Women Leading in a Crisis – Part 1 with Dr. Helen McKnight

It’s been exciting to watch several female pharmacy leaders of health systems all across the country during this past year!
After reading HBR’s article in December 2020 on Women Are Better Leaders During a Crisis, we decided to interview some female pharmacy leaders to hear how they were handling the COVID Crisis. https://lnkd.in/gthJ9ZC

To kick off the series, our guest is Helen McKnight. Helen graduated from University of Florida with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at University of Maryland Medical System. She has been a pharmacist for 25+ years. Her current role is Director of Pharmacy Services at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama. Prior to moving to Alabama, Dr. McKnight practiced Pharmacy in South Florida and Upstate New York. She has been fortunate to be part of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists “Leading Edge” and ASHP Foundation “Pharmacy Leadership Academy” programs. In 2016, Dr. McKnight completed her MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management from New England College in New Hampshire. In 2019, Dr McKnight became the first Alabama pharmacist to pass the Board of Pharmacy Specialties-Compounded Sterile Preparations exam.

Helen shares about the “Seasons of Leadership”

Guest – Helen McKnight , PharmD, MBA
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Host – Hillary Blackburn, PharmD
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