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Welcome  ACVP, Our Newest Association Partner

Welcome ACVP, Our Newest Association Partner

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We’re pleased to announce that ֱ has been selected as the new management partner for the (ACVP). We began providing management services to ACVP on October 1, 2021.

Founded in 1949, ACVP is the oldest veterinary specialty organization recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Its membership includes more than 2,000 board-certified scientists who have been setting the standard of practice for veterinary pathology for the past 72 years. Dedicated to furthering scientific knowledge, education, and training, the ACVP publishes the peer-reviewed journal Veterinary Pathology and holds a renowned scientific meeting annually.  

“We’re excited to welcome ACVP to ֱ,” says ֱ CEO Steve Smith. “ACVP has been on the forefront of the science and practice of veterinary pathology, and we are proud to be a strategic partner to them as they look to expand their reach and advance their organization to the next level.”

Sarah Bilissis will serve as ACVP’s executive director. A forward-focused executive at ֱ, Bilissis brings more than 25 years of experience in strategic operational management and building trusted partnerships with association boards to the role.

With this new partnership, ACVP becomes ֱ’s 23rd healthcare and scientific association partner.

ֱ Association Management Center (ֱ)

ֱ is a trusted partner to 27 leading healthcare, scientific, and professional associations. With a staff of more than 175 association professionals, we provide strategic guidance to boards and volunteers and oversee day-to-day operations, making it possible for our association partners to thrive and achieve their goals.

ֱ the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP)

With a mission to promote excellence in veterinary pathology in order to protect and improve animal and human health, the ACVP includes more than 2,000 board-certified scientists from diverse settings including academia, diagnostic labs, industry, and state and federal government agencies. To learn more, visit .

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