I'm known for being positive, energetic, and having only two speeds–high and off. I’m also known for telling funny stories, connecting with people, and being the “weird one.”
My expertise is in practice management, but my focus is team communication and culture.
I’m known for helping practice owners and managers build cultures, teams, and successful businesses they are proud of and excited to get to every morning.
Understanding pet parent behavior (driven by general data geekery) and focus of purpose is core to who I am as a person and a speaker.
I’m a licensed psychologist and get excited about coaching and guiding others to practice being authentically hopeful in their lives.
I’m known for being able to have difficult conversations that ultimately help pinpoint important areas of opportunity for my clients.
I’m known for innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship, and leading organizations in successful change processes.
Having the ability to capture difficult situations and open up conversations around them in a safe and comfortable space. I am Emotions Girl. I’ve been told, “You help me feel normal.”
I’m most well-known for my work in diabetes management. It is not my only love, but probably my biggest love.
I turn around struggling businesses in the face of adversity.
I’m a cat person; specifically, I’m known for feline endocrinology and geriatrics, and management of cats with multiple problems.
I am known for my veterinary industry experience, particularly helping hospitals better understand their financial position and find opportunities to increase profits.
I’m known for my leadership in a variety of areas as a zoo and wildlife medicine expert, executive with Disney, and dean at a prestigious college of veterinary medicine.
My area of expertise lies in how we can make the practice of veterinary medicine a better place to be.
I’m known for customer service, communications, and practice development!
I specialize in staff training and leadership, business and entrepreneurship, pet nutrition and weight loss, and personal and professional wellbeing.