National Veterinary Associates (NVA), a leading global pet care organization and community of more than 1,400 veterinary hospitals and pet resorts, as appointed Tami Majer as Chief People Officer. Majer will lead NVA’s global efforts to attract the best veterinarians, pet care professionals and business leaders while furthering NVA’s investment in people, teams and culture.
“We are incredibly excited for Tami to join the NVA community. The success of NVA is a direct reflection of our ability to attract and empower great people who share our ‘why’ – for the love of animals and the people who love them – and of our ambition to be the employer of choice in veterinary medicine,” said Greg Hartmann. “Tami’s understanding of the veterinary profession, global experience and proven track record in building transformative people services teams will be critical as we grow our industry reach.”
An accomplished Human Resources leader with more than 20 years of experience in people-centric organizations, Majer has led human resources functions within Banfield Pet Hospital, Danone North America and 24-Hour Fitness across the US and Canada.
“As someone deeply passionate about enabling talented teams to do what they do best, I am thrilled to join an organization of mission-driven leaders committed to defining modern pet care and elevating the veterinary profession,” Majer said. “I am driven by the opportunity to make a positive difference for people at work and look forward to closely collaborating with NVA’s teams across the community to advance the organization’s commitment to servant leadership, empowering teams and helping our hospitals, people and teams reach their full potential.”