MCVMA Projects

Learn more about the projects and work we have done!
Learn more about the projects and work we have done!


View the MCVMA’s projects below.

“The First but Not The Last”
The stories of Black individuals in veterinary medicine are ones that need telling. The remarkable sacrifices made by the ‘firsts’ in the field often remain untold. While barriers persist for Black veterinarians and aspiring veterinary professionals today, it is important that we tell the stories of those who came before, not only to honor their legacy but to guide the generations that follow their footsteps.

Unicorns: BIPOC Women Leaders in Veterinary Medicine. On Thursday March 25th 2021, the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA) collaborated with the Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI) to bring an exciting panel of BIPOC women who have broken all the barriers to excel in some of the least diverse fields in veterinary medicine. Over 100 participants joined us from 37 US States and from 19 different countries!! In this recording you will hear the raw and powerful stories of 4 amazing women who have paved the way for so many young aspiring BIPOC veterinary professionals after them.