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Megan White

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Volunteer, VETS Program

Megan White has volunteered with Veterinarians Without Borders North America since 2017, spending time in Kenya and Tanzania focusing on educating and building capacity for farmers in the area of dairy cattle health. She holds a diploma in Animal Health Technology and a B.Sc. in Agricultural Studies, and currently works at the Calgary Stampede, running a youth education program focused on sustainable agriculture. 

"I am passionate about the work that Vets Without Borders does because it focuses on education and empowerment of farmers, particularly women and youth, leading to self-sufficiency. I believe that education and training are the most powerful tools we can help equip farmers with. I have seen the impact of this work over the years, and am excited to get to play a role in it again!" - Megan

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