Project IMPACT: Diabetes

About the Experts

About the Experts

Kelly A. Brock, PharmD, RPh 
Community Coordinator – West Region
President, KB Pharmacy Solutions, Inc.


Kelly Brock serves as one of three Community Coordinators for Project IMPACT: Diabetes.  In this role, she provides mentoring, leadership and site coordination services to Community Champions in eight participating communities: Ball’s Food Stores, Central Ohio Diabetes Association, Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, County of Santa Barbara, Paramount Farms, El Rio Pasqua, El Rio Downtown and The Ohio State University.

In 2010, Brock founded KB Pharmacy Solutions, Inc., a healthcare consulting company focused on advancing the profession of pharmacy.  Her passion for teaching and helping pharmacists expand patient care services is the driving force behind her company’s mission. 

Brock has worked in community pharmacies, primary care clinics, an urgent care cente, and a specialty clinic.  Following her residency, she accepted an academic position that allowed her to teach at the College of Pharmacy and Practice in a primary care clinic. This position provided an opportunity for Brock to work in collaboration with primary care physicians and their patients to manage their chronic diseases and to teach student pharmacists about this model of care.  

Brock has authored professional journal publications related to her work on collaborative working relationships between pharmacists and physicians and documentation of patient care services in community pharmacies.  Throughout her career, she has been actively involved in teaching pharmacists and student pharmacists how to expand their practices in areas such as immunizations, over-the-counter consultations, and chronic disease state management.

Brock is an active member of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and the California Pharmacists Association (CPhA).  She received her PharmD from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy and completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency with an emphasis in community care at The Ohio State University in 2002.