Covetrus Appoints Jamey Seely General Counsel

Covetrus Appoints Jamey Seely General Counsel

PORTLAND, Maine:  Covetrus (NASDAQ: CVET), a global leader in animal-health technology and services, announces the appointment of Jamey Seely as general counsel and corporate secretary, reporting to Dustin Finer, chief administrative officer at Covetrus.

Jamey brings more than 20 years of legal and business experience within the energy, manufacturing and technology industries, including general counsel within two public companies. She has extensive experience in the management of international legal matters and building legal teams throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. Her legal specialties include securities, board governance & compensation, mergers and acquisitions, financing, and project development, along with human resource matters and high-risk litigation management.

“We are thrilled to have Jamey join Covetrus as general counsel and as a member of our board leadership team,” said Dustin Finer. “The Company will benefit from Jamey’s combination of legal and business expertise, and we look forward to her support in driving the Company’s business strategy, development and continued growth.”

Prior to joining Covetrus, Jamey simultaneously held business and legal roles while serving as president and general counsel of Integra, a developer of blockchain technology for the legal industry. Other past posts include EVP and general counsel of the Gates Industrial Corporation, which she led to a successful IPO, and EVP general counsel and corporate secretary at ION Geophysical, Inc.

Jamey succeeds Erin Powers Brennan. “Erin was instrumental in the formation of Covetrus, and in building the strong legal team we have in place today,” said CEO, Ben Wolin. “We are grateful for her service and wish her well.”

Jamey is a graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law and received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Baylor University. She holds a Professional Certificate in Energy Innovation & Emerging Technologies from Stanford University.