Bio: Dr. Beth Miller is a veterinarian with 25 years of experience in integrating animal health and social empowerment in international development. A graduate of Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in the USA, Dr. Miller has owned and operated a small-scale goat dairy, and private veterinary practice in the USA. For 10 years, she served as Director of Gender Equity for Heifer International, which uses livestock as an entry point for sustainable community development.
Dr. Miller is now President of Miller Agricultural Consulting, a private consulting firm, and an instructor of anatomy and physiology at the University of Arkansas-PTC. She was elected President of the International Goat Association in 2016, and oversees international conferences and projects. She is committed to a future where healthy livestock contribute to sustainable human livelihoods and a flourishing environment.
As Vets International’s Senior Livestock Advisor, Dr. Miller initiated the “Goats for Peace” animal health project with partner Sauti Moja Marsabit in Kenya. She facilitates Vets International’s relationship with other organizations that transform human lives and replenish the environment through One Health and appropriate livestock management.
Location: Veterinarians International
One Penn Plaza, Suite 6337
New York, NY 10119
Description: The mission of Veterinarians International is to enhance the health of humans, animals, and the environment through the use of sound veterinary care and expertise. To accomplish this, they partner with like-minded groups around the world who are working to ensure the animals in their communities are receiving the veterinary care they need. Veterinarians International participates in community meetings, delivers vaccines, and provides training programs in animal health, food production, nutrition, husbandry, and disease control, so the men and women can improve the conditions within their communities. Sustainable and repeatable solutions are designed at improving communities where these programs are implemented as well as the rest of the world.