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Maureen Judkins, MS, RPh, PharmD, MS, RPh
Chairperson, 2024 - 2026


Maureen currently helps patients as a Clinical Pharmacist.  She graduated from The University of Wyoming in 2009 with her PharmD. She also has a Master's in Kinesiology and Health from UWYO where she completed her assistantship and lectured for three years. Prior to her relocation to Massachusetts in 2017, she was the Pharmacy Manager of Summit View Medical Commons, a non-profit subsidiary of Banner Health. 


Ryann Abrams, Pharm.D.
President 2024-2026

Ryann joined Greater Lawrence Family Health Center in Lawrence, MA in 2022 where she currently works as the Director of Pharmacy. Prior to joining the GLFHC team, Ryann worked for Rite Aid in various field and corporate leadership roles and capacities, and participated on several organizational boards and committees during her time with the organization. Her pharmacy career experience includes pharmacy operations management, PACE program management, learning and development and talent management, LEAN training, university relations and professional recruitment, clinical pharmacy practice, pharmacy management, and field training. She graduated from Northeastern University with her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree in 2004, and was a member of the NU Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving team. Following graduation, she completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency with emphasis on Ambulatory Care and Geriatrics at the VA Boston Healthcare System in 2005. She has been an active member of MPhA, serving on the Board of Directors since 2017 and as the APhA Massachusetts State Delegate from 2019-2020. During her time away from pharmacy, Ryann enjoys yoga, cooking, and spending time with her family and dogs. Ryann lives in the Merrimack Valley with her husband, Shane, and two children, Levi and Georgia.

Allison Burns, PharmD
President- Elect  2024 - 2026

Allison Burns is a veteran, pharmacist, and founder of EMO Health. She is a certified recovery coach trainer and faculty member at Northeastern University and MCPHS University.

Allison’s innovative solutions arise from her diverse experiences, from serving in the military to running a 95-bed addiction treatment facility.

She believes in social responsibility and corporate citizenship, and has been advising government and state agencies since 2017.  She serves a board member and director on several committees including the Massachusetts Pharmacists Association, the Boston Women’s Leadership Council, and former Mayor of Boston Martin Walsh’s Mass & Cass Task Force.   


Joanne Doyle-Petrongolo, Pharm.D.
Secretary, 2024- 2026


Courtney Doyle-Campbell, PharmD, MBA, BCACP, AHSCP-CHC
Treasurer, 2023 - 2025


Dr. Courtney Doyle-Campbell is a Clinical Professor of Ambulatory Care and Director of the Pharmacy Distance Learning Pathways at Western New England University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist and certified hypertension clinician. She manages the hypertension specialty clinic at Trinity Health of New England Medical Group in Springfield, MA. Courtney operates under a collaborative practice agreement with the Trinity providers.

Courtney is active with the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), serving on the APhA-APPM’s Policy Standing Committee and as a delegate each year for the House of Delegates. At WNEU, she is the chapter advisor for APhA-ASP and the coordinator and trainer for the APhA immunization certificate training program and trainer for the MTM program.

Along with her work at Western New England University and Trinity, Courtney’s areas of interest are primary care, resistant HTN, HF, social determinants of health, motivational interviewing, and advocacy.



Tiffany Bartke, PharmD
Director, 2022- 2025

Tiffany Bartke is a pharmacist with a passion for advancing the profession of pharmacy to provide the best possible patient care. She began her career as a pharmacy technician in 2007 which ignited her passion for pharmacy and then continued as an intern until she graduated from MCPHS in 2011 with her PharmD. Tiffany has worked across Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont in her roles as pharmacist, pharmacy manager and in her current role of Healthcare Supervisor. She also serves as a Board Member on APHA's Pharmacy Today Magazine to help select relevant content to be shared with the magazine's readers. 

Timothy Fensky, RPh
Director, 2022 - 2025
Silky Kaur, PharmD, MBA
Director, 2022 - 2025

Silky Kaur, Pharm.D., RPh is a clinical pharmacist for two independent community pharmacy companies in Massachusetts - Dinno Health & Olden's Pharmacy. She is a 2020 Doctor of Pharmacy graduate from MCPHS University in Boston, MA. After graduation, Silky completed a PGY1 community-based residency with Walgreens & MCPHS University focused on medication therapy management, diabetes care, specialty pharmacy practice, and academia. She earned her Master’s degree (MBA) in Healthcare Management at MCPHS University. Her practice interests and current work involves enhanced clinical services in the community pharmacy setting, diabetes management, experiential education and pharmacy advocacy. She is passionate about pharmacy and enjoys advocating for the profession, especially promoting the importance of multidisciplinary, collaborative work. She has been an active member of MPhA since 2018 in various capacities, including her previous role as Pharmacy Student Representative (2019-2021). 
Kathy Keough

Kathy is Director of Government Relations for Atrius Health, where she is responsible for state and federal legislative and regulatory issues. With over 30 years of experience in health care Ms. Keough has held a variety of public policy positions in the private sector as well as the public sector and worked for 10 years at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Ms. Keough serves as a member of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) Government Affairs Leadership Council, and serves on the Board of the Massachusetts Health Council, the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation and the Massachusetts Pharmacists Association (MPhA) where she also serves as chair of the Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Committee. Ms. Keough was awarded the Outstanding Public Policy Advocate of the Year by the Visiting Nurse Association of American in 2015 and previously was the recipient of the “Pharmacist of the Year Award” by MPhA for her work in passing CDTM legislation, the first non-pharmacist to receive this prestigious award. A graduate of Suffolk University, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Ms. Keough received her Master’s Degree from the McCormick Institute of Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. Ms. Keough is also actively involved with several nonprofit organizations.

Diane Martin, RPh, ACE

Director 2023-2026


DIANE MARTIN, RPh, ACE, is employed at the Lowell Community Health Center. Diane has expanded the health center’s pharmacy services, from one pharmacy site in Lawrence in 2005 to six pharmacy sites in Lawrence, Methuen and Haverhill in 2020. She heads GLFHC’s COVID Vaccination and Treatment Program, which has served thousands of residents across the Merrimack Valley. Diane has also created GLFHC’s Clinical Pharmacy Services program in 2010, and with her team started a Pharmacy Residency in July, 2014. Diane has completed a LEADS fellowship which provides Harvard Business School training for leaders to tackle some of the area’s biggest issues such as housing, healthcare and the opioid crisis. Diane has worked with HRSA as a 340B Peer to Peer Mentor and most recently completed the Apexus Advanced 340B Operations Certificate Program and is now recognized as a 340B Apexus Certified Expert (ACE) in the 340B Drug Pricing Program.


Diane has been the recipient of multiple awards including the HRSA Life Saving Patient Safety Award, and Outstanding Executive Leader Award. Technology Innovator of the Year award given by the Pharmacy Times and Parata Systems and the Bowl of Hygeia award and the President’s award from the Massachusetts Pharmacists Association.


In the past, Diane has volunteered with Partners in Development (PID), traveling to Haiti and Guatemala, committed to providing pharmaceutical services and clinician support to areas impacted by natural disasters.

A native of the Merrimack Valley, Diane was born and raised in Lawrence and currently lives in Windham, N.H.

Trisha LaPointe, PharmD, BCPS, FASHP, FMSHP
Director 2023-2025

Dr. LaPointe received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Northeastern University, Boston, MA and completed a PGY-1 residency at Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, MA.   She is currently a Professor of Pharmacy Practice at MCPHS University Boston Campus. 

She has been an active member of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP) having served as the student chapter faculty liaison, member of the section of inpatient care practitioner’s education subcommittee, and currently serving on the ASHP Section Advisory Group on Pharmacy Practice Experiences where she has served as Vice Chair.  Most recently, Dr. LaPointe is serving as chair of the Collaboration between Health Systems and Academia with in the Section of Pharmacy Educators. Dr. LaPointe is the current President of the Massachusetts Pharmacist Association (MPhA) Foundation, which supports student scholarships and pharmacists education opportunities. Of note, Dr. LaPointe with MPhA was very active in advocating within the state for legislation recognizing pharmacist as providers. Dr. LaPointe most recently has served as the Massachusetts Delegate to the American Pharmacist Association.

Dr. LaPointe is a Board-Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist with a practice site in in- patient general medicine at Lowell General Hospital where she precepts students.  Her teaching and scholarly interests are in the area of women’s health and student mentoring. Dr. LaPointe has published and presented on these topics, regionally and nationally.  Dr. LaPointe has been recognized as a fellow of ASHP and MSHP.


Hina Saleem, PharmD
Director 2024-2027

Hina earned a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 2009. She began her career with Walgreens as a pharmacy intern in Shrewsbury, MA in September 2009, and she has held various roles within the organization including Pharmacy Manager and Registered Store Manager. In early 2018, Hina was promoted to a District Manager position in Boston and in 2020 moved into her current role as a Healthcare Supervisor. Aside from her commitments towards these roles, she supports the Region leading clinical services as well as other initiatives including serving as the Health Testing Advocate, MTM Lead, Health Equity Lead and Business Resource Group REACH Membership Lead to support diversity and inclusion. Hina’s active participation with various Pharmacy Schools in New England along with Boards of Pharmacy has also shown her strong commitment for the pharmacy profession and our company vision and strategy. Hina has been practicing pharmacy for the past 15 years. She has demonstrated a commitment to quality patient care, safety, and compliance during her professional career. She has given back to the profession through teaching and service through city, state, and national organizations.

Leah Giambarresi, PharmD
Director 2024-2027

I am a lifelong resident of Massachusetts and completed my pharmacy degree at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Currently, I work as the Director of Retail Pharmacy Services for Beth Israel Lahey Health. In this role I oversee the operation of our 5 retail pharmacy locations in Massachusetts. Our pharmacies are integrated within the healthcare system of Beth Israel Lahey health and service both patients and employees throughout the Commonwealth. Prior to this role some of my previous positions include working as a Director for Genoa Healthcare overseeing their pharmacies located within community Mental Health Centers, as well as Pharmacy District Manager roles with Albertson’s (Shaw’s and Star Market), and Rite Aid. I have also served as a Board Member on the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy.


I believe it is helpful and important to have someone with my diverse pharmacy experiences that allow me to bring additional insight and knowledge to our decision-making processes when dealing with public safety and healthcare concerns. My experiences both in health system pharmacies as well as traditional retail pharmacies allow me to evaluate and understand a broad range of issues that can arise in todays pharmacy environments.

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