Kathy has over three decades of experience in compounding, beginning with owning and operating her own community pharmacy and later becoming a PCAB Surveyor and independent consultant. She has aided 503(a) and (b) pharmacies with FDA inspections and 483 responses.
Kathy is a fellow of IACP (now APC) and a certified sterile compounding trainer. She served two terms on the IACP board, and as the President of the IACP Foundation, as well as chair of the compounding section of the Texas Pharmacy Association. In 2015-2016, she co-authored two IJPC articles on Root Cause Analysis. In 2018, she achieved the CISC certification from Critical Point for State Board Inspectors. Kathy’s passion lies in helping pharmacies maintain compliance through self-assessment.
Kathy’s wide range of experience as a pharmacy owner, PCAB surveyor, and consultant gives her a unique perspective on the practicalities of how class attendees can implement what they’ve learned while maintaining high quality standards and compliance. We are fortunate to have her join our faculty.
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