Nancy D’Hondt is a clinical pharmacist and diabetes educator at St. John Hospital in Detroit where she establishes inpatient glycemic management protocols, policies, and provides staff support and education to patients with diabetes.
She was recognized as a fellow of American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) in 2011 and has served on state and national committees, as well as the National Board of Directors. Ms. D’Hondt had been an author of several AADE position statements, written a chapter in AADE’s Diabetes Self-Management Education Desk, and facilitated the writing group for the Pharmacy Scope and Standards of Practice in Diabetes Education.
In 2017, she served as the AADE president. Ms. D’Hondt has served as a volunteer in several capacities for the American Diabetes Association including on their National Advocacy committee and as associate editor for Clinical Diabetes, a publication geared towards primary care providers. Ms. D’Hondt regularly speaks on diabetes and pharmacology topics across the country.
She holds a B.S. in pharmacy from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and is a Certified Diabetes Educator.