Enix Honored by SWOSU College of Pharmacy
Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy graduate Roger B. Enix of Edmond was recently selected as the Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society Pharmacy Leadership Society 2009 Honored Alumnus.
Enix recently served as guest speaker and honorary Rho Chi president at the Rho Chi and Phi Lambda Sigma initiation ceremony held on the Weatherford campus.
Enix began his friendship with SWOSU when he came to pharmacy school in 1977. As a pharmacy student, he was Rho Chi president as well as an officer in Student Senate and the Dean's Advisory Council. After he graduated in 1981 with honors (Magna Cum Laude), he began practicing pharmacy at The Drug Store/Sheen Drug in Oklahoma City where he was manager and co-owner until 1987.
In 1987, Enix was awarded the Oklahoma Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year Award. He then spent a year as a sales representative for the hospital products division of Sherwood Medical before joining Merck & Company in 1988. During his two-decade career at Merck, Enix held numerous positions and won several awards.
In 1996, Enix became Merck's business manager and executive business manager for the Oklahoma district. In this position, he received additional awards including the Managed Care Integration Award, Business Manager Teamwork Award, Business Planning Award, Directors Award and the Master's Club Award (a prestigious award given only to the Top 10% of all account managers at Merck).
He is now a member of the Merck Masters' Club Hall of Fame, which is only for recipients of the Master's Club who achieve Master's Club status three times or more. Enix, who is currently solutions consultant at Merck, has been honored with the Masters' Club Award a record number of six years, the most of any Merck employee.
Enix is married to SWOSU pharmacy graduate Cindy Hamm, class of 1982 and also a Rho Chi member. They live in Edmond. They have one daughter, Courtney. Both Roger and Cindy are members of the Southwestern Pharmacy Alumni Association and supporters of the SWOSU College of Pharmacy.