For Veterinary Professionals
Liz Hughston MEd., RVT, CVT, VTS (SAIM, ECC)
As the Co-Founder of the Veterinary Cannabis Academy Facebook Group and a practicing relief technician, trainer, and consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area, Liz is dedicated to advancing veterinary nursing through training, mentorship, and support and speaks frequently at regional, national, and international veterinary conferences.
Since her graduation from Foothill College in 2006, Liz went on to become certified as a VTS in both Small Animal Internal Medicine and Emergency and Critical Care in 2012. Liz is dedicated to advancing veterinary nursing through training, mentorship, and support and speaks frequently at regional, national, and international veterinary conferences.
ReAnna Cornell LVT, VTS-Dentistry, VCC
ReAnna has always had a passion to help and work with animals. Since her graduation from Wayne County Community College in 2005, ReAnna has worked in several areas of Veterinary Medicine including General Practice, Exotics, Emergency, and Specialty Referral Clinics such as Oncology and Dentistry. She obtained her Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) in Dentistry in 2016.
In addition to her work in dentistry, ReAnna has experience with a wide variety of “pocket pets” and zoo animals, including bearded dragons, chinchillas, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds of all kinds, bats, elephants, otters, wolves, bears, tigers, tree kangaroos, lemurs, a kudu, and a silver back gorilla—and many more! She assists in all types of oral procedures when working with local zoos and has a soft spot for otters because of their dynamic personalities.
Trish Wilhelm CVT, VCC
Trish accomplished her veterinary education and training at Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in Denver, Colorado. Upon completion of her internship, she obtained her title as a Certified Veterinary Technician. Trish volunteered in animal shelters and various small animal clinics, but always knew her passion in the veterinary field resided in Equine Medicine.
From there, her career was dedicated to specializing in all aspects of horse medicine. She enjoyed her time becoming skilled in large animal field medicine, lameness, advanced imaging, dentistry, and surgical cases. She is an active member with CACVT and AAEVT. Trish currently serves as the Patient Care Coordinator for the largest Equine referral clinic in Colorado.