Entering my fourth-year of veterinary school I feel the dread wash over me, “Am I going to make a good doctor?” Or even worse the imposter syndrome starts creeping in, “Am I good enough to even be here?” Once I take a deep breath, I realize how far I have come not only as a […]
Fourth-Year, Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary school has given Kyndel more than she could have possibly imagined – a sense of belonging, true purpose, confidence, lifelong friends, and a lot of medical knowledge. She believes time in veterinary school should not be rushed but enjoyed full heartedly. One gets what one puts into education. With a passion for speaking about the issues that students and professionals face in the veterinary field, Kyndel became a SAVMA delegate and has gone on to become the current SAVMA executive board Editor-in-Chief. These positions allow Kyndel to nationally represent her university and veterinary students in the hopes of making a real difference. Kyndel hopes to provide unique insight into the world of SAVMA and bring more attention to the importance and necessity of the wellness movement.