Troy Alexander

Chief Executive Officer

Troy serves as the Executive Director of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association and Chief Executive Officer of the Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation. Troy’s position in both organizations allows him to serve as an important link between Association and Foundation activities and the veterinary profession.

New to TVMA and TVMF, Troy has spent the last 20 years serving in various positions with the Texas Medical Association. He is a native Texan, whose ancestors on both sides are original Texas settlers. Troy is married to a practicing nurse, and they have two children. His hobbies include golf, art and as a musician plays double bass.

Leah Ann Tibbitts

Chief Operating Officer

Leah Ann Tibbitts is the Chief Operating Officer of the Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation (TVMF) and serves as the organization’s chief administrative staff. She is responsible for promoting Foundation events and programs, growing Foundation donations and developing new revenue streams. A Houston native, Leah Ann originally set out to become a veterinarian, but found professionally that event coordination and communications were more her forte. Since joining TVMF in 2011, she has helped implement a number of programs and events to achieve the Foundation’s goal of celebrating and enriching the human-animal bond. Leah Ann helped establish TVMF’s LEAP program which provides much needed veterinary care, free of charge to animals belonging to economically disadvantaged community members. Leah Ann lives in Austin with her husband and son where the three of them enjoy biking, golfing and embarking on traveling adventures.

Casey McBee

Director of Development & External Relations

Casey McBee, Director of Development, joined Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation (TVMF) in 2022. With a background in non-profit and collegiate fundraising, Casey is responsible for growing support of TVMF and its mission. She has experience in donor stewardship, grant writing, foundations relations, and scholarship development.

Casey is a second-generation graduate of Texas A&M University Class of 2018. She followed after her father who is a mixed-animal veterinarian in their hometown of Brady, Texas. Her upbringing has instilled a passion for promoting the veterinary profession and responsible animal ownership. She currently lives in San Angelo, Texas, with her husband and two dogs. Casey loves to cook, ride horses, and travel.