Incoming VMG President Highlights Role of Leadership in a Fast-changing World

The incoming President of the Veterinary Management Group, Richard Casey, will focus the association on developing its members’ leadership skills and confidence to ensure that their businesses thrive in a 21st century world.

Rich Casey joined the VMG Board in 2017 and took over as President from Gillian Page during SPVS-VMG Congress on 24th January 2020.  He says that the VMG will start to build an evidence base for veterinary leadership during his Presidency to inform its future plans; in addition to developing innovative educational activities and resources to meet the rapidly changing needs of veterinary practice in the 2020s.

Rich is currently Head of Clinical Development at Blue Cross.  His role includes exploring new ways to deliver sustainable veterinary services that meet the needs of pets and their owners. Before joining Blue Cross, he held a variety of roles at PDSA.

Commenting on becoming President of the VMG, he said: “Gillian was a fantastic President and the VMG grew as an association during 2019.  The challenges our industry faces are increasing as it changes more quickly than ever. I genuinely believe that any obstacles can be overcome and success achieved through strong and confident leadership so supporting our members in their quest to become more effective leaders is our biggest opportunity and our biggest challenge. It’s what made me want to join VMG in the first place.  As President, I will work with the VMG Board and Regional Organisers, as well as our industry partners, to help our members to realise their full potential and, importantly, to enjoy doing so. It will be an exciting year!

Related News

Two new graduates join VPAC 2020 cohort!

Congratulations to the two newest graduates of the VMG’s Veterinary Practice Administration Certificate! Lyanne De Sousa, Head Veterinary Nurse at Zasman Vet in Crouch End, London; and Jean McGill (pictured),…
Read more....

DEFRA responds to VMG’s concerns

Lord Gardiner of Kimble, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has responded to the VMG’s concerns regarding ongoing financial support for veterinary…
Read more....

Latest from Twitter

Updates on VMG activities, advice on managing seasonal workers, supporting team mental health, returns to work, VPAC graduations, news, CPD, jobs, and more - our September Members' Newsletter is in inboxes now! Missing out? Join us!

Load More...