Who We Are


ASCP is a non-profit, membership association devoted to optimal medication management and improved health outcomes for all older adults. Founded in 1969, ASCP is an international organization based in Alexandria, Virginia.

ASCP represents pharmacy professionals and students serving the unique medication needs of older adults. ASCP's members range in the services they provide and serve older adults in a variety of settings.

The ASCP Foundation is dedicated to educating older adults and caregivers about principles and practices associated with safe and appropriate use of medicines. The ASCP Foundation's unique focus is the development, integration, and application of knowledge regarding medication use in the older adult population and the practice of senior care pharmacy to optimize health outcomes.

The ASCP Bylaws provide for 14 members on the Board of Directors: 4 officers (president, chairman of the board, president-elect, and secretary-treasurer) and 10 additional directors (1 elected from each of ASCP’s 8 regions listed below, and 2 at-large directors). In addition, the Executive Director/CEO serves as an ex officio, non-voting member of the Board. Each officer serves a one-year term. Each officer must have been a director-member of the Board for a minimum of one 2-year term before running for an officer position. Each director serves a 2-year term and elections are staggered, such that only 5 of the 10 director positions are elected annually. Each director may be re-elected to no more than two consecutive terms as director. Directors are strongly encouraged to run for an officer position, since being a director is a prerequisite for being an officer.


ASCP Regions

Region A - Northeast Region B – Mid Atlantic Region C – Midwest Region D – Southeast Region E – North Central Region F – South Central Region G – Southwest Region H – Northwest
Maine Pennsylvania Michigan Tennessee North Dakota Texas California Idaho
Vermont Delaware Illinois South Carolina South Dakota New Mexico Nevada Montana
New Hampshire Maryland Indiana Florida Nebraska Oklahoma Utah Oregon
Connecticut West Virginia Ohio Georgia Kansas Arkansas Colorado Washington
New York Virginia Kentucky Alabama Missouri Louisiana Arizona Wyoming
Rhode Island North Carolina Mississippi Iowa Alaska
New Jersey Washington DC Minnesota Hawaii

Chairman of the Board
Joe Marek
Brecksville, OH

Joanne Hirshfield
Deansboro, NY

James R. Suhrbier
Erica Estus
Wakefield, RI

Tom Snader
Sellersville, PA

Kevin Fearon
N. Canton, OH

Deborah Milito
Harleysville, PA

Jason Sutton
Richardson, TX
President Elect
Lisa Moris
Sugar Land, TX

Dana Saffel
Santa Rosa Beach, FL

Diana Quach
Las Vegas, NV

Stephanie Hernandez
Georgetown, MA

Greg Milanich
Brecksville, OH

Terri Fagan
Portland, OR

The Council of Presidents consists of all past and present presidential officers of ASCP and serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of Directors and the Society. The Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Directors serves as the Chair of the Council of Presidents.

Joanne Hirshfield

Chad Worz

Joe Marek

Nicki Brandt

Sharon Clackum

Jeffrey C. Delafuente

Sean Jeffery

Penny Shelton

Albert Barber

Shelly Spiro

Judy Beizer

Lee Meyer

Joseph Gruber

Robert Miller

Diane Crutchfield

Ross Brickley

Steve Feldman

Mark Sey

William Simonson

Dianne Tobias

David Kazarian

Jan Allen

Ralph Kalies

Brian Kahan

Lynn Connor

Tim Bien

Herb Langsam*

Scott Carruthers

Charles Maples

Nelson Showalter

Jack Sassone*

Elliott Tertes

Steve Adams

Arnold Cammeyer

Tom Snader

Rolf Schrader

Steve Loevner

Jerome Fine

Milton Moskowitz

Mark Abrams

Al Odell

Robert Hayes*

Larry Neimerow*

Jack Machbitz

John Kaufman*

Allan Kratz*

Richard Berman*

* deceased

Education Coordinator, Learning and Membership – Educational Affairs American Society of Consultant Pharmacists - Alexandria, VA

Reports to: Senior Director – Education

General Responsibility: This position is based on project management tasks that support the Educational Affairs Department in the development and coordination of educational initiatives with a focus on online and live products. Essential duties include coordinating educational content for online learning and providing support to participants of live and online educational activities. Travel (out-of-town) to meetings and events as needed.

Online Learning

  • Coordinating and managing peer review of all ACPE CPE and BPS BCGP products.
  • Build educational products in the learning management system (LMS).
  • Serve as point of contact for system users – triaging and responding to user calls and emails in a time-sensitive fashion.
  • Work with the learning management system’s technical support team to oversee upgrades, changes, and work orders.
  • Prepare and provide monthly recertification credit, continuing education credit, and sales reports as needed (SAE reports on monthly basis).
  • Assist and champion technical issues within the education team.
  • Lead on active learning components to webinar and live learning activities (ex: Polleverywhere, Conferences I/O, trivia, and gamification into live and online enduring programming.)
  • Handle all peer review processing – including but not limited to: working with speakers, working to identify and manage peer reviewers and timelines, being the primary point of contact for peer reviewers with EAC, and managing the agenda of the live EAC meetings to plan Annual Meetings (but not logistics for EAC meetings).
  • Building forms in YM for APPE student rotations, meetings, and serving as the conduit to the web/social media team.
  • Triaging the education@ascp.com and phone/helpdesk inquires.
  • Liaise with membership to create and maintain discount registration codes for members and meetings based upon need of the organization.

National Conferences and Ancillary Meetings

  • Coordinating and managing peer review of all ACPE CPE and BPS BCGP products.
  • Organize appropriate materials for program-related products (e.g., presentations, handouts, webinars, etc.).
  • Enter data and provide reports for educational sessions. Per above.
  • Also, managing the load of responses to call for proposals for all meetings, workshops, and educational sessions for the entire year that comes through the call.


  • Team manager of content for ASCP Now.
  • Provide customer service support for education inquiries.
  • Provide support for live and self-study continuing education courses.
  • Serve as project manager for assigned activities.
  • Provide staff support to appropriate ASCP leadership groups.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Must have: Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize competing projects; excellent communication skills, including writing, and editing; strong interpersonal and customer service skills; proficiency in MS Office, including PowerPoint. Exposure to on-line learning, knowledge of learning management systems, proficiency as a licensed pharmacy technician with experience in community practice pharmacy and/or long term care pharmacy, and/or long term care or senior care pharmacy association project management is strongly preferred. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, including your salary requirements (must have to be considered), and a resume to jobs@ascp.com. The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Type: Full-time
Required education: Bachelor's Degree

Preferred experience:

  • Management of education programs and/or LMS: 2 years
  • Licensed pharmacy technician, with community practice pharmacy and/or long term care pharmacy, and/or long term care or senior care pharmacy association project management is preferred.
  • Experienced remote worker will be considered


Promote healthy aging by empowering pharmacists with education, resources, and innovative opportunities.


Recognized expert providers of medication management. Improving the lives of older adults.


In their role as medication therapy experts, consultant and senior care pharmacists:

  • Hold their patients' interest above all others
  • Take responsibility for their patients’ medication-related needs
  • Ensure that their patients’ medications are the most appropriate, the most effective, the safest possible, and are used correctly
  • Identify, resolve, and prevent medication-related problems that may interfere with the goals of therapy

Strategic Plan

ASCP's Board of Directors and staff have established three strategic priority areas and goals for the Society from 2019-2021.

2019-2021 ASCP Strategic Plan COMING SOON.

  1. Read the ASCP Code of Ethics (PDF).
  2. Read the ASCP Bylaws.
  3. Read the ASCP Foundation Bylaws.

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