Power of 10 session held on OPD process
The first 2019 Power of 10 session was held March 12th at Hotel Indigo in Albany. Matthew Hosford, Esq. and Benjamin Neidl, Esq. from Jackson Lewis led a program called When the Office of Professional Discipline Comes Knocking on Your Door explaining the process and the laws when complaints are filed against veterinarians. Power of 10 members then sat in on the Committee for Leadership Advancement meeting and the following day they were invited to observe the first Board meeting of the year.
This year’s Power of Ten is a full class of 10! The next session will be held in April discussing restructuring student debt and financial planning. The Power of 10 is a national initiative designed to cultivate leadership capacity in members who have graduated 15 years or less from veterinary school and provide learning experiences that will enrich the individual and benefit the individual’s practice, community and profession. There will be four programs held throughout this year on various topics.
Photo (left to right): Nicole LaMora, DVM, Maryse Osborn-Doser, DVM, Abigail Mulligan, DVM, Stephanie Wishko, DVM, Matt Hosford, Esq., Ben Neidl, Esq., Jackson Lewis, Megan Knoell, DVM, Roxanne Suarez, DVM, Rebecca Henderson, DVM, Lisette Lewis, DVM, Alayana Rust, DVM and Monica Sterk, DVM.