From Farm Life to Business School, New Regional Operations Manager Samone Boyce Has VetMed Covered
Let’s Start at the Beginning, Shall We?
Many of us flounder at least a bit when finding our True North for our careers, but not Samone. Born in Germany but primarily raised in California, Samone Boyce—IPC’s new Regional Operations Manager—always knew her future would be in VetMed. Having grown up in a small farm town with guinea pigs, dogs, cats, exotic parrots, and other farm animals, pets have always been her passion. And to say that she’s worked her way up the ranks in this industry would be an understatement. At only 15 years old, she got her first kennel position at a veterinary clinic. From there, she continued to move up and work as a CSR, then a technician, and eventually moved into leadership and management roles. When she realized that she was more suited to the business side of the veterinary industry, Samone attended Vanguard University for Business Management and hopes to get her MBA eventually.
Samone’s Life Outside of Work
When not exploring the ins and outs of this complicated industry, Samone likes to spend time with her husband, John, and two kids—Jackson, 6, and Sloane, 4. She loves to travel, having been all over Europe and Asia. When her family lived in California, they visited the beach near-daily, and Samone worked with a local rescue that helped trap and release stray cats. Now that they’re official residents of the Lone Star State, Samone and her family look forward to discovering all that Austin has to offer.
Samone’s Goals at IPC
As she has held nearly every job in the VetMed industry at one point or another, Samone has a unique advantage in helping clinics bolster what they’re doing well while homing in on areas for improvement. Having already met with many of her clinics in her short time thus far at Innovetive Petcare, Samone plans on championing many inspiring initiatives throughout her region.