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Cher Y. Enderby

Candidate for Director-at-Large 2022-2024

Section of Pharmacy Educators
Cher Enderby

CHER Y. ENDERBY, Pharm.D., BCNSP, BCPS, ( is the Coordinator of Education and Staff Development at Mayo Clinic in Florida. She is the PGY1 pharmacy residency program Director, pharmacy student program director, and assistant program director of the Mayo Clinic Technician Training Program. She supports all educational efforts for the department, including training, competencies, and professional development. Enderby received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida and completed a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at Florida Hospital in Orlando. She worked clinically in solid organ transplant for several years prior to assuming her current role. Enderby is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist, board-certified nutrition support pharmacist, and an assistant professor of pharmacy with the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.

Enderby was appointed to the inaugural Section of Pharmacy Educators Executive Committee, currently serving as director at large. Her service to ASHP includes involvement with the ASHP Section of Clinical Specialists and Scientists Section Advisory Group on Preceptor Skills Development and the ASHP Section of Inpatient Care Practitioners Section Advisory Group on Pharmacy Practice Experiences Precepting where she recently served as chair. Enderby has served as an ASHP poster mentor, CV reviewer, moderator, and presenter throughout the years. She served on the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Solid Organ Transplantation Role Delineation Task Force. She has been an active member of the Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists serving on several councils and has held leadership roles at the local level including president of the Northeast Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists in 2014.



As pharmacy continues to advance, preparation and readiness of the pharmacy workforce in meeting everchanging needs is critical. Ensuring pharmacy school graduates are well prepared to enter the workforce, addressing the demand for our profession, and preparing the pharmacy workforce to take on expanded and specialized pharmacist and technician roles are some areas of focus.

ASHP provides a strong voice for pharmacy. As members of this section, working in close collaboration with ASHP’s overall efforts, we can tackle relevant issues by: determining future pharmacy education and workforce needs; promoting the value of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy learners; educating the pharmacy workforce on diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural competence/humility; promoting well-being and resilience for pharmacy educators and our learners; creating easy to navigate resources that can be utilized by all members; and continuing to develop educational programming on important and timely topics. I am continuously impressed by valuable resources created by and accomplishments of ASHP members that support and advance our profession.

The ASHP Section of Pharmacy Educators combines my passion for pharmacy, education, and the development of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and learners. Working with Section advisory groups and having insight as a member of the inaugural Section of Pharmacy Educators Executive Committee allows for continued development and success of our section to meet the mission, vision, and strategic goals. I truly appreciate this nomination and would be honored to continue to serve all of you in the Section of Pharmacy Educators, ASHP, and our profession.