Board of Directors

A Dedicated Profession

All governance of TVMA is provided by volunteer leaders chosen each year by the members of the association. Unlike TVMA staff and unlike their counterparts in private business, our leaders do not get paid for their time and effort. They are dedicated veterinarians who give many hours and much energy each year to the governance, management and operations of TVMA out of duty and devotion to their profession. The Board of Directors serves as the legislative arm of TVMA

Special Election for North Texas District

Nominations for the North Texas District (Archer, Baylor, Clay, Cooke, Fisher, Foard, Grayson, Hardeman, Haskell, Jack, Jones, Knox, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, Shackelford, Stephens, Throckmorton, Wichita, Wilbarger, Wise and Young counties) are due in the TVMA office on or before July 31, 2019. In the event there is only one nominee, that nominee will be automatically elected into the position. If the election is contested, ballots will be sent to the district and the election process will determine the director no later than September 4. Candidates should be prepared to attend the Board of Directors meetings on Thursday, September 26, and Friday, September 27, in San Antonio, if elected.

Click HERE to download special election nomination form.

2020 Director Nominations Opening Soon

Why you should consider serving on the Board:

  1. Be a voice for your profession – Through your role as an advocate you will have an opportunity to represent the interests of veterinarians as new laws and regulations are brought before your profession.
  2. Develop/enhance leadership skills – Grasp the opportunity to build consensus among a group, provide direction and influence decisions.
  3. Grow professionally – Connect with colleagues and build professional relationships with talented and knowledgeable members of the profession.

Geographic Districts

  1. Panhandle
  2. South Plains
  3. North Texas
  4. Tarrant County
  5. Dallas County
  6. Northeast Texas
  7. East Texas
  8. North Central Teas
  9. Balcones Cross Timbers
  10. Permian Basin
  11. West Texas
  12. South Texas
  13. Bexar County
  14. Central Texas
  15. Brazos Valley
  16. Harris County
  17. Gulf Coast
  18. Coastal Plains
  19. Valley

Balcones Cross Timbers

Bud Alldredge, Jr., DVM

Bexar County

Joanna Hughes, DVM

Brazos County

Kyle Bostick, DVM

Central Texas

Hunter Bowen, DVM

Coastal Plains

Roger Pigott, DVM

Dallas County

Geoff Bratton, DVM

East Texas

John Bulovas, DVM

Gulf Coast

Amy Vogt, DVM

Harris County

Stephen Chmaitelli, DVM

North Central Texas

Harold Ray Emerson, DVM

North Texas

TBD

Northeast Texas

Larry Kimberlin, DVM

Panhandle

Kynan Sturgess, DVM

Permian Basin

John Russell, DVM

South Plains

Timothy Polk, DVM

South Texas

Sandra Leyendecker, DVM

Tarrant County

Ronald A. Lott, DVM

Valley

Whitney Keller, DVM

West Texas

Lauren Boyer, DVM

Bovine/Large Animal

Dee Ellis, DVM

Equine Practice

Jackie Rich, DVM

Shelter Medicine

Nancy Lynn Carter, DVM

At-Large

Pamela Delahoussaye, DVM
Don Ferrill, JD, DVM

Industry/Regulatory

K. Wade Burton, DVM

TAMU/Labs

TAMU-CVM Student Representative

Sidney Leidy
Kimery Hankins (Jr. Rep)

LVT

David Sessum, LVT