House Officers Biographies

Learn about leadership in the House of Delegates.

Meet Your Representatives:
Michael D. Hogue, Speaker | Joey Mattingly, Speaker-elect | Joseph Fink, Parliamentarian | Thomas Menighan, Secretary (CEO)


Michael D. Hogue, PharmD, FAPhA, FNAP, APhA Speaker of the House of Delegates

Michael Hogue is professor and chair of the department of pharmacy practice at Samford University's McWhorter School of Pharmacy, Birmingham, Alabama.  Michael is a recognized expert in the area of vaccines and immunization practice, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.  He had the distinct honor and privilege to complete APhA's executive residency in association management when it was co-sponsored by NCSPAE (now NASPA), and he completed his state pharmacy association rotation with the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin.  

Michael is no stranger to the policy process.  He has served as president of both APhA-ASP and APhA-APPM, and served as the respective policy committee chair or co-chair three times.  He has served as a delegate to the APhA House of Delegates 22 of the past 24 years, and has been the author of several items which were eventually adopted as APhA policy.  He has served in the past as speaker of the Alabama Pharmacy Association House of Delegates, and has served as APhA's HOD parliamentarian since 2010.  He has led or served on numerous policy-related task forces and work groups within APhA and APA, including service on two influential profession-wide consensus groups - the Pharmacy Services Technical Advisory Committee (PSTAC) which developed MTM CPT Codes, and the MTM Definition Consensus Conference group, which developed the profession-wide definition for MTM which is broadly accepted today.  At the state level, he has worked closely with legislative leadership to gain bi-partisan support for collaborative practice authority for pharmacists.  Michael is a thought-leader and educator in the area of vaccines and immunization practice, having devoted his 20 years of practice to improving public health through immunizations.  

In addition, Michael has a heart for community service.  He currently serves as an elder in his local church, and as member of the school board for the Gardendale (Alabama) City Schools.  He is married to a pharmacist and APhA Member, Dr. Heather Hogue, and has two daughters ages 16 and 13.  

 

T. Joseph "Joey" Mattingly, PharmD, MBA, APhA Speaker-elect of the House of Delegates
Dr. Joey Mattingly is an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and Director of Operations for PATIENTS Program at the University of Maryland.
 

Dr. Mattingly, who served as APhA-ASP Speaker of the House from 2008-2009, graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy and Gatton College of Business and Economics. After graduating in May 2009, Dr. Mattingly began his professional pharmacy practice at The Kroger Company as an EPRN super trainer, facilitating the implementation of a new pharmacy information system to more than 40 pharmacies.

After completion of the pharmacy system rollout, he managed four different Kroger Pharmacy locations between 2010 and 2012 before being promoted to serve as District 6 Pharmacy Coordinator in Carbondale, IL, overseeing operations for 12 pharmacies. In 2013, Dr. Mattingly left The Kroger Company to lead Indianapolis operations as general manager for AlixaRx, a long-term care company that provides pharmacy services and remote automated dispensing systems to 23 skilled nursing facilities across Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. Dr. Mattingly currently serves as an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, where he teaches business strategy to students in the professional program and is a strategic consultant for the University of Maryland Medical Center Department of Pharmacy. In 2016, Dr. Mattingly was selected as the graduating class Teacher of the Year. In addition to his work as a faculty member, he serves as the Director of Operations for the PATIENTS Program and is a PhD candidate in Pharmaceutical Health Services Research with a special focus in pharmacoeconomics.

 
Joseph L. Fink III, B.S.Pharm., J.D., House of Delegates Parliamentarian
Joseph L. Fink III is Professor of Pharmacy Law and Policy at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, and Professor of Public Health at the University. In addition, he is a Professor of Health Administration in the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, a unit he served as Acting Director during 1998. Finally, he has a faculty appointment as Professor of Clinical Leadership and Management in the UK College of Health Sciences.

He received his professional education in pharmacy at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and holds the degree Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was Chairman of the Moot Court Board. He is licensed to practice pharmacy in Kentucky and Pennsylvania and has been admitted to the practice of law in Kentucky and Pennsylvania as well as before the United States Supreme Court.

His scholarly works include 380 publications in the fields of law pertaining to pharmacy, pharmacists and pharmaceuticals, food and drug law, and health care law. His teaching includes a pharmacy course focusing on the law applicable to pharmacists, pharmacies, and pharmaceuticals as well as health law courses taught to undergraduate and graduate students in health administration.

He has served the APhA House of Delegates as Parliamentarian since 2000.

 
Thomas E. Menighan, BPharm, MBA, FAPhA, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer

The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) has named Thomas E. Menighan as its new Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer Designate. Menighan received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSPharm) in 1974 from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in 1990 from Averett College. Prior to rejoining APhA, Mr. Menighan was President of SynTegra Solutions Inc., in Germantown, Maryland. The company provides supply chain and chargeback auditing and consulting in risk management, 340B Systems, anti-counterfeiting, and the technology of medication information. Menighan founded SymRx, Inc., and developed CornerDrugstore.com©.

Throughout his career, Menighan has served volunteer roles within the profession of pharmacy, including president of APhA from 2001 to 2002 and a member of the APhA Board of Trustees between 1995 and 2003. He was a senior staff member of APhA from 1987 to 1992. While on staff as Senior Director of External Affairs, he managed state affairs, public relations, new business development and practice management issues. Other professional experiences include management of the PharMark Corporation, creator of RationalMed©, and licensed systems for states to conduct Drug Utilization Review for millions of state Medicaid enrollees. Menighan also founded and was a 20-year Medicine Shoppe owner in Huntington, West Virginia, and is a partner in Pharmacy Associates, Inc., a multi-state specialty pharmacy that today serves patients in much of the United States.

Menighan assumed the position of CEO on July 1, 2010

 

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