Every day, veterinary nurses/technicians make a positive impact on their clients, patients, coworkers, and greater community. But the stories behind each and every one of these professionals are often overlooked due to the selfless nature of working in veterinary medicine. Today’s Veterinary Nurse aims to shine a light on some of these stories with its Clinic Champions series. Each issue, TVN and Midmark will honor a veterinary nurse for their contributions in community service, scholarship, advocacy, or innovation. This series will highlight unsung heroes who make a lasting impact on their patients and community. At the end of the year, 1 of the 4 honorees will be recognized as the Clinic Champion of the Year. This individual will receive a trip to VMX 2023 in Orlando, Florida, including registration, hotel, and airfare.
To nominate a veterinary nurse/technician, click here.
Congratulations to Windi Wojdak, the 2022 Clinic Champion of the Year
Today’s Veterinary Nurse (TVN) and Midmark honor Windi Wojdak, RVT, as the 2022 Clinic Champion of the Year for her tireless work in animal welfare, expanding access to care in underserved communities, and advancement of the veterinary nursing profession.
Meet the 2022 Clinic Champions finalists below:
• Cholette Ness
Cholette Ness has lived a life of service for others and their pets. From Mexico to St. Croix to Seattle, Washington, Ness has given her abilities and time to those in need.
• Pam Dickens
From pet therapy in local hospitals to spay/neuter clinics abroad, Pam Dickens brings her passion for helping pets and people everywhere she runs.
• Windi Wojdak
• Shaelyn St. Onge-Cole