National Association for Black Veterinarians: The National Association for Black Veterinarians will work collectively toward a more diverse and inclusive profession for both current and future Black veterinarians.
AAVMC Diversity: The AAVMC affirms the value of diversity within the veterinary medical profession. The membership is committed to incorporating that belief in its actions by advocating the recruitment and retention of underrepresented persons as students and faculty and ultimately fostering their success in veterinary medicine.
Veterinarians as One Inclusive Community for Empowerment (VOICE): Veterinarians as One Inclusive Community for Empowerment is a veterinary student-run national organization supporting veterinary school chapters with funding and mentorship.
Broad Spectrum Veterinary: Broad Spectrum Veterinary Student Association’s mission is to connect, support and empower community for LGBT+* students and allies across veterinary education.
Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA): Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association's mission is to promote racial and ethnic diversity, and cultural competency within the veterinary profession so as to better serve a diverse, multicultural society.
Natives at Penn: Formerly known as Six Directions, Natives at Penn is a student-run organization that creates awareness of Native culture, history, and contemporary issues, and enhances the visibility of Native students. Learn more about Natives at Penn...
Native American Veterinary Association (NAVA): The organization was founded in March of 2017 with the purpose of building a network of support for Native American veterinary professionals and to encourage Native American students to follow the path to this wonderful profession. Our goals include increasing the membership of Native American veterinary professionals and other non-native affiliates who share interest in our mission. We in NAVA are excited to hear the voices of fellow Native people in the veterinary community and to share our challenges as well as our triumphs. Contact email@example.com for more information.
North Carolina Association of Minority Veterinarians (NCAMV): supports minority veterinarians throughout the region with networking and funding.
BlackDVM Network: BlackDVM Network is a community to empower and support Black veterinary professionals (students, doctors, nurses, assistants).
PrideVMC: PrideVMC prioritizes creating a better world for the LGBTQ+ veterinary community.