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Committee Chairs Committee
Callie Willingham Amstutz Scholarship
David B. Sjeklocha Animal Welfare
David N. Rethorst Beef Health Management
Elizabeth J. Parker Biological Risk Management and Preparedness
Christine B. Navarre Bylaws
Bryan D. Halteman Finance
Patrick M.R. Comyn Genomics and Genetics
Sarah Wagner Lameness
Gabe E. Middleton Membership
Juan Rodrigo Pedraza Milk Quality and Udder Health
Lee Jones Nomination
King B. Hickman Nutrition
Virginia Fajt Pharmaceuticals and Biologics
Mike D. Apley Program2017
Glenn M. Rogers Program2018
Charles T. Estill Reproduction
Allen Hodapp Student Activities
Brian K. Reed Veterinary Practice Sustainability

All committees are responsible to the Board of Directors. The Executive Vice-President shall coordinate the communication between the committees and the board as well as communication between committees. The chairperson of each committee shall be appointed by the President on the basis of recognized expertise in the area of committee interest. This Chairperson shall in turn appoint a committee with similar expertise and representing a broad range of geographical and bovine practice specialty backgrounds.

Committee members shall serve for three year terms and appointment to the committees should be staggered so that no more than 1/3 of the committee members will complete their terms each year. All committee appointments are subject to board approval. The committee chairperson will maintain that position for a 3 year term with elligibility for one reappointment at the discretion of the president with board approval. In addition the Chairperson will report to the board in person at the annual AABP conference and in writing before the spring board meeting.

A board member will serve on each committee and it is recommended that this person serve as vice-chairperson to facillitate communication between the committee and the board. The committee shall:

Study issues referred by the board.
Study issues raised by the chairperson or committee members.
Suggest and or assist with topics for the program at national and regional AABP meetings as well as the AVMA national meeting.
Reference for above information: AABP policy and procedures manual

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