ACVIM Names Certified Association Executive As CEO

Roberta Herman has been named the CEO of the ACVIM.

Roberta Herman is ACVIM's new CEO.

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Board of Regents selected Roberta Herman, CAE, as its CEO, the board reported today.

Herman most recently served as the executive vice president of the Colorado Restaurant Association. She holds an MBA from the University of Denver and CAE designation from the American Society of Association Executives. She was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Colorado Society of Association Executives.

“Roberta’s extensive experience made her an ideal candidate to lead the ACVIM in the ever-changing and challenging environment of veterinary medicine,” said ACVIM president Leah Cohn, DVM, Ph.D., DACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine).

The board conducted a nationwide search and selection process to fill the position over the past three months.

“Roberta is a wonderful hire as ACVIM’s CEO because she has a proven track record of value-based leadership in mission-driven membership organizations,” Cohn said. “She has the skills, experience, passion and commitment to advance ACVIM. We have found a wonderful advocate for our organization in Roberta.”

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