Since 2011, Craig Heneghan has served as the Senior Vice President of Pharmacy Merchandising with CVS Caremark. Over his 15 years with the company, Mr. Heneghan has been involved with various facets of merchandising, financial analysis, budgeting, and operations. As Senior Vice President, Craig Heneghan is responsible for the strategy and execution of the company’s generic and branded retail pharmaceutical purchasing and the company’s pharmaceutical wholesaler relationship programs. Along with ensuring successful purchasing strategies, operational execution, and budgeting, Mr. Heneghan manages a team of approximately 130 CVS Caremark associates.Craig Heneghan holds a Master of Business Administration from the Sawyer School of Management at Suffolk University in Boston. He also holds a Master of Science in Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, where he graduated first in his class. While attended each of these schools, Craig Heneghan held a membership in the International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma. He earned his undergraduate degree in Hotel, Restaurant, and Travel Administration from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Upon graduation, Mr. Heneghan began his professional career with Aramark Corporation as an Account Director before returning to school.Prior to serving in his role as Senior Vice President of Pharmacy Merchandising, Mr. Heneghan served in the company’s finance divisions, thereafter becoming more involved with the operational efforts of merchandising. In only a few years, Mr. Heneghan served as Director I of Wholesaler Programs, Director II of Pharmacy Merchandising, and then Vice President of Pharmacy Merchandising. Along with successfully creating and executing the strategies attendant to these roles, he helped develop talent and increase the value of his associates. Over his career with CVS Caremark, Craig Heneghan has been the recipient of many company awards for helping to continually meet company goals, including the High Performer Award in 1999, a Chairman's Award in 2003, and a Breakthrough Award in 2012.