Dr. Stéphie-Anne Dulièpre completed her DVM at Cornell University CVM in 2020. She was born in Queens, NY, and lived in Haiti for 11 years before returning to the States. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Dulièpre graduated from Hunter College in New York City with a major in Biology and minors in Dance as well as Mathematics & Statistics. Dr. Dulièpre is passionate about anything involving conservation medicine, public health, and policy/advocacy. She enjoys engaging with clients and communities, as well as finding new ways to get people excited about veterinary medicine who would otherwise not have access to the field.
Dr. Dulièpre has been very involved in organized veterinary medicine from her time at Cornell, where she stood on the national Student AVMA (SAVMA) executive board as the Cultural Outreach Officer. She is now the Community Outreach and Volunteer Chair at the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA). In her free time, Dr. Dulièpre enjoys running, though less competitively than in her college days. She also enjoys drawing with her favorite mediums, pastels, charcoal, and pencils, and has recently begun dabbling in painting. Dr. Dulièpre currently resides in Pennsylvania where on weekdays she is a full-time Supervisory Public Health Veterinarian with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.