The Association of Asian Veterinary Medical Professionals (AAVMP) "aims to create a community for Asian veterinary professionals and to establish a veterinary field that reflects the diverse communities that we serve."
The BlackDVM Network is a "community for Black veterinary professionals to grow, connect, and advance veterinary medicine."
The Latinx Veterinary Medical Association (Latinx VMA) is a community of Latinx veterinarians, veterinary professionals, students, and allies "empower[ing] Latinx/Hispanic professionals in veterinary medicine" and "creat[ing] a veterinary community that is representative of our society in order to make veterinary care more accessible to the Latinx community."
The Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA) is a non-profit organization seeking to address the lack of diversity in veterinary medicine through "foster[ing] a community of veterinary professionals from diverse backgrounds and cultures to create a mutual support network for our members."
The National Association for Black Veterinarians (NABV) is an organization aiming to "build a network of inidividuals and organizations that advocates for Blacks in veterinary medicine at every level and profession." The NABV provides leadership and professional development opportunities, outreach programs, and publications.
The Pride Veterinary Medical Community (PrideVMC), and its student-run arm Pride Student Veterinary Medical Community (PrideSVMC), are organizations aiming to "create a better world for the LGBTQ+ veterinary community" by advocating for LGBT inclusion and diversity, empowering students through leadership development and mentorship, and offering outreach programs.
Vets of all Colors is an organization bringing diversity to the field of veterinary medicine by enaging in youth educational outreach.
Veterinarians as One for an Inclusive Community for Empowerment (VOICE) "is a student-run organization that seeks to increase awareness, respect, and sensitivity to differences among all individuals and communities in the field of veterinary medicine. VOICE also aims to celebrate diversity within our profession, to encourage campus environments that embrace diversity and promote the success of all students, and to emphasize the importance of cross-cultural awareness in veterinary medicine in order to meet the needs of our diversifying clientele. Lastly, in order to ensure a more diverse future for veterinary medicine, VOICE chapters provide leadership and mentorship to youth, particularly those from underrepresented backgrounds, who are interested in careers as veterinarians."
The Women's Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI) aims to "inspire and empower veterinary leaders to harness diversity and equity by creating an inclusive professional community" by "supporting women and allies seeking leadership positions, provideing professional development and educational content, developing student leaders, and engaging in social media discussion."