|Who We Are|
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.
To contact ASCP, please use this form, or call 703-739-1300.
The ASCP Bylaws provide for 13 members on the Board of Directors: 4 officers (president, chairman of the board, president-elect, and secretary-treasurer) and 9 additional directors (1 elected from each of ASCP’s 8 regions listed below, and 1 at-large director). 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 3-year term before running for an officer position. Each director serves a 3-year term and elections are staggered, such that 3 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.
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.
Jeffrey C. Delafuente
Membership Acquisition Coordinator
The membership team member functions as the liaison between ASCP and its members, customers, and prospective members. This includes answering customer service queries, devising regular membership communications, maintaining membership records, and overseeing membership recruitment and retention programs and promotional programs.
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Membership Marketing, Acquisition, and Retention
Member Services, Benefits, & Programs
Database Management & Reporting
Education/Experience: BA/BS Degree. Experience with membership software or with email marketing automation is desired.
Communication Skills: Excellent oral and written skills necessary. Ability to communicate with individuals at many different levels. Strong customer service skills. Strong interpersonal, organizational, time management and telephone skills.
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
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: