Thrive Pet Healthcare names new chief people officer


Anahita Cameron fulfills this role with considerable background in senior-level roles and the veterinary industry.

Anahita Cameron, Thrive's new chief people officer (Photo courtesy of Thrive Pet Healthcare).

Anahita Cameron, Thrive's new chief people officer (Photo courtesy of Thrive Pet Healthcare).

Thrive Pet Healthcare appointed Anahita Cameron as its new chief people officer where she will lead the people-first vision for over 400 primary, acute, and specialty hospitals nationwide with over 10,000 team members.

"At Thrive, we believe that people are at the heart of everything we do," said Stephen Hadley, DVM, MBA, MS, Thrive Pet Healthcare CEO, in a company release.

"As we evolve our continuum of care for pets and people who love them, it's imperative we continue building a thriving career destination where our people are growing, appreciated, and nurtured. We are excited to welcome Anahita to the team and can't wait to see her impact on forging a strong community inside and outside of our organization,” he continued.

With over 25 years of experience leading the People function and a history of promoting strong organizational growth plus a dedication to employees, customers, and local communities, Cameron joins the Thrive team.

Cameron’s background consists of senior-level positions across various industries, including Aspen Dental, where she most recently served as chief human Resources Officer – HealthPartners and Target Corporation, according to the release. She also has special expertise in the veterinary field, previously serving as vice president, people and organization for Banfield Pet Hospitals with the Mars Corporation.

According to the release, Cameron currently serves on various boards, including the YMCA and Cookie Cart. Additionally, she is a past recipient of the OnCon Icon Awards, acknowledged by her peers as a Top 100 Human Resources Professional.

"I am incredibly excited to join Thrive Pet Healthcare as Chief People Officer," expressed Cameron. "I've been inspired by the people-first culture and comprehensive programs already in place designed to support Thrive professionals' individual financial, emotional and physical wellbeing so they can focus and deliver on their mission to provide the best pet care possible. People and culture are key to any organization's success, and I look forward to making Thrive one of the best places to work."


Thrive Pet Healthcare appoints Anahita Cameron as chief people officer. News release. Thrive Pet Healthcare. March 9, 2022. Accessed March 9, 2022.

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