Get Involved

While membership dues are paid by the boards of pharmacy, it is the members and staff of the 54 active member boards that make NABP the successful, progressive Association it is today. As board of pharmacy members, your input is essential to addressing the many issues facing boards of pharmacy and the practice today. Participation in these activities is a rewarding way to assist in our shared mission to protect public health. 

Explore our opportunities to get involved with committees, task forces, meetings, and more. 

Explore our opportunities to get involved with committees, task forces, meetings, and more.

Committee and Task Forces

We offer a variety of committees and task forces charged with researching, reviewing, and addressing important industry topics: 

Annual Meeting

The NABP Annual Meeting allows pharmacy board members, staff, and other pharmacy stakeholders to take an active role in protecting public health. During the meeting, members elect NABP Executive Committee officers and members, as well as discuss and vote on policies via resolutions and guide the direction of the Association. Attendees also participate in educational sessions about current industry topics and issues and have opportunities to network.  

District Meetings

District meetings provide opportunities for members to stay up to date on regional developments, discuss relevant health care issues, and collaborate with pharmacy professionals in their area to discuss current topics such as regulatory issues, development of programs and examinations, and public health initiatives within their district. NABP and AACP have a unique opportunity to address not only professional issues affecting today’s pharmacy practice, but also educational matters influencing tomorrow’s pharmacists. 

Additionally, in preparation for the 119th NABP Annual Meeting, candidates seeking nomination for 2023-2024 Executive Committee member positions will be announced and voted upon, and resolutions for consideration will also be presented.


Forums offer members an opportunity to  share ongoing public health programs and initiatives that may help other boards. The closed sessions include panel discussions and networking opportunities. Read more about what to expect at the Executive Officer Forum and Member Forum.