Dr. Earl Ettienne is a licensed pharmacist, pharmacy and healthcare executive, researcher and educator. He holds a degree in Pharmacy from the Howard University College of Pharmacy, a Residency Certificate in Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy from The Mt. Sinai Medical Center, New York, a Master’s in Business Administration from Loyola University, Maryland and a Doctorate in Law and Policy from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. He is currently the Director of Graduate Programs and Industry Partnerships and a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy Sciences at the Howard University College of Pharmacy, serves as the Co-chair for the University’s Institutional Review Board, is published, and is currently developing innovative programs at the graduate level in pharmacy surrounding genomics, policy, and regulatory affairs.
His impact has been felt in the community, where he sat on the Economic Advisory Council for Washington DC, the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee for Washington DC, the Maryland Health Quality and Cost Council Cultural Competency Workgroup, testified before Congress on Medicare Part D, representing the Chain Drug Industry, advised the U.S. Vice President on race relations in the era of George Floyd, and he currently sits on the Academy Health, Health Services Research Information Advisory Committee.
Dr. Ettienne is married to his best friend, Dr. Suzette Ettienne, a Howard alum, for the past 28 years while being the father to their three amazing children Lerae, Ethan, and Caitlyn.