— Corresponding Secretary of NADDI —
The Corresponding Secretary is responsible for keeping the NADDI membership aware of organizational matters, trending updates, and important messages; that encompasses a lot. Trish also manages our social media platforms, and assists the Execuitve Board with many other training resources for the organization.
Trish is new to the Executive Board as the Corresponding Secretary, joining us in November of 2021. She has been an active member for over 12 years, and was President of the Ohio Chapter. We happy to have her on board and working to keep us strong!
Phone: (330) 466-9904
MORE ABOUT HEATHER
Heather McLaughlin has been a member of the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators, Inc. (NADDI) since 1993, and has been the Corresponding Secretary since 1994. In addition to sending out the Abused Substances Brochures and handling the raffle & silent auction at the annual conferences, she has also testified on behalf of NADDI at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Heather is currently the Compliance Coordinator for the Maryland Board of Pharmacy, handling investigations and monitoring Board orders in which the Board’s licensees have probationary conditions. Heather was the Board of Pharmacy representative for the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Controlled Dangerous Substance Integration Unit (CDSIU).
Heather became a member of the Association of Certified Examiners (ACFE) in January 2016, and also became a member of the Maryland Chapter of the ACFE. In May 2017, she was elected to the Board of Directors of the Maryland Chapter of the ACFE. In August 2017, she received her certification as a Certified Fraud Examiner.
Heather worked at the Maryland Board of Physicians from 1989-2014 as an Assistant to the Executive Director; as an investigator conducting investigations of physicians and the other allied health care practitioners licensed by the Board and handling Board orders in the Board’s licensees had probationary conditions; and as a Lead Compliance Analyst, a position she held from 2001-2014, handling more in-depth investigations. While working at the Board, she obtained her master’s degree in Legal and Ethical Studies from the University of Baltimore in 1994.