As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we are delighted to announce that Hallmarq is to be a joint headline sponsor at Veterinary Woman.
Aimed at inspiring women in the veterinary profession, the initiative will provide resources to help increase confidence, overcome challenges, and encourage leadership aspirations across the industry.
Committed to Excellence
The decision to join the initiative in supporting Veterinary Woman and its community underscores Hallmarq’s deep commitment to excellence in the veterinary profession. It is part of an exciting collaboration that sees Boehringer Ingleheim as joint sponsor. Hallmarq’s CMO, Lynn Bender, CMO said:
“As a company committed to improving the lives of animals and the people who care for them, our support of Veterinary Woman is a fitting example of this: going beyond providing great products and services, to supporting and leading the veterinary community. We are excited to share our experiences and learn from this diverse group of peers.”Lynn Bender, CMO, Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging
Hallmarq looks forward to providing ongoing support to develop impactful resources for the industry as a whole, and that help women in the veterinary profession reach their career potential, develop confidence, overcome challenges, and follow their passions. Commenting on their Sponsorship, Jenny Langridge, acting editor of Veterinary Woman, said:
We are delighted to welcome Hallmarq as joint headline sponsor and celebrate their commitment to helping women throughout the profession aspire to achieve more in all aspects of their lives – whether that is better health, improved work-life balance, or career development and stepping up to leadership.”Jenny Langridge, acting editor, Veterinary Women
In Good Company on the Editorial Board
In addition to sponsorship, Annie Makin, Hallmarq’s CCO, joins Veterinary Women’s editorial board as part of an impressive panel of representatives from across the veterinary sphere:
- Janika Parmar BVM BVS MRCVS, veterinary surgeon and representative of the British Veterinary Ethnicity and Diversity Society
- Jo Oakden RVN, veterinary nurse and president of the British Veterinary Nursing Association
- Jo Woods, leadership and development coach, and founder of Shine Coaching
- Kay Watson-Bray, co-founder of the British Veterinary Receptionist Association
- Liz Barton MA VetMB MRCVS, veterinary surgeon, and head of communications at VetCT
- Lynne Gaskarth BVSc CertSAM MRCVS, advanced practitioner in small animal medicine and practice director
- Annie Makin, chief customer officer at Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging
- Jemima Mead, marketing lead at Boehringer Ingelheim
Proud to be part of this dynamic group, Annie said:
“The ethos behind Veterinary Woman echoes everything that I believe in personally and mirrors the inclusive and supportive environment that we live and breathe at Hallmarq. We must remember that inclusivity is, by definition, for all, and work to engage both men and women in the same conversations.”Annie Makin, CCO, Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging
There’s a busy year ahead for 2022 as Veterinary Woman plans to explore themes important to their community, such as imposter syndrome, lone worker safety, flexible working and thriving in leadership. The editorial board has been specifically chosen to aid that direction and to maximise its reach on the veterinary community.
Claire Newton-Ransom, editor of Veterinary Woman, commented:
We admire Hallmarq for its impressive commitment to animal welfare and clinical excellence, and share the vision of improving standards across the industry, and for the people who care for animals. The team and Veterinary Woman and I look forward to this exciting collaboration.”Claire Newton-Ransom, editor, Veterinary Woman
Everyone in the profession and related industries is invited to join the conversation and be part of this vibrant community. Find out more at Veterinary Woman