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2014 Board of Directors: Candidate Profiles
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2014 Board of Directors: Candidate Profiles

 

 


 

 

The IACP Board of Directors sets direction for the organization, serves as visionaries for the future of pharmacy compounding, and gets results. Board members give their time, energy and ideas to lead the organization forward and in turn, lead the compounding profession to greater success.

Below are candidate profiles to help you make an informed decision. Your ballot will be personalized for you based on the district in which you reside.

 

Questions?
If you have questions, contact IACP staff at 281-933-8400. Thank you and we look forward to receiving your votes for the 2014 Board of Directors.

IACP Districts

District I All International Members
District II Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, DC
District III Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina
District IV Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee
District V Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico
District VI Missouri, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Wisconsin
District VII Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, Hawaii

 

 

 

 

 

When you are ready to vote, click on your district to access the ballot:

**Please verify the district in which belong (please see above chart) BEFORE clicking on the below district links. Selecting the incorrect district link will disqualify you from completing the online voting process. You will have to submit a ballot via email. If you have selected an incorrect district, please contact IACP staff at 281-933-8400 to receive an electronic ballot.**


District I
District II
District III
District IV
District V
District VI
District VII

 

Vice-President

Gary McCrory, R.Ph.
McCrory’s Pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  8


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Gary graduated the University of Louisiana Monroe in 1977 and is currently the president McCrory's Pharmacy, El Paso, Texas. He has been active in community pharmacy since 1977 and is in his third term on the IACP Board of Directors. He has been a PCCA member since 1984 and was awarded PCCA Pharmacist of Month in May 1997. Additionally, he serves on the PCCA Advisory Council. He is also a former PCCA Pharmacist of the Year. In addition to his pharmacy, he is a consultant with Smart Strategies (Pharmacy Customer Service) and Genetic Testing Laboratories, a Certified Clinical Nutritionist, AmerisourceBergen Good Neighbor Pharmacy Regional Advisor, and a Pharmacist Preceptor Certification (Texas). He also previously served as the Texas Pharmacy Compounding Section Chairperson.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I believe that IACP should continue to focus on strengths and go on offense rather than defense.  Financial strength will be a top priority, especially strengthening the balance sheet and rainy-day fund. 

We need to focus on patient safety and positive outcomes to heal the split in our community.  We must find common ground between traditional compounders, mega compounders and corporate partners.

 

Michael Blaire, RPh
Diamondback Drugs, Ariz.
Years previously served on IACP Board:  2


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I have been a retail pharmacist for over 30 years and compounding has always been a major part of my professional practice.  I am currently specializing in veterinary medications.  I have been active in IACP, spending several years as Treasurer of CompPAC and 2 years on the board of directors.  Currently I am acting as Treasurer for the Board of Directors as well as Chairman of the Political Action Committee.  Likewise, I am active in the Arizona Pharmacy Association and currently serve on their Legislative Affairs and Political Action Committees.  I am also a member of NCPA and attend their legislative conference every year.  As an adjunct clinical professor at Midwestern College of Pharmacy-Glendale and the University of New Mexico I have mentored a number of pharmacy interns and exposed them to the joys of compounding. I have been featured in America’s Pharmacist magazine, Veterinary Practice News and The Arizona Republic, all articles that put an extremely positive light on compounding.  I have also been a guest lecturer for the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association, the Florida Veterinary Medical Association and the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, where I have discussed compounding for veterinary patients as well as other pharmacy related topics. 

I believe that I am very well qualified to enter the leadership track for IACP and hope that I can earn your vote for Vice President.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

When I first joined IACP, I promised myself that I would do everything I could to protect my profession and my right to compound.  Since the NECC disaster, this has become a daily activity. I believe in IACP’s mission, to protect and promote prescription compounding.  As a member of the pharmacy community, I have engaged in political and professional activities to further that mission.  I believe that as a member of the IACP leadership I could truly serve our members in a greater capacity and further our profession in the eyes of the community at large.

 

Treasurer

Bill Letendre, M.S., R.Ph., M.B.A., FIACP
PCCA
Years previously served on IACP Board:  3


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Bill serves as Vice President – Pharmacy Management Services for PCCA.  He is the past president of the American College of Apothecaries, the New Hampshire Pharmacists Association and the Texas Pharmacy Association.  He has served on the IACP Board and currently serves on the NCPA Foundation Steering Committee.  

Prior to relocating to Texas, he owned and operated six community pharmacies, two home infusion pharmacies, and a home care supply company located in the state of New Hampshire. 


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

As a past officer in many pharmacy organizations, I have observed how the Treasurer can significantly impact the financial viability of an association.  I would be honored to oversee the budgeting process and management of the financial affairs of the academy.  My expertise in the financial management of compounding pharmacies and other pharmacy associations has prepared me well for this position.  I humbly ask you for your kind support in this election. Thank you.

 

Dana Reed-Kane, Pharm.D., FIACP, FACA, FCP, NFPPhC
Reed’s Compounding Pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  12


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Dana is a leader, business owner and a strong advocate for compounding pharmacy.  Involvement in IACP has always been Dana’s passion and she has been a leader in IACP since 1999.  After serving on the board for 12 years, being secretary and member of the executive committee for 3 years and currently serving as the chair of the membership committee, she has the experience and dedication to serve as Treasurer and part of IACP’s leadership once again.  


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

My past experience and history on the board during IACP’s battles with legislators, the FDA and other critics over the years will be a tremendous asset to the IACP board during this critical time.  I want to see IACP fight to protect our rights to continue serving our patients and providers. This battle we face before us is the biggest we have seen yet.  I want to help lead the fight to protect, promote and advance our profession.  

 

At-Large

 

John Walczyk, PharmD, RPh, FIACP
Johnson Compounding and Wellness Center
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I have been a compounding pharmacist for 7 years and a pharmacy manager for the past 3.  Under my management, we have become one of the premiere compounding only pharmacies in New England. We are the 1st in Massachusetts to become PCAB accredited for both sterile and non-sterile.  In 2011 I received a fellowship from IACP and  I was named MPhA’s Innovative Pharmacist of the Year.  As a board member for IACP I will strive to further develop compounding pharmacy.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I strongly believe in the IACP vision: ‘to facilitate the advancement of patient care through pharmacy compounding’.  I feel that I would be a great asset to the IACP board and hope to work closely with fellow board members; and learn from their expertise.  The art of compounding is something I am truly passionate about and I look forward to continuing a long career as a compounding pharmacist.  It would be a great honor to be part of such an elite group of pharmacists.

 

Becca Mitchell
US Compounding
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Becca serves as VP of Pharmacy Operations at US Compounding, a PCAB Accredited™ pharmacy in Conway, AR.  Becca is co-chair of IACP’s Communications Committee and has been on the IACP Foundation’s Rx Mixer Committee since 2009.  She was recognized by Arkansas Business in 2012 as one of “The New Influentials: 20 in their 20’s”, has served on a USP Expert Panel, and is a Clinical Assistant Professor for two Colleges of Pharmacy.

Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

There has never been a more important, or in my opinion more exciting, point in our profession’s history.  The time is now to step forward and fight for the value that compounding pharmacies provide for patients every day.  IACP’s role as the protector and promoter of compounding is critical in today’s political jungle and changing regulatory environment, and I would be honored to help facilitate that mission as a member of the Board.  

 

Erik Tosh
Letco Medical
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

  • Navy Corpsman 1978 - 1984 and Pharmacy Technician 1986 - 1991
  • Retail staff pharmacist and PIC - 1992 - 2000 - compounding emphasis
  • Established/directed professional services team Spectrum Pharmacy Products 2000 -2008
  • Director Operations, Unique Pharmaceuticals - 2008- 2009
  • Director Professional Services and Business Development, Letco Medical 2010 - present
  • Adjunct Asst Professor - Western Univ Col of Pharmacy - co-developed/instructor,  ACPE accredited compounding course
  • Contributor IJPC and Remington's Pharmaceutical Science
  • Past President IACP Foundation and current Treasurer of IACP Foundation

Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

Compounding pharmacy is faced with significant challenges and requires a Board that represents as many facets of compounding practice as possible.  I will use my broad range of experience in pharmacy staff, academic, and leadership roles to serve our members and their patients.
 

 

Doug Yoch, PharmD
Stanley Apothecary
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

While in pharmacy school, I immediately feel in love with compounding.  I actively sought out a career in compounding.  After working for Stanley Apothecary for two years I purchased the pharmacy.   Soon we became the only PCAB pharmacy in the Charlotte metro area.  We now offer patient specific and office use sterile and non-sterile compounds and are permitted in four states.  It is a privilege and honor to serve my community in this capacity.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I wish serve to pay back the profession that has so enriched my life.  Second, I want to serve so as to move the profession of compounding forward.  Compounding is changing and I want to help guide that change, from the pharmacy to Capitol Hill.  Too much is a stake to leave things to chance.  Our profession requires relentless input & oversight from an organization like IACP.  A vote for me is a vote for YOU.

 

Rachel Taggs. CPhT
Precision Pharmacy, Bakersfield CA
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I am the Office Manager/Compliance Officer for a leading equine compounding pharmacy.  Over the past 12 years I have had diverse experience in the pharmacy setting.  I gained experience as a Pharmacy Clerk in a small rural independent pharmacy. Later, I moved on to corporate retail and dabbled in the clinical hospital setting.  When instructing Pharmacy Law at a local college’s Pharmacy Technician program I found my passion that lead to my current position.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

"Protecting, Promoting and Advancing Pharmacy Compounding".  This is more important now than ever.  If elected to serve as an IACP Board Member I hope to contribute my experience in compounding compliance to further the intentions of our industry.  In learning from colleagues, listening to IACP members, gaining public support through compounding education, and achieving combined goals I will strive to move us forward as an industry. 

 

Diana Harshbarger
Custom Compounding Centers of America INC
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I graduated from Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy with a Pharm.D. Degree in 1987.  I have worked in retail and hospital settings and I have owned my own pharmacy since 1990.  Compounding has been the biggest part of my business from its inception.  I have visited Capitol Hill with many of my colleagues for the past nineteen years to make our policy makers aware of the benefit of the services we offer to patients and providers.  


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I would be honored to serve as an IACP Board Member because we are at a critical juncture for our profession. Many new rules and regulations will be implemented and we need guidance in order to maneuver down the new road that is being paved for us by the FDA and other government agencies.  If we are not active, we will be either paved over or cast to the side of that new road.  I want to be an advocate to let our legislators know what is acceptable and what is NOT.  

 

District Seat

District II

Ernest P. Gates, Jr. R.Ph, FASCP, FIACP, FACA
Gates Healthcare Associates
Years previously served on IACP Board:  6


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Ernest (Ernie) P. Gates is the President of Gates Healthcare Associates, a consulting firm that serves pharmacies and health care organizations nationally and abroad.  A pioneer in compounding and fertility medication, he previously founded Gates Apothecary, which became one of the largest pharmacies focusing on fertility medications in the U.S.  He has received numerous awards, including IACP’s Honorary Fellowship Award in 2009.  Ernie graduated from MCPHS University in Boston, where he is Trustee Emeritus.  


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

As a current district board member, I would be honored to continue serving in this important leadership role.  I believe strongly in IACP’s mission of protecting, promoting and advancing compounding pharmacy.  Given the shifting regulatory landscape and the recovering image of our profession, the organization remains as vital and resourceful as ever.  I understand the challenges facing today’s compounder and I am proud to offer my expertise and experience to IACP and its dedicated members. 

 

Julie Ann Winsock, Pharm D
Harrold’s pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I am a 2005 graduate of Wilkes University and a 2007 Graduate of Leesburg Pharmacy Community Practice Residency.  I have worked for Harrold’s Pharmacy for 13 years and have managed our Compounding and Wellness departments for the past 5 years.  Current member of the following organizations IACP, PCCA, PPA, NCPA and APhA.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I’m excited to for the possibility to serve on the board of directors to help ensure the future of compounding for all of our patients. My goal as a pharmacist has always been and continues to be the health and well-being of our patients and so many or our patients rely on our services.  We must protect their access. 

 

District III

Cheri Garvin, RPh
The Compounding Center at Leesburg Pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

President/CEO of Leesburg Pharmacy and The Compounding Center; a hybrid pharmacy offering medical equipment, wellness services, and gifts.  

Educated at George Mason University and The Medical College of Virginia, Cheri has remained active in academia serving as a clinical faculty member, lecturer and preceptor.  She serves on several Boards including, Loudoun Interfaith Relief and John Marshall Bank.  Cheri is also an active member of the Loudoun CEO Cabinet, NAWBO, APhA, VPhA, NCPA and IACP.    

Cheri has received many honors including, Preceptor of the Year, Leading Lady of Loudoun and SmartCEO’s Top Female Executive in the DC area.  Cheri resides in her hometown of Leesburg, VA with her husband and two sons.  


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

 Over my 20 year career, I have come to realize the professional rewards associated with compounding.  It is important to serve the organization that helps tackle the issues we are facing as compounders.  I am proud to be involved in my industry and my local community.  I serve on local boards and national committees.  I feel my experience as a business owner, board member and compounding pharmacist could be an asset to the IACP Board. 

 

Linda Faye McElhiney, PharmD, RPh, FIACP, FASHP, FACA
Indiana University Health
Years previously served on IACP Board:  6


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I have been the compounding pharmacist for a large health-system (over 20 hospitals) for over 20 years and prepare sterile and nonsterile preparations for both inpatients and outpatients. I am a feature author for the IJPC, a contributing author for several textbooks, and the author of “Compounding Guide for Ophthalmic Preparations”. Currently, I serve on the USP Committee of Experts for Compounding and appointed by the IN SBOP to serve on a review committee to review the compounding laws for Indiana.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

 These are challenging times for compounders and the different pharmacy organizations are divided on these compounding issues. As an individual, I have been working diligently with the different hospital organizations (ASHP, AHA, CHA…) to unite and support the compounding objectives of IACP and have made a lot of head way. Now I want to serve on the Board and continue to unite compounders from all practices, promote compounding, and help our IACP staff and members. I enjoyed working on the IACP Board and look forward to doing it again.

 

Baylor Rice
Southriver Compounding 
Years previously served on IACP Board:  3

Provide a brief bio of your career.

Baylor Rice is a second generation pharmacist and has an impressive track record as a compounding pharmacist and health professional. He has been a licensed pharmacist since 1994. After earning his degree at the Medical College of Virginia, Baylor worked in community pharmacies. In 1998, Baylor and his wife opened South River Compounding Pharmacy, Inc. His vision of treating each patient based on their individual needs and using a team approach by working together with the patients’ physician has proved to be quite successful with positive outcomes for the patients.

South River Compounding Pharmacy also incorporates wellness screenings for disease state prevention and maintenance. Baylor was one of the first pharmacists in the United States to incorporate a cognitive memory test into a community pharmacy. He also offers individual consultations for patients with a functional medicine approach.

October 2002 Baylor received the HHC Pharmacy Recognition Award.

“In recognition of your professional contributions in the Community practice of pharmacy, which improved the quality of care provided to patients with Alzheimer’s disease and demonstrated a commitment and dedication that reflects Eisai’s human health care philosophy.”

South River Compounding Pharmacy has been recognized by The Rising 25 as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the Richmond Area, and for its contribution to economic growth in the Richmond Community.

Baylor was a finalist for the 2006 & 2007 MUSE Awards.  Presented by The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for Creativity in Business.

Baylor was pharmacist of the Month, November 2007, presented by Professional Compounding Centers of America.

In 2008, he was awarded Innovative Pharmacist of the Year, by the Virginia Pharmacist’s Association.

Finished in the top 10 for “Retailer of the Year” for 2012 by the Retail Merchants Association of Richmond, Virginia.

Baylor will be receiving “The Best Bedside Manner” Award—Pharmacists Category 2013

Recognized by Our Health’s Magazine, Richmond Edition.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I have thoroughly enjoyed serving on the Board of Directors of IACP for the past 3 years.  I feel I have begun hitting my stride within the Board and would like the opportunity to continue working on and finish some of the ideas and projects we have begun undertaking.  I appreciate the opportunity to continue to give back to the organization and members that have helped protect my rights and those of my colleagues to provide an invaluable service to our patients.

 

District IV

 

Scott Wepfer
The Compounding Shope
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Scott Wepfer, a third generation pharmacist grew up watching his father and grandfather practice pharmacy in Central Wisconsin.  After a two-year enlistment in the Army, he went on to earn his pharmacy degree at the University of Wisconsin.  Upon graduation, he moved to Birmingham, Alabama to complete a residency program at UAB Hospital pharmacy.  He has owned and operated The Compounding Shoppe, a compounding-only pharmacy since 1995.


A Fellow of IACP since 1998, he has provided national leadership in the areas hazard substance containment, quality in compounding and technology integration in a compounding pharmacy.  In 2006, his pharmacy was one of two beta test sites for the PCAB Accreditation survey process.  In September, 2006 his pharmacy, The Compounding Shoppe became the one of the first two PCAB Accredited pharmacies in the country.


Scott’s areas of clinical expertise include bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and pain management.


Scott is married and has three children.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

First, let me say it was an honor to be nominated.  I accepted my nomination because I believe strongly in both the mission and vision of IACP.  They are both short and to the point -- to protect, promote and advance compounding and for IACP to be the recognized authority for information, expertise, and practice standards with regard to pharmacy compounding.

I have long supported IACP.  First, by becoming and maintaining fellowship since 1998 and also by becoming PCAB accredited back in 2006.  I have feel that part of being a professional is giving back to the profession and I can't think of a better way to give back than by serving on the IACP board.  

As the owner of a compounding pharmacy I am 100% invested in pharmacy compounding.  I see serving on the board as a very direct way of helping to protect this investment that all IACP members have made in our profession as compounders.

 

Lucy Hazebrook
Medistat Pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Lucy Hazebrook is presently the Director of Pharmacy at mediStat in Foley, Alabama and an adjunct professor at Auburn University, Samford University and the University of Alabama. She received her pharmacy degree from the University of Mississippi and Master of Hospital Administration from Wayne State University. Upon graduation, she completed a two year hospital residency program and thesis. She was later the Assistant Director of Pharmacy and Adjunct Professor at University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics. Her pharmacist experience includes working in hospitals, clinics, independent, chain and mail order pharmacies.  She has published many articles concerning pharmacy management systems, as well as a chapter in a pharmacy teaching manual regarding ethics. She also presents regularly both locally and nationally to patients, prescribers and other health care professionals regarding various compounding, patient, pharmacy and provider services. Lucy serves on the Membership Committees for both International Association of Compounding Pharmacists and American College of Apothecaries. She is also an active member in the Alabama Pharmacist Association, American Pharmacist Association, American Society of Health-System Pharmacist, National Specialty Pharmacy Administrators and the National Community Pharmacists Association.  


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

 I appreciate the opportunity to serve my profession, but more importantly my chosen specialty, compounding.  I consider compounding pharmacists to be an elite group, with high standards and awareness of the environments in which we try to fulfill our professional responsibilities.  The synergistic effects of the relationships built through IACP have been effective in promoting and advancing pharmacy. I would be honored to say I was a part of this advancement as we continue to grow our community, broaden our knowledge, increase awareness and continue a strong political presence.

 

Chris Burgess
Heritage Compounding Pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I graduated from the University of Louisiana in 1993 and worked the first eight years in nuclear and hospital.  In 2001, I joined an independent pharmacy in Mobile that focused on Hospice patients and in 2006 I bought Heritage Compounding Pharmacy and began the path of ownership.  I have been active on state and national levels throughout my career, serving as a delegate to APhA, working on state committees, and working on IACP committees.  


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

I currently serve APA as the Chair of the Academy.  In this position I see compounding is still a small voice.  I believe with my experience and passion for the profession, I would be able to provide IACP additional insight on how to push compounding issues to the forefront of the state associations.  In my opinion, this will help pharmacy by educating the general pharmacist on the standards that all compounds should meet.

 

 

District VII

Bob Brensel, RPh
ScriptWorks
Years previously served on IACP Board:  1


Provide a brief bio of your career.

  • Board Member, IACP,  2013-present
  • Board Member, IACP Foundation, 2006-present
  • Board Member, California Pharmacists Association, Academy of Compounding Pharmacy, 2012-Present
  • PCCA Advisory Council 2010-2011,   PCCA Member since 1997
  • President of ScriptWorks, since 2003, currently  PCAB accredited in Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding,  
  • Adjunct Clinical Professor, Touro Univ College of Pharmacy
  • Chairman, IACP Foundation RX Mixer, 2008


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

 I have served on IACP Board for 2013, possibly the most difficult year in the history of our Board. I  learned a great deal from the passionate pharmacists that currently serve on the Board.  

I have been witness to the pain caused by the aftermath of NECC first hand.  I would like to see a more unified front in the face of controversy and enhanced communication to members and pharmacy groups with vested interests.

 

Charles Leiter Pharm.D.
Leiter’s Compounding Pharmacy
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

I am a third generation pharmacist. I graduated from USC in 1983. I have served on BMQA (Board of Medical Quality Assurance for the State of California). I have also served on various committee’s through out my career, and currently teach and guest lecture on sterile, non-sterile compounding as well as Quality Assurance and entrepreneurial business. I currently am CEO of Leiter’s Compounding Pharmacy, one of the largest compounding pharmacies in the country. We specialize in sterile compounding, mainly for Ophthalmology, but also a wide range of compounding specialties. 


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

 I have decided to run for the board because our professional careers are at stake and I want to protect them.  I believe that in the future we will have to work with the FDA and various other agencies to continue our practice.  It is my goal to make sure that this oversight goes smoothly and our core values and beliefs are protected. I would like to make sure that the public as well as our profession are protected from tragedies. 

 

Denise S. Burnham, RPh
Creative Compounds
Years previously served on IACP Board:  0


Provide a brief bio of your career.

Denise Burnham, RPh,started Creative Compounds, compounding only pharmacy, in 1998 and has built a practice that includes both sterile and non-sterile compounding.  Denise participated in helping the Oregon Board of Pharmacy structure the state’s current sterile compounding regulations. She is a preceptor for students from Pacific University and Oregon State University Schools of Pharmacy.  She is a member of the Oregon State Pharmacists Association and the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists since 1998.


Please provide a statement on why you want to serve.

 After being a member of IACP for over 15 years, I see how important it is for the members to actively participate in the organization.  I would like to assist others in our profession and share my experience. My daughter will soon be a pharmacist working with me in the pharmacy and I want to insure that our profession is protected for now and for the years to come.

 
 

 

When you are ready to vote, click on your district to access the ballot:

**Please verify the district in which belong (please see above chart) BEFORE clicking on the below district links. Selecting the incorrect district link will disqualify you from completing the online voting process. You will have to submit a ballot via email. If you have selected an incorrect district, please contact IACP staff at 281-933-8400 to receive an electronic ballot.**

District I
District II
District III
District IV
District V
District VI
District VII

 

 

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