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Amy M. Henneman

Amy M. Henneman, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS, CDCES ([email protected]), is an associate professor of pharmacy practice within the Belmont University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with a dual faculty appointment as a founding member of the faculty within the Frist College of Medicine at Belmont University.  She is also an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist with Neighborhood Health in Nashville, Tennessee. where she precepts students and residents. She earned her Pharm.D. from Palm Beach Atlantic University and completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency at the West Palm Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Henneman currently serves as a member of the Section of Pharmacy Educators (SPE) Advisory Group (SAG) on Development of the Educational Workforce. Her previous service includes Chair and Vice Chair of the SPE SAG on Postgraduate Education and Learning Experiences. Prior to this she served within the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners Educational Steering Committee for nine years. Previously, Henneman also served within the Florida Society of Health System Pharmacists as an appointed member of both the Membership Affairs Council and the Ambulatory Care Steering Committee. She has been a speaker at ASHP meetings and contributed to both webinars and podcasts.


I have been in pharmacy education as both faculty and preceptor since the beginning of my career. I am just as excited today about the role we have in shaping the future of pharmacy as I was when I started. Early in my career, I recognized the important role organizations such as ASHP have in the development of our pharmacy workforce. Pharmacy education and postgraduate training are facing many challenges. From workplace conditions to enrollment and the changing needs of our learners, we have much to address. I believe it is within our Section Advisory Groups that we lay the groundwork for the resources that will help us tackle our current challenges.

My roles as faculty, preceptor, and previous residency program director have allowed me to gain an in-depth understanding of the unique challenges faced by our pharmacy educators. In my various roles within ASHP and the Section of Pharmacy Educators, I have worked to help identify and address the diverse needs our members encounter through teaching and training. The work accomplished within the first 3 years of the Section of Pharmacy Educators has been great, and I am happy to have been a part of this group.

I look forward to continuing to work with the Section to address the changing needs of both our learners and educators. With my history of service and leadership within ASHP, I am prepared and would be honored to serve as director-at-large.