Libby Czapor is originally from Waterbury, Connecticut and completed her Honors Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Animal Biosciences degree at the University of Delaware. The program at UD offered a plethora of hands-on experiences and connected Libby to her veterinary assistant job, overall contributing greatly to her success in applying to veterinary school. Libby is a member of Mississippi State University’s Class of 2022, where she served a year as the school’s Veterinary Business Management Association president. Libby learned of BHC during her time at the 2020 Veterinary Leadership Conference and immediately knew she wanted to become more involved. One of the main aspects of veterinary medicine that attracted her was the puzzle-like nature of the career, and the BHC internship fits perfectly in line with that mindset! Assessing financial profiles and finding the “piece of the puzzle” that could allow for clinic improvement is exciting, and the knowledge Libby continues to gain will undoubtedly help in her goal of practice ownership. Libby is interested in emergency medicine and small animal and exotic general practice. Though she does not want to specialize, she is also strongly interested in radiology! Libby has a passion for preventive pet care and hopes to highlight wellness and prevention with her clients in the future. Libby firmly believes in a veterinarian’s role as a teacher within the community and looks forward to serving in this role following graduation.

Libby loves being near the water and cherishes the memories of going to Cape Cod each summer growing up. Her free time is best spent with friends and family especially if it involves an adventure! Her favorite adventure buddy is her cat, Apollo, whom she adopted once beginning veterinary school.