Veronica M. Muñoz is the new Chief Executive Officer of the American College of Veterinary and Internal Medicine (ACVIM), effective June 4.
During an outstanding 22-year career with the American Bar Association, Muñoz most recently served as Director of the Section of Litigation, the ABA’s largest specialty division with more than 50,000 members. Previously, she was Director of the ABA’s Commission on Women in the Profession.
The AAOF Executive Director search was led by Tuft President Jill Christie.
“Veronica’s strong experience with the ABA, particularly her successful direction of the litigation section, showed us an impressive track record of strategic, operational, and member-focused accomplishments at a major membership organization. Veronica brings high-level management expertise to the ACVIM, along with a can-do commitment to serve veterinary specialists and promote our profession. With our strong central office team, Veronica will lead the College forward with strategic innovations that are relevant and responsive to our members’ needs,” says Ellen Behrend, VMD, PhD, DACVIM, Chair of ACVIM’s Board of Regents, and Joezy Griffin Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University.
“I’m honored to be chosen to lead the ACVIM to future success. This is the premier organization for veterinary internal medicine specialists, and I look forward to working with visionary leaders and our talented staff to ensure that we continue to address the diverse needs of members and industry participants,” says Muñoz.
Based in Greenwood Village, Colorado, the ACVIM is the certifying organization for veterinary specialists in cardiology, large animal internal medicine, neurology, oncology, and small animal internal medicine, and serves more than 2,600 members. Learn more at www.acvim.org
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