Officers & Executive Committee Members 2022-2023 PDF: Click Here
2021-2022 Officers & Executive Committee Members Bios PDF: Click Here
Alan McGill is a Senior Supervisory Special Agent with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General and currently assigned to the Office of Public Engagement. Agent McGill has been a professional investigator for over 35 years with 27 years in law enforcement. He served nearly 20 years at the Bureaus of Narcotics Investigation and Drug Control with his previous assignment being a Street Supervisor and Drug Diversion Unit Supervisor. He also served as an Undercover Narcotics Agent, Drug Task Force Coordinator, Drug Diversion Agent, Computer Voice Stress Analyst, PDMP BNI Statewide Supervisor, Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Program member and an "A" and "B" Technician installing wiretap equipment. Although Agent McGill's undercover experience is extensive, he is best known as a subject matter expert in Drug Diversion and is court qualified as an expert. Agent McGill routinely conducts Drug Diversion presentations and trainings for practitioners and law enforcement in Pennsylvania. Agent McGill also conducts drug diversion lectures at over 25 university practitioner programs in Pennsylvania and is a national speaker on the subject. In addition to conducting training lectures, Agent McGill also authored an article published in The Keystone Veterinary Magazine on Drug Diversion in veterinary practices and he has hosted podcasts for the Office of Attorney General that can be found on the Pennsylvania Attorney General website. Agent McGill joined NASCSA (National Association of State Controlled Substance Authorities) in 2014 serving on various committees including co-chairing the Education Committee and chairing the Executive Committee. In 2021 he was elected President of NASCSA. He also created The NASCSA Podcast and is the current producer and host.
Eric is the Director of Compliance & Enforcement for the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy. He oversees the daily operations of the Compliance & Enforcement Division, managing a staff of more than thirty investigators and support staff. He routinely directs major investigations, facilitates public outreach and training, and coordinates multi-agency initiatives. Eric started his law enforcement career at Delaware County Sheriff’s Office where he served in numerous positions including Detective, Sergeant, Drug Task Commander, and Lieutenant. Eric has led and participated in a multitude of investigations at the State and Federal Level in the prosecution of Homicides and Major Drug Offenders to Health Care Professionals. As a Lieutenant, he supervised and oversaw the daily operations of the Detective Bureau, Drug Task Force and Administrative Investigations. Eric has more than twenty years of law enforcement experience and has attended countless training sessions across the country. Eric regularly presents on issues concerning drugs of abuse and diversion to law enforcement, administrative agencies, and the general public.
Sidney is a pharmacist and graduated from Oxford, MS., B.S. Pharmacy 1985, University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy; 1985-2011, Super D/USA Drugs, Pharmacist, PIC, District Supervisory positions; 2011-present, Mississippi Board of Pharmacy, Sr. Compliance Agent, Pharmacy regulatory/Drug Diversion/Fraud cases with MS Bureau of Narcotics, Medicaid, MS AGO, DEA, and FBI; 2014-2017, Secretary MS Chapter of NADDI (Nat’l Assn of Drug Diversion Investigators), Mississippi Opioid and Addiction Town Hall Meetings, Speaker/Presenter, Avid college sports fan, music aficionado, and collector of signed first addition books; Proud husband, father, and grandfather.
Joe is currently the Executive Director / Chief Operations Officer for the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy directly responsible for the Louisiana Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) as well as the Board's Compliance, Licensing, and Administrative Divisions. In December of 1990, he obtained a B.S. in Pharmacy from Northeast Louisiana University and was licensed as a Louisiana Pharmacist in March of 1991. After practicing in both the independent and chain retail sector of pharmacy for 12 years he was selected in 2002 as a Compliance Officer for the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. In 2008, he was chosen by the Board to be the PMP Manager and in December 2012 was selected to be the Assistant Executive Director and has served the Board in that capacity to the present.
Melissa DeNoon, R.Ph., joined the SD Board of Pharmacy in February 2016 as the South Dakota Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (SD PDMP) Director. She obtained her B.S. in Pharmacy from South Dakota State University in May 1991 and focused her career in retail pharmacy. Melissa began her retail career as a staff pharmacist for Walgreens in Phoenix, AZ, in June 1991 and was promoted to pharmacy manager in 1997. She transferred with Walgreens to Sioux Falls, SD, in April 2000 and was pharmacy manager at three stores from 2000 to 2012. After 21 years with Walgreens, Melissa accepted the pharmacy manager position at the Brookings, SD, Walmart Pharmacy. She brings a passion to her role as PDMP Director having witnessed throughout her 25 years in retail pharmacy the distressing effects controlled substance misuse, abuse, and diversion have on the individual and their family. As PDMP Director, she is a member of the PMP InterConnect Steering Committee, the RxCheck Governance Board, the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI), and the NASCSA PMP Committee including three of its subcommittees.
Jason joined the Delaware Office of Controlled Substances in September of 2017 as the Delaware PMP Administrator. He holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Wilkes University and is a licensed pharmacist in Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Prior to becoming the Delaware PMP Administrator, Jason served in a management role for several pharmacy retailers. Jason also served as a consultant for RxWiki and as a Medical Science Liaison for a company specializing in pharmacogenomics. Jason is responsible for the management and daily operation of Delaware’s PMP program. He sits on several advisory boards and committees in the State of Delaware and nationally.
Rodrick Marriott currently serves as the Director of the Connecticut Drug Control Division at the Department of Consumer Protection, and is the youngest person ever to serve in that role. Prior to his time as director, Rodrick was a Drug Control Agent with the state for nearly 10 years, and practiced pharmacy from 2004 to 2008. Rodrick graduated from Northeastern University with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2004 and lives in Cheshire Connecticut wife his wife and two small children.
Stella Bailey oversees the function and strategic priorities of the North Carolina's DHHS Justice Systems Innovation Section, situated in the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services. Stella has an MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and was a Fellow of the UK's Royal Society for Public Health from 2016 to 2020. Before returning to the US in 2019, Stella provided strategic leadership in substance misuse prevention and community safety to local government. Stella is well versed in navigating competing demands of innovations in health and data technology, with existing legislative requirements to address complex issues resulting in successful policies to improve pathways to services for excluded adults. As Section Chief of the Justice Systems Innovation Section, Stella is at the helm of North Carolina's Drug Control Unit, driving system improvements in the state's response to controlled substances regulations and diversion prevention. Stella has been a member of NASCSA since October 2019, and a member of the Controlled Substances Committee since 2020.