Glen Doucet appointed CEO of the Canadian Pharmacists Association
February 25, 2019 (Ottawa): The Board of Directors of the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Glen Doucet, Interim CEO and Vice-President Professional and Public Affairs, as the Association’s next permanent CEO, effective immediately.
Glen has been interim CEO since December 2017 and brings more than 26 years’ expertise in health care association leadership, government relations and strategic communications to the position. He has earned a reputation as an innovative strategist, transformational leader, relationship builder and persuasive communicator.
“Glen’s experience, proven leadership skills and his stellar performance and considerable achievements as Interim CEO made him the unanimous choice of the Board and we couldn’t be happier that he accepted the position,” says Board Chair Christine Hrudka. “During his time as Interim CEO, significant progress was made to advance the Association’s strategic plan priorities while, at the same time, reducing operating costs to produce a 2018 operating surplus.”
“I am honoured to be given the responsibility and opportunity to help build an even stronger and more vibrant CPhA,” says Glen Doucet. “On behalf of its Members and the profession it serves, we will continue to advance CPhA as one of the most respected, influential and impactful Associations in Canada.”
Glen also serves as the vice-chair of Hypertension Canada’s Board of Directors as well as a member of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation.
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About the Canadian Pharmacists Association
The Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) is the uniting national voice of pharmacy and the pharmacist profession in Canada. As pharmacists undertake an enhanced role in the delivery of health care services, CPhA ensures that the profession is recognized as a national leader in health care, influencing the policies, programs, budgets and initiatives affecting the profession and the health of Canadians.