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  • Title : President and CE0

    Company Name: Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada

    Industry : Executive Office

    Location : Toronto,ON,Canada

    Specialty : Strategic Communications; Strategic Planning; Public Policy; Leadership Management; Project Management; Internal Communications; Stakeholder Management; Executive Business Analysis; Advertising; Public Relations Management; Risk Management; Negotiations; Contractual Negotiations

    Biography :

    Denise Carpenter is an experienced senior business executive with demonstrated expertise in strategic planning, public policy, leadership development and change management. She was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores (CACDS), now known as the Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada, in January 2013.
    Neighbourhood Pharmacies is the strong voice and advocate for the business of neighbourhood pharmacy and its vital role in sustaining the accessibility, quality and affordability of patient care for Canadians. Association members own and operate Canada’s leading drug store brands, serving patients at approximately 6,500 locations across the country. Focusing on better patient
    care, better patient outcomes and better costs, Neighbourhood Pharmacies is driving innovative solutions, through advocacy, networking, research and information services.
    She serves as a Director of Thunder Bay Hydro Corporation, Crow’s Theatre and Oshawa Power and Utilities Corporation. She is an active member of IWF (International Women’s Forum ) and is a national advisor for Gold Medal Plates.
    Denise Carpenter has served as a guest lecturer and executive in residence at the University of Alberta’s MBA program, and written and lectured widely on stakeholder relations, including the Fellows Program at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard.
    She specializes in governance, business strategy, risk management, public policy and has a broad network of business, government as well as community leader relationships.

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