Heather Zenk, RPh, PharmD

Heather Zenk, RPh, PharmD

President, Distribution Services and Supply Chain Operations

Heather Zenk, R.Ph., PharmD., is President, Distribution Services and Supply Chain Operations at AmerisourceBergen Corporation. In this role, she has responsibly for the entire U.S .distribution network of human and animal health products, as well as developing and implementing traceability business processes and technology that will enhance patient safety, further secure the pharmaceutical supply chain and create broader service offerings to manufacturer partners and AmerisourceBergen customers. In addition, Heather also manages customer support, business enablement efforts, as well as replenishment and manufacturer operations.

Heather’s combination of operational skills and business acumen uniquely positioned her to lead AmerisourceBergen’s COVID-19 response team. In this capacity, she served as a vital resource to our associates, hospital systems and dispenser customers, as well as our manufacturer partners helping them navigate the complexities that COVID-19 brought to the pharmaceutical supply chain.

Heather has 20 years of pharmacy, procurement, distribution and supply chain experience, which she has utilized in her career at AmerisourceBergen including that of SVP, Replenishment and Manufacturer Operations, Vice President, Distribution Center Manager at the Chicago Distribution Center, SAP business liaison; and running operations at the Canadian Distribution network. Heather received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, MN, and a Doctorate of Pharmacy degree in 2000, from the University of Minnesota.

All Sessions by Heather Zenk, RPh, PharmD

Thinc Main Agenda Sunday May 22, 2022
5:20 pm - 5:55 pm

Overcoming Public Health Challenges and Paving the Way for Healthcare Transformation: Where are We Today?  

  • Explore private and public sector partnerships to elevate disease prevention efforts and maximize the impact of public health initiatives
  • Discuss effective ways to accelerate community health programs to keep individuals healthy including vulnerable and high-risk populations
  • Understand the role of public health to address health inequities
  • Examine efforts to combat the workforce crisis in public health
Moderator: Mary Grealy