Kellee Sundstrom, MS provides support to the NCVP through communications with Board members, residents, industry sponsors, and veterinary parasitology educators and researchers across North America. She also assists with image and video capture, and coordinates all of the events for the NCVP annual in-person meetings. Kellee is currently a Research Specialist Senior II at OSU-CVM. Her master's research focused is on ticks (particularly those infesting horses) and tick-borne disease. Prior to her current position and graduate education, Kellee managed the Comparative Exercise Physiology Lab and the Equine Research Park at OSU. Her laboratory research and management experiences are extensive, both of which help to keep the NCVP always full-speed ahead. Kellee got her bachelor's of science in Animal and Veterinary Sciences from the University of Wyoming. Originally, Kellee is from Arvada, Colorado. After finishing school at UW, she moved to Pawnee, OK with her family. The NCVP is so grateful for all that you do!