Our Team

Guiding the Way to Health: Empowering Pharmacy Leadership.

There is no stronger union than family.

The unwavering bond of love and trust is passed down from generation to generation. To honor and protect the union family is our mission. We are Proscript Pharmacy Management, built from the ground up to serve labor and nothing but labor. Everything we do is done to protect the health of the membership and to strengthen the union. Every day is an opportunity to keep the union family safe. This is our pledge.

Our Leadership

Michael A. DeBartolome

Managing Member

Mr. DeBartolome received his B.A. in Business Management and Economics from Washington College, class of 2007, and his Juris Doctorate from Syracuse University College of Law, class of 2011. As CEO, Mr. DeBartolome is intimately involved in all areas of the company – from the mailroom to the boardroom. He is responsible for oversight of all aspects of the company’s operations, specializing in operational efficiencies. He has been with the company since 2007 and assumed his current role in July of 2018.

Gina DeBartolome

Chief Executive Officer

Ms. DeBartolome received her B.A. in Human Development from Washington College, class of 2012.  As Chief Executive Officer, she employs her educational background of human psychology and sociology in making sure she is involved in every aspect of Proscript’s daily operations and making sure Proscript’s members are taken care of.  She takes pride in being able to help our clients’ membership in any way possible.  She started part time at Proscript in 2007, became full time in 2012 and assumed her current position in November of 2023.  In her free time, Gina loves to travel, having seen 16 countries so far.  She is also a diehard New York Yankees and New York Giants fan, unfortunately…for now.


Barry Marzigliano


Mr. Marzigliano is an accountant by trade, having worked as a corporate controller for companies of various sizes. As the CFO of Proscript, he is responsible for the oversight of all corporate banking and finances, as well as product acquisitions and client cost centers. He has been with Proscript since its inception in 2004.

Nicole Rakauskas

Chief of Staff

Mrs. Rakauskas graduated from the National Massage Therapy Institute, class of 2009, and immediately put her degree to work as a massage therapist.  Following a 7-year tenure, she moved on to bigger and better things at a multidisciplinary medical office, where she worked with physiatrists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and physical therapists.  She eventually found her way to Proscript in 2022 and hasn’t looked back.  As Proscript’s Chief of Staff, Mrs. Rakauskas is responsible for the logistics of Proscript, including, but not limited to human resources, project management, and media relations.  In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends.  Nicole and her family are proud to support some of New York’s finest – the NYPD.  Her father, Jerry, was a retired NYPD Detective.  We join Nicole in honoring those who have served, those currently in service, and those who will serve.

Marybeth Norris, Pharm D.

Supervising Pharmacist

Mrs. Norris received her Doctor of Pharmacy in 2013 when she graduated cum laude from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. As the supervising pharmacist she is responsible for overseeing all pharmacy operations, such as ensuring that all prescriptions are filled correctly, guaranteeing that any medication sent to a patient is the most cost-effective option for them, and coordinating patient treatment plans with doctors’ offices. She is certified in Medication Therapy Management, which allows her to actively manage drug therapy by identifying, preventing, and resolving medication related problems. When she is not working full time at Proscript, she loves to go on vacations with her family.

Mary Ellen Harney

Director, Case Management

Mrs. Harney has spent her entire career immersed in claims administration, benefit plan development, cost containment, and medical case management. She is a member of the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association and has been a guest speaker for the NHCAA on many occasions. As the Director of Case Management, Mrs. Harney is responsible for all functions of her department, specifically cost containment strategies, including negotiation of specialty drugs and drug therapies and the activities of Proscript’s Special Investigative Unit, which identifies and pursues healthcare fraud.