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ACT Committees

Current committee members are listed below. 

Click here for information on the Exam Committee

Click here for information on the Training/Credentialing Committee

Click here for information on the Scientific Abstract Committee

Exam Committee:

Dr. Jack Smith (ACT Secretary- 3 yr term) 2019
Dr. Michelle Kutzler (Past Chair - 1 year remaining) 2018 
Dr. Carlos Risco (Chair - 2 years remaining) 2019 
Dr. Patricia Sertich (3 years remaining) 2020 
Dr. Brian Whitlock (4 years remaining) 2021
Dr. Julie Cecere (5 years remaining) 2022
Dr. Ahmed Tibary (6 years remaining) 2023

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Scientific Information / Abstract Committee:

Dr. Maria Soledad Ferrer (Past Chair)
Dr. Carlos Pinto (Chair)
Dr. Julie Gard
Dr. Juan Romano
Dr. Camilla Scott
Dr. Jeanine Woods

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Nominating Committee:

Dr. John Kastelic (Chair)
Dr. Richard Hopper
Dr. Cathy Gartley
Dr. Margo Macpherson 

Awards Nominating Committee (2018)

Dr. Reed Holyoak (Chair)
Dr. Ana Adams
Dr. Leo Brito
Dr. Kara Kolster
Dr. Carlos Pinto
Dr. Kendra Rock
Dr. Juan Romano

Awards Nominating Committee (2019)

Dr. Richard Hopper (Chair)
Dr. Aime Johnson
Dr. Kara Kolster
Dr. Peter Morrow
Dr. Carlos Pinto
Dr. Phil Prater
Dr. Lew Strickland

Training/Credentialing Committee:

Dr. Etta Bradecamp (Past Chair)
Dr. Ram Kasimanickam (past ACT president – 1 year term)
Dr. C. Scott Bailey (2018 Chair) 
Dr. Cindy O’Connor (2019 Chair) 
Dr. Todd Anderson (2020 Chair)
Dr. Chance Armstrong (2021 Chair)
Dr. Lynda Miller (2022 Chair)

Appeals Committee:

Dr. Ram Kasimanickam (Chair)
Dr. Walter Johnson
Dr. Kara Kolster
Dr. Karen Wolfsdorf

Mission Statement

The mission of the ACT is to promote animal well-being, reproductive health, responsible breeding and genetic practices, and efficient management of breeding-age animals in agriculture, veterinary practice, zoos, preserves, and ecosystems. In particular, the ACT envisions development of focus areas in theriogenology to incorporate the following in theriogenology/reproductive medicine:

1. Population control for domestic and non-domestic animals including feral animals, free-ranging and captive wildlife.

2. Genomics in livestock and companion animal practice.

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