Live & In-Person
Noblesville, IN
Feb. 1-3, 2024
20 CE Hours
Dr. Addie Reinhard
DVM, MS Founder & CEO of MentorVet
Thursday, Feb. 1 - 7:00PM
Keynote Speaker
Sponsored by: Indiana Animal Health Foundation
The Evolution of Veterinary Mentorship The traditional definition of mentorship within the veterinary profession is getting support and guidance. With growing demands for recruitment and retention as well as the mental health challenges the profession is facing, we must evolve to meet the current needs of today's veterinary professionals. In this seminar, we will discuss how mentorship is evolving in the veterinary industry so you can consider providing intentional structures for mentorship for all veterinary professionals at every career stage.

Dr. Addie Reinhard is an experienced companion animal veterinarian. She graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and currently practices in the central Kentucky region. She has special interests in client communication, preventative care, dermatology, and creating helpful educational resources for pet parents. She lives in Lexington, KY with her husband, a greyhound, and four cats.

Master of Science
Major in Community and Leadership Development, University of Kentucky, 2019-2021
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2011-2015
Bachelor of Science in Biology East Tennessee State University, 2008-2011

Current Work
– Founder and Director of MentorVet
– Veterinary Wellbeing Researcher
– Small Animal Relief Veterinarian

Previous Work
– Veterinarian at Barnes Mill Animal Hospital for 3 years
– Associate Veterinarian at Village Animal Hospital LLC for 1 year

Notable Past and Current Clients
Alpha Paw
Boston Terrier Society