Globalization: The DNA Of DIA

Source: DIA

In celebration of DIA's 60th anniversary, former DIA President Minnie Baylor-Henry offers a compelling glimpse into her distinguished career spanning pharmacy and law. A graduate of Howard University's College of Pharmacy, Baylor-Henry's journey encompasses diverse roles in retail, hospital, and nursing home pharmacy, culminating in the ownership of her own apothecary shop. Concurrently pursuing her passion for law, she attended Catholic University's Columbus School of Law while working as a pharmacist by day. Baylor-Henry's groundbreaking career led her to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), where she merged her pharmacy background with legal expertise. As an integral part of FDA's Division of Drug Marketing, Advertising, and Communications (DDMAC), she later transitioned to become FDA's National Health Fraud Coordinator, pioneering efforts to combat health fraud across federal and state agencies.

Read along as Baylor-Henry shares insights from her remarkable journey and discusses the intersection of pharmacy, law, and public health regulation.

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