WASHINGTON, DC – The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation has announced the appointment of two new board members, and the newly elected officers to its Board of Directors. Installed during the APhA annual meeting in San Antonio, TX, each member serves for three years, and offices are held for a term of one year.
Incoming members Nancy A. Alvarez, PharmD, BCPS and John Grabenstein, RPh, PhD, ScD (Hon) join existing member, Mallory Ward and the following newly elected officers:
President Anjanette Wyatt, BSPharm, PharmD
Vice President Elizabeth Johnson, PharmD
Treasurer Gary Kadlec, BSPharm, MBA, ScD
Secretary Scott Knoer, MS, PharmD, FASHP
“We are pleased to welcome this talented and dedicated team of leaders” said APhA Foundation Executive Director, Mitchel C. Rothholz, RPh, MBA “We look forward to the unique contributions they will provide in helping to shape and guide the work to further the mission of the Foundation and thank the previous board members for their commitment to the Foundation’s mission.”
“APhA Foundation Board President Anjanette Wyatt added, “I am excited about the upcoming year,” says Anjanette Wyatt. “I know with our dynamic staff and board members’ collaboration, the APhA Foundation's philanthropic initiatives will expand, grow and exceed expectations.”
About the American Pharmacists Association Foundation
The APhA Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., is a trusted source of research demonstrating how pharmacists can improve health care. The APhA Foundation’s mission is to improve health by inspiring philanthropy, research, and innovation that advances pharmacists’ patient care services. The APhA Foundation is affiliated with the American Pharmacists Association, the national professional society of pharmacists in the U.S. For more information, please visit the APhA Foundation website www.aphafoundation.org. Follow the APhA Foundation on LinkedIn and Facebook for the latest updates.