About Us

CE the way
YOU
Want it

We realize training and development options are only good investments if they are effective and engaging. This is why we have crafted a wide variety of opportunities for our members. From wet labs, to small lecture groups, round table discussions, focused training and special events.

Our continued growth for over 60 years is because we offer the type of CE program that makes a difference in your clinic’s culture & your  bottom line.

Our Volunteer Board of Directors

We are proud to have some of the best and brightest minds in the industry.

Emma
Emma
Program Director of Veterinary Technology at Seneca College.
Emma graduated from the St. Lawrence College 3 year Diploma in Animal Health Technology. Emma then completed a Masters level of qualification with the Institute of Animal Technology completing her practical work at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford University. She then went on to complete a Post Grad Certification in both Veterinary Clinic Management and Small Animal Nutrition. Emma is currently the Program Director of Veterinary Technology at Seneca College.  
Sam
Sam
Incoming President
Dr. Sam (as clients call him) has courtesy for all his clients and staff members with whom he works. He believes attending the Toronto Academy of Veterinary Medicine maintains his confidence and keeps him up to date with the many advances in medicine and surgery. https://www.vellorevillagepethospital.com/
Chris
Chris
Dr. Chris decided to volunteer with the Toronto Academy as he feels CE is an essential element with in the veterinary community. He realizes medicine and science are always advancing, improving, and changing and feels that through a well executed continuing education program practitioners can stay on top of new developments, to ensure that their patients benefit from these innovations.
Enna
Enna
Dr. Enna feels that continuing education – staying current and new treatments, techniques and developing medicine – is vital to being able to provide appropriate veterinary care. When Dr. Enna is not taking care of her patients at Don Head Village Veterinary Clinic you'll find her spending some quality time with her husband, Colin, and their 3 children, Joseph, Emma and Meredith.
Wayne
Wayne
President
The opportunity for ongoing learning has always been important to him and he enjoys attending Toronto Academy lectures because it offers a chance to meet with colleagues, chat about the management of cases and advance his skills. Dr. Wayne knows the Veterinary medical field is advancing at a rapid pace and information becomes outdated quickly. https://uvh.ca
Meredith
Meredith
Past President
Dr. Meredith grew up in the Ottawa area. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary medicine degrees from the University of Guelph and the Ontario Veterinary College. When she's not busy as the director of the Animal Hospital of Oakville and taking care of her patients she enjoys horseback riding and playing hockey. She and her husband, Philip, share their home with two cats, Ricky & Julian.
Tina
Tina
Dr. Tina graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1990. She spent 9 years in general practice prior to purchasing her first clinic in 1999. Windrush Veterinary Services joined the family of clinics in 2005 and most recently she has opened brand new clinic, Bronte Village Animal Hospital in Oakville. Dr. Tina feels fortunate to work alongside an exceptional group of people. “It makes coming to work every day not feel like work!”
Vivian
Vivian
Bio coming soon.

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