CAWA: Those four little letters mean a lot. When you see CAWA after someone’s name, it means they have distinguished their skills in an already demanding field and are committed to high standards and ethical practice in animal welfare—and that they’ve studied for and passed a very comprehensive exam.
This dynamic CVT shares thoughts on the veterinary shortage, how she’s helping to recruit the next generation of veterinary professionals, and two of her favorite motivational quotes. (Teaser: One’s from Ricky Bobby) Name: Dani Eberhart, CVTMember of The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement since: 2020Title & Organization: Veterinary Assisting Instructor, Western Maricopa Education Center Q&A with Dani Eberhart, CVT The Association: Describe yourself in 3 words.
Welcome to Tip of the Week! Every Monday, we’ll be passing along tools, time-savers, and just-plain-genius ideas that your colleagues and members of the Association have suggested and tested. If you’ve got a helpful how-to that’s easy to grok and even easier to implement, leave a comment and tell us all about it.
We’re so psyched for next Thursday’s Roundtable, Building Stronger Communities for Pets and People, that we caught up with Cori Menkin Herbig, one of the presenters, for a sneak peek of what to expect. Cori shared more about her work as Director of U.
Did you know you The Association has a vibrant Career Center, where you can look for and post new opportunities? Here’s a sample of the latest listings this summer. Resource Center Associate, San Diego Humane SocietySan Diego, CA/Remote This position serves as the typical first point of contact for callers, and is responsible for ensuring the guest experience is exceptionally positive and professional.
As the Director and Chief Animal Control Officer at Tennessee’s Maury County Animal Services, Jack Cooper knows that a staff that jogs together, saves lives together. Read on as this four-time Ironman shares some of the most impactful changes he and his team have made in the last few years.
The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement is happening in New Orleans this November 17-19. In person! In real time! What could be a better way to connect with your colleagues? We hope you will join us, and we strongly recommend you book your flights SOON to avoid the holiday traffic rush and get the best prices and options.
Catch this convo that covers everything from taking the CAWA exam and chatty, feathered dinosaurs to the advanced surgical feats that shelter veterinarians are undertaking these days. Name: Cate McManus, VMD, MPH, DACVPM, CAWAMember of The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement since: 2012Title & Organization(s): Veterinarian, A.