Virtual Veterinary Solutions helps vet practices thrive. We solve common administrative and human resource challenges experienced at veterinary hospitals across the United States.
Founded by vets with decades of experience, the team at Virtual Veterinary Solutions understands the challenges encountered at veterinary hospitals and knows the best solutions to increase profitability, streamline your front end and enhance your practice.
Lesley is a veterinarian (AVC Class of 97), a serial entrepreneur, a visionary and a graduate of the Wallace McCain Entrepreneurial Leadership program. She successfully owned and operated the Eastern Passage Village Veterinary Hospital for 16 years until its sale a few years ago, and currently co-owns CBS Animal Hospital in Conception Bay South NL and Kenmount Road Animal Hospital in St. John’s. She founded Vet Alliance Inc in 2009. Lesley and her team have proudly grown its membership to over 680 members, making it the largest of its kind. She is always exploring new business opportunities and taking action and has a few new businesses in the works.
Exemplary customer service and having an amazing work culture are her greatest areas of interest. She describes herself as a serial entrepreneur, but believes in having fun. She is passionate about adventure tourism, and has created opportunity to organize trips around the world. Finding the balance between work, family, and personal time can be a challenge but she is having fun trying!
Sharon built on her anthropology degree at the University of New Brunswick by becoming a registered massage therapist at the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage. A lifelong animal lover, this naturally led to an animal massage therapy specialization from the Northwest School of Animal Massage. Sharon has been practicing animal massage, including Reiki and other healing modalities, for over 10 years.
Since then, Sharon became a registered veterinary technician, and has worked her way into a management position. She has a strong HR background and hands-on experience developing policy and procedures. Sharon is well-organized and trained in conflict resolution. She manages 10 employees, training them to be as solution-oriented as her.
Sharon is active in the animal welfare community, regularly fostering pets from the SPCA, volunteering and fundraising. Sharon is the co-creator and director of a popular annual burlesque event called SNAP! (Snapping Garters for Animal Welfare).