Dr. Cherese Sullivan is the President of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association. Since veterinary school, Dr. Sullivan has promoted diversity, equity, and inclusion in veterinary medicine. As a student, she was the first President of National VOICE and served as Cornell's chapter President. She was also a SAVMA Delegate and Chair of the Multicultural Student Outreach Committee. Dr. Sullivan continues to mentor youth through programs such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and Black MBA Association's Leaders of Tomorrow.
Dr. Sullivan is the owner of Skyline Animal Hospital in Houston, TX. She has experience in general practice, emergency medicine, and shelter medicine. Her special interests include surgery, neurology, behavior, and exotic pets. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her twin toddlers, husband, and Golden Retriever.
Dr. Sullivan earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Cornell University in 2010. Before veterinary school, she completed a bachelors degree in animal bioscience at Penn State and a masters degree in veterinary science at Tuskegee University.
April 27th, 2022 | 48 mins 50 secs
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Lauren and JJ welcome Dr. Cherese Sullivan to the podcast to discuss the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association and the importance of diversity and inclusion in our field.