ALEXANDRIA, Va., Oct. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) is pleased today to announce Lisa Camooso Miller as their new vice president of public affairs.
"We're pleased to have such a talented and experienced communicator lead our public affairs team," said Bruce Roberts, RPh, NCPA Executive Vice President and CEO. "Lisa's blend of political, Capitol Hill, and Administration experience will undoubtedly increase our organization's volume as the voice of community pharmacy inside and outside the Beltway."
Miller comes to NCPA after having served as Communications Director for the Republican National Committee. Prior to that post, she served as deputy communications director for U.S. Speaker of the House J. Dennis Hastert, deputy public affairs director for U.S. Secretary of Commerce Donald L. Evans, and White House liaison for the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Miller started her career in New Jersey politics, having served as Special Assistant to New Jersey Governor Donald L. DiFrancesco, political director for the New Jersey Republican State Committee, and campaign manager for a state Assembly race. She also served in communications roles in the private sector, for both a trade association and public affairs firm that represented the New Jersey chemical and pharmaceutical industry.
With an undergraduate degree in Communication from the College of New Jersey and a master's degree in Corporate and Public Affairs from Monmouth University, Miller has spent her career in the public affairs arena. She and her husband reside in Alexandria, Va., with their son.
The National Community Pharmacists Association, founded in 1898,
represents the nation's community pharmacists, including the owners of more
than 23,000 pharmacies. The nation's independent pharmacies, independent
pharmacy franchises, and independent chains dispense nearly half of the
nation's retail prescription medicines.
|SOURCE National Community Pharmacists Association|
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