Libby Landry began her career as an Elementary Education teacher with a focus in Special Education. She always had a love for animals and an interest in medicine. As a result, she changed careers in 1999 and attended the Animal Science program at Camden County College.
That same year, she began her career as a Veterinary Technician and later joined Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in 2001. Libby has filled many roles during her career at RBVH from Technician, to Supervisor, to Manager, first for the Emergency and Critical Care Departments and then onto the Surgery and Specialty Departments. Her most recent accomplishment was obtained when she was promoted in 2013 to the Network's Director of Nursing position. She is also a member of the Hospital Advisory Board.
Feeling the need to fulfill her passion for teaching, Libby co-developed and instructed a Veterinary Assistant Certificate program at Brookdale Community College in 2009. She is also a member of several organizations such as VHMA, NJVTA, and NAVTA.
When she is not working, Libby enjoys cooking (she planned to be a chef if this didn't work out), and going to the beach (way too much, according to her Dermatologist). In addition to spending time with her husband, also an RBVH employee, and their three children; she enjoys chasing after the family's two naughty Boston Terriers, and their flock of nine amazing chickens.
Years in Practice: 17
Education: Camden County College
Interests: Family, cooking, pets and the beach