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Venaya Jones: First black woman to own veterinary hospital in US

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Venaya Jones: First black woman to own veterinary hospital in US

by  Joseph Omotayo Read more: https://www.legit.ng/

– Venaya Jones is the first black woman to own a veterinary hospital in Cleveland in United States

– With her success, she made history in a field that is heavily dominated by the whites

– Jones said she has always wanted to take care of pet even before knowing what the profession was called

Venaya Jones, a black woman in the United State, has set another record as she is the first woman to own a veterinary hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.

According to BOTW, she said she has always loved taking care of animals, adding that she did not know it was a professional that had a particular name.

“I knew I wanted to fix animals, but I had no idea what it was called or that it was even a profession. Career day just put a name to the profession that I had already been …

Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1261716-venaya-jones-first-black-woman-veterinary-hospital-us.html

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