Adam Little, DVM

Dr. Adam Little works at the intersection of accelerating technologies and veterinary medicine. His career has spanned areas of focus ranging from artificial intelligence to telemedicine to connected devices. He is the co-founder of FuturePet, a startup focused on improving access to care for pets and those that love them and the first veterinarian to complete the Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University.

Caleb Frankel, VMD

Dr. Caleb Frankel practices emergency medicine at the Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center, an 80-doctor referral hospital in Greater Philadelphia, PA. He is an internship-trained veterinarian and alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania and is the Founder/CEO of Instinct Science ( This new veterinary software company is focused on improving state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals that incorporates true workflow improvement, decision support, patient safety tools, and charge capture automation.

Senani Ratnayake, B.Sc., RVT

Senani Ratnayake has gained a unique perspective that has led to her success as a vocal advocate and educator within veterinary medicine, winning multiple awards for her contributions to the profession. She is best known for her sessions on management, leadership, team building,communication, customer service and compliance. She is also a popular coach and mentor for RVTs and DVMs who appreciate her authentic and honest approach to their personal success.

Saye Clement, DVM

Dr. Saye Clement graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1993. During her career, she has worked in emergency and general practice, and has also done relief work. She is currently the co-owner of Carling Animal Hospital in Ottawa, Ontario where she maintains a full caseload as well as managing Human Resources and Medical Protocol.

Aaron Massecar, PhD

Dr. Aaron Massecar is the Assistant Director – Education of the Translational Medicine Institute at CSU. Prior to that he was the SVP of Learning at NAVC, the Executive Director of the Veterinary Innovation Council, and Adjunct Faculty at Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Two of the most prominent accomplishments from that office include the Veterinary Innovation Summit and the Veterinary Entrepreneurship Academy at Texas A&M--programs that help to spur on new ideas and train future veterinarians to run successful and lean operations.



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