Phil and Jocelyn Hagerman have committed their lives to making a difference. After years of service to communities through donated time and resources, they determined that establishing a foundation would allow them to create greater impact and positive change.
The Hagerman Foundation was established in the summer of 2014 with one passion in mind — to brighten and improve the lives of future generations. The Hagerman’s core values of family, community, and education create the Foundation’s framework of giving.
The Hagerman Foundation looks forward to building a legacy of hope for generations to come by supporting organizations that promote education, life skills, entrepreneurship, ministry, counseling, and the arts in surrounding communities.
Philip R. Hagerman
Diplomat Pharmacy Inc., Chairman Emeritus
Philip R. Hagerman, RPh, has been Chairman Emeritus on Diplomat Board of Directors since January 2018 and previously served as Diplomat’s Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the Board of Directors since 1991. Mr. Hagerman co-founded Diplomat with his father in 1975 which grew to be the nation’s largest independent Specialty Pharmacy and became a publicly traded company through its IPO on the NYSE in October 2014.
Skypoint Ventures, CEO, Founder
The Hagerman Foundation, President Founder
Mr. Hagerman led Diplomat as its CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Directors for 27 years. He has a unique perspective and understanding of the business, culture and history, having led Diplomat through many economic cycles and operational initiatives. His day-to-day leadership of Diplomat gives him critical insights into operations, strategy and competition, and he supports the Board’s ability to perform its oversight function. Throughout his career at Diplomat, he has demonstrated strong entrepreneurial skills, as well as regulatory, marketing, strategic, and operational expertise. Mr. Hagerman also possesses in-depth knowledge of, and key relationships in healthcare and the specialty pharmacy industry on a national basis.
In 2014, Skypoint bought the historical Dryden Building in downtown Flint, which now houses the offices of Skypoint and The Hagerman Foundation. In 2015, Skypoint purchased the Fenton Bean Company, a landmark building in Fenton, and transformed it into the Red Fox Outfitters retail space. The redevelopment of these iconic buildings brings jobs and a new retail destination downtown.
Helping the community thrive is more than good business. It’s personal. Phil was born and raised in Genesee County; he feels compelled to give back to the communities in which he lives and works