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MUVSA Executive 2022

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BVSc President

Jack Cameron

Jack is a fourth year veterinary student who currently has no idea what he wants to do with his life. Originally from Pāpāmoa is the Western Bay of Plenty, he was heavily involved in the ocean. Unfortunately for him, Palmy doesn't have the same scenery so he's had to find other things to occupy his time. This year, Jack wants to help his fellow exec members to reach their goal of creating an enjoyable and supportive community among vet students.

BVSc Vice President

Natalie Peoples

BVSc Immediate Past President

Tatjana Wagner


Amos Manktelow

Amos is a third year vet student from Windy Welly who enjoys cats, rabbits and cattle and aims to be a large animal veterinarian. He usually can be found at the gym as well as having a great love for tramping and so really enjoys the outdoors. This year, he's hoping to show the rest of the university what we have to offer! 

Amos Manktelow

Annabel is a fourth year veterinary student and would like to work with large animals. She is from Rangiora, in North Canterbury and loves tramping and the outdoors. She hopes as part of the MUVSA exec to be able to help make this year at a vet school a fun and memorable year for everyone.


Annabel McGusty


Ben Maxwell, Hayden Linton,
Kristi Burton, & Jade Stolte

External Affairs Officer

Holly Skelton

Holly is a third year vet student who loves all types of animals, having grown up on a lifestyle block. She has a passion for the gym and spending time with her friends and family. Holly hopes to make the most out this year by ensuring MUVSA gets sufficient funding to hold our beloved vet events.

Sustainability Liaison

Olivia Lucock

International Student Rep

Sherry Vartanian

Sherry is a 3rd year vet student from California, USA. She has a bachelor's degree in Animal and Biomedical Science from Colorado State University and is working for her veterinary degree at Massey. As an international student, she understands that there are some specific hurdles that come with studying abroad. With this role, she aims to be an extra point of contact for current students, help pave a better experience for future international students, and hopes to build a stronger international community!

Vet Wellbeing Officer

Maddie Guy

Maddie is a fourth year vet student. Originally from Rotorua Maddie has grown up around a variety of animals and now has a passion for Alpaca and other lifestyle block animals. In her free time she can be found hanging out with friends, or tucked up in bed with Netflix. This year she aims to bring wellbeing to the forefront of everyones minds and encourage positive conversation around the topic

Class Representatives 2023

BVSc 2: Jonathan Currie & Zoe Cooper 
BVSc 3: Frances Glover & Grace Bleach 
BVSc 4: Ethan Elliot & Jami Smythe 
BVSc 5: Maddie Guy & Tamara Kurvers-Dunlop 

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