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Veterinary Woman

English, Finance, 2 seasons, 13 episodes, 7 hours, 11 minutes
Veterinary Woman wants to inspire you and help you to develop the confidence to overcome challenges and follow your passions. In our feminising profession we want to encourage women to aspire to be at the forefront of clinical practice, specialisation, professional bodies, corporates, education, research, industry, government… leaders in every area of veterinary influence. Everyone at Veterinary Woman understands the battles we all face against perfectionism, imposter syndrome, self-doubt, bias and the rest. We also know that role models are vital in encouraging the progression of others, but it’s a misconception that they are untouchable superstars. They are very real women experiencing all of these things yet finding the support and courage to do the very best job they can. The women we'll be chatting to in this podcast are all down-to-earth, relatable people, doing their bit to support and raise up other women in the workplace. There'll also be episodes on career skills to help you develop at work, so don't forget to subscribe now to get episodes delivered to you on release!
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Work-life balance: Annie and Georgi Makin discuss generational differences

This special Veterinary Woman podcast is kindly supported by Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging – improving the lives of animals and of those who care for them. Mother and daughter duo Annie and Georgi Makin discuss their individual approaches to work-life balance and how that differs generationally. Annie is Chief Commercial Officer for Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging. After graduating in 1990, she started her career in human healthcare before moving into the veterinary sector 12 years ago. Annie had her family early and delayed her return to work to watch her children, Georgi and Tom, grow up before resuming her career. Georgi is the Editor at Phacilitate, looking after all digital content from news coverage to webinars for the advanced therapies industry, which includes biotech and clinical development of cell and gene therapies. Georgi started working in the veterinary industry as a teenager before studying bioveterinary sciences at the RVC, and subsequently moving into a career in science communication. She is now 27 and is in the process of buying her first home. Working in similar fields, they discuss their different experiences of working life and workplace equality.   About Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging is an award-winning global leader in innovative diagnostic imaging solutions. As industry specialists, we focus on providing safe, accurate and affordable advanced imaging for practicing veterinarians worldwide. With a shared passion for improving animal health, we have partnered with our customers since 2000 to support over 300,000 animal scans in twenty-five countries. Our exclusive dedication to the industry, and the exceptional support we provide our customers through our unique Q-Care programme, has resulted in increased access to advanced clinical systems for small animal and equine practices worldwide. Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging has offices in the U.K. and North America. Find out more at and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.  
7/28/202232 minutes