hannah Lanter is a 2018 graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. She is originally from Southern Illinois and attended Murray State University in Kentucky for her undergraduate degree. Since graduation, Dr. Hannah has worked in both mixed and small animal general practice; She currently practices small animal medicine at Pet Vet in Franklin, TN. In her free time, Hannah loves riding her horse, Rudy (who she has had since she was in 8th grade!), creating wheel thrown pottery, and participating in outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking. Hannah is rarely seen without her wonderful dog, Delilah, and also has a playful cat named Nellie. Dr. Hannah is particularly passionate about certain areas of veterinary medicine such as leadership, client communication, and mental health. She will be a 2022 Power of Ten Leadership Academy graduate. Hannah is grateful to have had the opportunity to participate in the TVMA Power of 10 to strengthen her skills and knowledge, and to get more involved in the TVMA community.
Dr. Paige Underwood graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2021. She is currently practicing small animal medicine in Memphis, TN. Dr. Underwood’s professional interests include soft tissue surgery and dentistry. In her free time, she enjoys all things outdoors, fitness, traveling, reading, and spending time with her English Bulldog, Butter. Dr. Paige Underwood will be a 2022 Power of Ten Leadership Academy graduate.
Contact Staci Corder at 931.438.0070 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.