Margherita R Guiliano

Executive Vice President                                                                                                                

Connecticut Pharmacists Association

Marghie Giuliano obtained her BS in Pharmacy at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy. She worked briefly for a chain pharmacy and then opened her own community pharmacy where she practiced for seventeen years. After selling her business, Marghie served as the Board Administrator for the Connecticut Commission of Pharmacy. There she was involved in the rewriting of pharmacy state regulations and the legislative process. She also served on the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy’s Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam Review Committee. 

Since June of 1999, Marghie has been Executive Vice President of the Connecticut Pharmacists Association. She is a seasoned leader in the pharmacy community having served as President of the state association in 1997-98 and is a Past President for the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations. Marghie served on the national advisory panel of pharmacy leaders that developed Medication Therapy Management in Pharmacy Practice: Core Elements of an MTM Service Model Version 2.0 She has served on various state and national health task forces and has participated in demonstration and research projects involving women’s heart disease, smoking cessation initiatives and most recently projects in Medication Therapy Management.

Marghie championed the creation of PharmNetEx, an innovative Independent Practice Association of pharmacists that provide direct patient care services to patients. She currently is the Secretary for this company. Marghie has also presented many lectures to the pharmacy community on legislative and legal issues, and serves as a preceptor at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy. In 2003, she received the Pharmacy Distinguished Alumnus Award from the School. 

Marghie received her Certified Association Executive designation from the American Society of Association Executives in 2007. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for eHealthConnecticut - a non-profit organization with a mission to champion and sustain a secure statewide health information exchange that will dramatically improve the safety, efficiency and quality of healthcare in Connecticut.