Kristen A. Binaso, RPh, CCP, FASCP

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Kristen A. Binaso, RPh, CCP, FASCP
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Kristen A. Binaso, RPh, CCP, FASCP is the senior director, corporate alliances for the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) in Washington, D.C. APhA is the largest and oldest national professional society of pharmacists with more than 62,000 members nationwide. Her group is responsible for helping the pharmaceutical industry reach pharmacists on a variety of different issues through APhA products and services.

Binaso is a 1997 graduate of Rutgers, The State University, College of Pharmacy and a fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. Binaso is passionate about geriatric care and is certified as a consultant pharmacist in New Jersey. She serves as an invited speaker and instructor at various national conferences, activities, and events. She has extensive background in recruitment and pharmacy operations in the retail sector with CVS/Pharmacy and Rite-Aid. Binaso is also certificate-trained in immunizations and is an APhA media advisor.

Binaso is an experienced spokeswoman and is regularly called upon for media interviews. Recently she was interviewed by CNN Headline News, Good Morning America, KENS-5 in San Antonio, and FOX Business News. She has been quoted in national and local print publications, including Women's Health,Real Simple,Readers Digest, and The Washington Post. She serves as the pharmacist expert for the Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign TheAntiDrug.com. She works on a part-time basis for Target Pharmacy where she enjoys working with patients and talking to them about their health and the importance of the medications they are taking.



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