A North Carolina native, Dr. Amy Henneman is currently an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy. Dr. Henneman teaches in disease prevention and the integrated pharmacotherapy sequence and is a facilitator for both case studies and communications lab. In addition, Dr. Henneman is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS) and currently serves as the ambulatory care clinical pharmacist at the Diabetes Education and Research Center in West Palm Beach where she also precepts fourth-year pharmacy students and pharmacy residents. She serves on the residency advocacy committee and the student success committee for the School of Pharmacy. Dr. Henneman is faculty co-advisor for the National Community Pharmacy Association chapter at the Gregory School of Pharmacy. She currently serves as the administrator of MedData Services medication assistance program for Palm Beach County. Dr. Henneman is active in several professional organizations including the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists (ASHP), the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), and the Rho Chi Honor Society. Dr. Henneman received a bachelor of science in biology at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia, followed by completion of the doctor of pharmacy program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. She completed a post-graduate general practice residency at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center. Her residency provided various practice experiences in both the inpatient and ambulatory care settings in addition to opportunities to precept pharmacy students. Dr. Henneman is blessed to be able to return to PBA to assist in the training of future generations of pharmacists.