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WASHINGTON — The American Pharmacists Association is looking for a new CFO to replace Roger Browning, who will retire, the group said Tuesday.
Browning has worked in senior financial executive positions for the APhA since 1995, serving as SVP finance and CFO since 2007. Before working for the APhA, he was VP finance at the International Franchise Association.
“Roger Browning has done a phenomenal job of leading APhA through complex and challenging financial times the last 16 years as the organization grew exponentially and new subsidiary enterprises were created,” APhA EVP and CEO Tom Menighan said. “Additionally, Roger and his team guided us through the complexities of building and restoring a building on the National Mall.”