Episode 33

Raise Your VOICE: Speaking Up for Diversity

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By now we know that the veterinary profession is arguably one of the least diverse fields in the nation. Students and faculty at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine are working hard to change that through student-run affinity groups, but the road ahead is long and difficult.

In today’s episode, we sit down with student leaders of the OSU chapter of VOICE to learn how the organization supports minority groups that have historically been overlooked and underrepresented. They share why diversity is so important, discuss the delicate process of responding to and reversing racism, and offer ways YOU can have a positive impact on the profession—now and in the future.


Episode Guests

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Anna Cote

Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in zoology from Ohio State and will earn her DVM in 2024. She will serve as the president of OSU’s chapter of VOICE in the 2021-22 academic year.
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Daniella Guzman

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A member of the OSU CVM Class of 2022, Daniella is pursuing a career in zoological medicine. She holds a master’s in economics.
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