Specialty Council on Compounded Sterile Preparations Pharmacy

2022 Members

Barbara A. Knightly, PharmD, RPh {Chair}
CSP_KnightlyKnightly brings over 25 years of pharmacy regulatory leadership, including sterile compounding, long-term care consulting, and home infusion experience. She completed her BS in Pharmacy from Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Sciences and received her Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Kansas. Prior experience includes Pentec Health, Walgreens (Option Care) Home Infusion and Christiana Care Infusion Services as well as the Director of Pharmacy for Cardiac Solutions, a national company specializing in disease management programs for CHF, CAD, COPD and DM and having a centralized pharmacy. She was also the recipient of SmartCEO’s Executive Management Award in 2015.

Binh Nguyen, PharmD, MSRegSci, BCSCP {Vice Chair}
BNguyenNguyen is the Educator for the Office of Training and Education within Office of Regulatory Affairs at the Food and Drug Administration specializing in pharmaceutical training.  He is also a per diem clinical and IV Pharmacist at Fountain Valley Hospital, a 400-bed acute care hospital with pharmacy residency and internship programs.  He has 18+ years of pharmaceutical inspection experience (Level III Certified Pharmaceutical Inspectorate, Level II Drug Auditor, drug branch chief, director regulatory review officer) in biotech, sterile injectable, sterile compounding, positron emission tomography, and other dosage forms.  He completed his doctorate in pharmacy and master in regulatory science at the University of Southern California.

Corbin Bennett, PharmD  
2018CSP_BennettBennett is the Sr. Director of Oncology and Outpatient Infusion Pharmacy Services for Kaiser Permanente and manages oversight of oncology pharmacy and home infusion pharmacy services nationally. Bennett specializes in sterile compounding policy development, facilities design, and standardization of work processes and systems. Corbin received his PharmD from University of California, San Francisco, a General Practice Residency from University of California, San Francisco, and Masters in Public Health from University of California, Berkeley.

Dana Albers, PharmD, BCSCP
Dana AlbersAlbers is the Principle IV Pharmacist at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center, providing sterile compounding services to a large medical center and its affiliated facilities, including pediatric and orthopedic hospitals, several outpatient surgery centers and an eye surgery center. She specializes in managing a dynamic workflow to provide customized injectables for this array of patients, as well as developing high-risk IV builds and order sets. She completed her bachelor’s degree in business administration specializing in computer science engineering from University of Florida and graduated summa cum laude from Wingate University School of Pharmacy in 2011.

Mike Carroll, BSPharm, RPh, BCSCP
Carroll is the Senior Director of Pharmacy for Option Care Health, the nation’s largest independent provider for home infusion therapy. He has national responsibility for the companies 94 clean rooms as well as all sterile compounding related practices. Carroll has over 20 years in pharmacy leadership in both the home infusion and health system fields. He specializes and clean room and facility design as well as compliance with compounding and regulatory standards. Mike is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island where he received a Bachelor of Science degree. He sits on the Vermont Board of Pharmacy where he served as Vice Chair for 2021.

James Finney, PharmD, BCPS, BCSCP
James FinneyFinney is currently the pharmacy operations coordinator at The Villages Regional Hospital in the Villages, Florida. In addition he manages sterile compounding activities at Bayfront Seven Rivers hospital in Crystal, River. He has practice experience in hospital pharmacy, home health care pharmacy and research pharmacy. He received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Georgia. He received a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of South Florida. Jim serves as clinical associate professor of pharmacy at both the University of Florida’s and the University of South Florida’s schools of pharmacy.

Jessica Hawkins, PharmD, BCSCP, BCPS
JHawkinsHawkins is the Sterile Compounding Pharmacy Program Manager at the Lexington VA Health Care System in Lexington, KY.  She coordinates and oversees compounding activities for the medical facility’s main hospital and long-term care center, as well as a variety of outpatient specialty clinics including urology, ophthalmology, infusion, dermatology, and chemotherapy.  She earned her PharmD from Ohio Northern University and completed a Pharmacy Practice residency at Baptist Health Lexington.

Sarrah Hein, PharmD, BCPPS
 I am currently a pharmacy manager at Akron Children’s Hospital- Mahoning Valley Campus. I also act as the clinical specialist for our level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. I graduated from Ohio Northern University, received my PGY1 residency from Shands at the University of Florida, and my PGY2 from John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. I am working toward my Masters in Business Administration. I live in Northeast Ohio with my husband and two teenage children. I look forward to working on the committee .

Kathleen J. Kane, PharmD, BCSCP, DPLA
 Over the past thirteen years, Dr. Kane focused her career on compounding pharmacy. While working in community, institutional, and industry settings she developed extensive expertise on the evolving compounding regulation standards. Prior to beginning pharmacy school, Dr. Kane was laboratory manager for an independent community compounding pharmacy. Dr. Kane graduated from Chicago State University-College of Pharmacy with a PharmD degree in 2014. During her time there she focused her studies on improving the focus on compounding within the curriculum. She led the creation of compounding training videos and establishing CSU-COP as a competitor in the regional and national SPCC- Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition. After graduation, Dr. Kane expanded her knowledge by working on Phase 1 and Phase 2 clinical trials with a local drug manufacturer. Currently at University of Chicago, she is working on designing and constructing cleanroom spaces that meet the new cGMP and USP standards.