BOARD MEMBERS

Zone Directors

Zone I Director


Nkem Nonyel, PharmD

Salisbury, MD

Nkem P. Nonyel, PharmD, MPH, BCPS is an Assistant Professor with clinical practice focus in Ambulatory Care at Peninsula Regional Medical Group, Salisbury, Maryland where she is developing, implementing, and managing a model ambulatory care clinical pharmacy services within a primary care family practice. Prior to joining faculty at UMES, Dr. Nonyel was a clinical pharmacist at Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Maryland where she completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy residency. She is very passionate about the pharmacy profession, as well as mentoring current and prospective PharmD students.

Dr. Nonyel earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore), Master of Public Health with Global Health Concentration (University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Epidemiology and Public Health), and Bachelor of Science in Physics/Education (University of Nigeria, Nsukka). Prior to entering the pharmacy profession, Dr. Nonyel practiced as a Licensed Practical Nurse in both acute and sub-acute care settings, and in pediatric home care. She is a Board-Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist.

Dr. Nonyel’s professional pharmacy leadership roles include President, Maryland Pharmaceutical Society (MPhS, 2017-2019); Zone 1 Director, National Pharmaceutical Association, NPhA (2018-2020); Chair, Maryland Pharmacy Coalition (MPC, 2017-2018); and Chair, MPC Public Relations/Public Health Committee (2016-2018). In addition, Dr. Nonyel is an active member of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) and American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). Her other interests include sickle cell disease, health disparities, cultural competency, medication safety, professional development, and traveling.

Zone II Director


Hope Campbell, PharmD, BCPS

Brentwood, TN

Dr. Hope Campbell joined the Belmont faculty in August 2010. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica where she majored in Chemistry and minored in Biochemistry and Zoology. In 1993 she was awarded the Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland, in Baltimore Maryland. She completed an ASHP accredited residency training in Pharmaceutical Care at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. For the next 17 years Dr Campbell remained at Vanderbilt serving as a Clinical Research Pharmacist. She served as the coordinator of the Investigational Drug Service, clinical pharmacist for the Infectious Disease-HIV service and administrator for pharmacy continuing education. As an Adjunct Professor of the University of Tennessee she served a preceptor for University of Tennessee School of Pharmacy, third- and fourth-year students. In addition she served as preceptor for residents in the Pharmacy Practice Residency program at Vanderbilt.

Dr Campbell’s practice focus is Internal Medicine, with an interest in HIV pharmacotherapy. Her research interests are diversity in pharmacy, student success modalities and student retention strategies. As Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Dr. Campbell teaches courses related to clinical science and practice, such as Pathophysiology and Therapeutics and Health Assessment. Dr. Campbell currently serves as the clinical pharmacist at Metropolitan Nashville General Hospital, where she supports the Family Medicine service. Her practice site serves as an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience site for student pharmacists in their fourth year of the pharmacy curriculum.

Zone III Director


Trishia Shaw, PharmD Chicago, IL

Trishia E. Shaw, PharmD, BCPS is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Chicago State University College of Pharmacy (CSU-COP). A native Chicagoan, Dr. Shaw earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology degree from Loyola University Chicago in 2004 and her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy in 2009.

Dr. Shaw has over 20 years of experience within the profession of pharmacy, starting as pharmacy technician upon graduation from high school. Upon graduation from pharmacy school, Dr. Shaw practiced as a Clinical Pharmacist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in several capacities, including neonatal, women’s health, psychiatry specialties as well as staffing as an overnight pharmacist. She became a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist in 2013. In 2017, Dr. Shaw completed the Non-Traditional Post-Graduate Year 1 (PGY-1) Residency Program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. After completing the residency program, Dr. Shaw started in her current role as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Chicago State’s College of Pharmacy. In her current role, Dr. Shaw provides didactic lectures throughout the curriculum on a variety of topics and serves as a preceptor for 4th year students completing APPE rotations.

In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Dr. Shaw currently practices as an Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist with Cook County Health (CCH), practicing in the Anti-Coagulation Clinic as well as the Englewood Health Center. She also serves as the advisor for the Chicago State Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) Chapter. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Shaw has served the profession in several leadership roles. Dr. Shaw has been a member of the National Pharmaceutical Association (NPhA) since 2009, and currently serves as the Zone 3 Director and coordinates the Poster Presentation Competition at the Annual Convention. She has previously served NPhA in several capacities including Secretary and Exhibits Co-Coordinator. Dr. Shaw recently started her biennial term as the President of the Chicago Pharmacists Association. Dr. Shaw is also a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists, the American Pharmacists Association, Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Fraternity, and the Illinois Council of Health-Systems Pharmacists.

Dr. Shaw has received several awards for her leadership and service to the profession of pharmacy. Her honors include receiving the 2013 NPhA’s Young Pharmacist Award. Most recently, Dr. Shaw received the 2019 Rising Star Award from her alma mater, the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy.

Dr. Shaw enjoys spending time with her son, Tre, as well spending time with her family and friends.

Zone IV Director


Lanita White, PharmD

Little Rock, AR

Dr. Lanita S. White joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Pharmacy in July 2012. She is the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Assistant Professor in the UAMS College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is the Residency Program Director of the PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program. Immediately prior to assuming the position of Assistant Dean, she was Director of the UAMS 12th Street Health and Wellness Center in the Office of Interprofessional Education (IPE), Division of Academic Affairs at UAMS. She had served in that role since the clinic’s inception in 2012 until November 2018.

She graduated with her Pharm.D. from Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans in 2006. After graduation, Dr. White completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency and a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Specialty Residency at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) in Little Rock. She served as the full-time clinical pharmacist in the Diabetes and Endocrinology Clinic at CAVHS and Clinical Assistant Professor in the UAMS College of Pharmacy from July 2008 to July 2012. Along with her clinical duties at the VA, she served as the Residency Program Director for the VA PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency and was member of the Residency Council and the Residency Research Committee.

At UAMS, Dr. White is the course coordinator for the Pharmacy Practice Assessment and Skills course taught in the third didactic year and she offers an elective for pharmacy students as well as fourth year medical students. She serves as co-faculty advisor for the UAMS Student National Pharmaceutical Association chapter, as a member of the Residency Review Committee, and as a mentor for the Teaching Certificate Program. She also serves as a member of the Arkansas Medicaid Drug Utilization Review Board and was recently appointed by the Governor of Arkansas to the State Employees Health and Life Insurance State Board. Her research interests include social determinants of health and health literacy and their impact on overall health and wellness and how interprofessional education and collaboration can improve the patient experience, improve population health and reduce the cost of care. In addition to the National Pharmaceutical Association, Dr. White is a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), Arkansas Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association (AMDPA), the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, a current board member of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association, a founding member of the Arkansas College of Clinical Pharmacy, and a Past President of the Arkansas Association of Health-System Pharmacists (AAHP).

In 2013, Dr. White was invited for induction into the UAMS Rho Chi National Honor Society. In 2014, she was awarded the Chancellors Award for Diversity and Inclusion and in 2015 was recognized as a UAMS Phenomenal Woman. In 2016, she was a finalist for the Arkansas Business Health Care Heroes award in Innovation and was awarded the Dr. Joycelyn Elders Living Legend Award by the Arkansas Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association (AMDPA). In 2017, she was served as the Coordinator of the American Pharmacists Association Preceptor Special Interest Group and became the first pharmacist to serve as President of the Student- Run Free Clinics Faculty Association, a national interprofessional faculty association. She serves on the Arkansas Pharmacists Association Board of Directors and in 2018, was elected President of the AMDPA. AMDPA is the state’s only interprofessional medical organization serving physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and other terminal degree medical professionals. Most recently, she was awarded the 2017 – 2018 UAMS Chancellor’s Award for Society and Health Education Excellence which is the highest award given at the university.

Zone V Director


Cheryl Wisseh, PharmD, MPH

Tustin, CA

Dr. Cheryl Wisseh is an Assistant Clinical Professor within the Department of Clinical Pharmacy Practice at the University of California at Irvine School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Her pharmacy practice and research areas include ambulatory care and community pharmacy with a focus in underserved populations. More specifically, her research interests include chronic disease management and medication optimization in underserved populations, health behavior, interprofessional health care delivery, and the social determinants of health. She is also an Assistant Professor within the Family Medicine Department at the College of Medicine and a Phase II Clinical Research Education and Career Development Program (CRECD) Scholar at Charles R. Drew University (CDU) of Medicine. Dr. Wisseh practices as a primary care clinical pharmacist at a federally qualified health care center in South Los Angeles.

Dr. Wisseh earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy where in her final year of pharmacy school, she served as the National Diabetes Initiative Chair for the Student National Pharmaceutical Association. She completed an ASHP-accredited PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Practice residency with a focus in ambulatory care at Duquesne University School of Pharmacy and Center for Pharmacy Care and a Master of Public Health in Urban Health Disparities at CDU. In addition to the National Pharmaceutical Association, Dr. Wisseh is a member of the American Public Health Association, the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, the American Society of Health- System Pharmacists, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and a proud member Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

Dr. Wisseh is very passionate about health equity and the elimination of health care disparities and their roots and also recognizes the need of a platform for pharmacists—who are passionate about the social determinants of health and their impact on underserved and minority communities—to serve and positively impact such communities. She is humbled and excited about the opportunity to develop this platform in Zone 5. Her strategic goals for her service term include Community Engagement, Growth and Development, and Advocacy. In her free time, Dr. Wisseh enjoys staying active, music, cooking, comedy, resting, and spending time with family and friends.

Affiliates

NPhA Foundation Representative


Dr. Rosalyn Cain-King, PharmD, MPH, FNPhA

Rosalyn C. King, a native of Harlem, NY, received her pharmacy education from Duquesne University and the University of Southern California as well as a Master’s in Public Health at The University of California at Los Angeles. Dr. King has practiced in community and hospital pharmacy as well in global public health.

Dr. King was the first African-American employed as a staff member of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) in 1969. During the “War on Poverty’, APhA was awarded a grant from the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) and sought qualified pharmacists for this grant. Based on Dr. King’s unique experience as a senior pharmacist in an OEO health center, the Watts Health Center in South Central Los Angeles, she was selected to serve as the Assistant Project Director on the research project: “The Delivery of Pharmaceutical Services in Poverty Areas of the US”, especially around federally-funded neighborhood health centers. While in Washington, she became involved in activities supporting engagement of minority pharmacy students, which included efforts to establish the Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) and align it with the National Pharmaceutical Association (NPhA).

Dr. King has served some 28 years in the international arena beginning as a Public Health Advisor on Pharmaceuticals for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), followed by directing international programs and projects for both the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles and the Continuing Education Program at Howard University. Dr. King retired in 2008 from the Continuing Education Program of Howard University.

Upon retirement from Howard, it was noted that approximately 2,310 middle to senior-level officials from 27 countries and the U.S. were trained and had skills enhanced under some 40 projects she directed. She was the founding director of the Pharmacists and Continuing Education (PACE) Center within that Program. Of particular note were the efforts in Romania and Nigeria. In Romania, she led a collaborative project with the University of Cluj-Napoca to support the training of community pharmacists in Women’s Health. With funding from the President’s Emergency Program for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), she worked with colleagues in Nigeria to write the Howard University component in the flagship project, Global HIV/AIDS Initiative Nigeria (GHAIN). Pharmacy systems and pharmacists’ services at health facilities and in the community were strengthened by expanding pharmacists’ capacity to provide pharmaceutical care for those infected with HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB.

In 1990 she was the first Black woman to be elected (then re-elected) to the United States Pharmacopeial Convention Committee of Revision and was the Chair on their historic International Health Panel for 10 years. This panel laid the foundation for the drug information service relationship USP has with USAID presently in Romania.

As a Lifetime Member of NPhA, she established the Dr. Rosalyn Cain King Endowed Scholarship, in 2014, to encourage matriculation of a Howard University student or alumnus into public health. In 2017, she was inducted as an NPhA Fellow, an award given to pharmacists who have made sustained contributions to the Association and who have demonstrated exceptional performance in serving the medically underserved.

SNPhA President


Darian Allen

Beaumont, TX

Darian Allen, a native of Southeast Texas, specifically Beaumont, Texas, is the youngest of three siblings. Throughout her high school years, Darian participated in a dual pharmacy technician program that would ensure completion and certification simultaneously with high school graduation. This was the initial step toward her pharmacy career path. Upon graduating from high school, Darian attended Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Darian quickly immersed herself in the Aggie culture, where they care for each other and serve their community. She routinely participated in Texas A&M’s major community service projects, which helps members of the community rebuild homes. With her constant involvement in the community, Darian quickly learned how to truly serve others.

In 2016, Darian graduated from Texas A&M University with two Bachelors of Science Degrees in Biochemistry and Genetics. Thereafter, she was recruited to the University of Houston College of Pharmacy to start her journey of becoming a pharmacist. During her orientation week, Darian immediately fell in love with a certain organization that made her feel like she was at home with her family, Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA). Darian began participating in their community service and professional development events. Towards the end of her first year, Darian was elected to be the 2017-2018 president of her chapter. During her time as chapter president, Darian inspired the team to be innovative and have fun while serving the underserved. Darian found her Strength in Purpose by inspiring others and help develop people. She looks forward to the opportunity of assisting others find their Strength in Purpose as she embraces her new position as the 2019-2020 National President!

SNPhA President-Elect


Joseph Washington

Tallahassee, FL


Joseph Washington was raised by his mother Katherine Williams-Washington along with his brother in the Florida city, Putnam Hall. There he was instilled with the values of dedication and hard work. During his childhood he obtained his first exposure to medicine, from his mother who is a practicing Registered Nurse. His collegiate career includes an Associates of Arts degree in General studies from Santa Fe State College in 2015, where he was awarded a full scholarship to serve as a Student Ambassador. After earning his degree, he decided to pursue professional school. His choice of Pharmacy was clear. He continued along the pre-pharmacy track to achieve the prerequisites necessary to enter the Doctor of Pharmacy program at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy; with an expected graduation of 2021.

While in professional school he has participated in many extracurricular activities, that promote the profession of pharmacy, equip him to pursue his dreams of advocating for Global Health issues and establish him as a student leader. He has served as the Operation Immunization Chair of the University of Florida Chapter of ‘SNPhA’, performed research on the importance of Community Health Workers in the lives of minorities battling chronic health conditions, is a Student Ambassador for the College of Pharmacy, Professional Development Chairman of the Gamma Sigma chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Incorporated, and past trip leader of Project Audiology – a medical outreach to Merida, Mexico. He currently is in his third year of work at Publix Pharmacy as an Intern, where he enjoys educating patients on disease states and side effects. Along with resolving adjudication claims and maintaining a steady workflow in the pharmacy, Joseph considers it a blessing and a tremendous honor to be elected by the SNPhA student body as the 2019-2020 National President-Elect! He is motivated to increase the access of members to the necessary tools to build chapters and effect change in a sundry of settings. He is committed to SNPhA’s objectives and promoting the profession of pharmacy through purpose-driven action and the unity of the SNPham!

New Practitioner’s Network Chair


Sienna Miller, PharmD Kingman, AZ

Dr. Sienna Miller obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy in Clinton, South Carolina. During pharmacy school Sienna was an active member of SNPhA, serving on many committees providing forums (HIV, diabetes, stroke prevention) and completing clinical skills competitions. Later, Sienna completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. Throughout her residency, Sienna developed the skills to provide excellent care to patients and create valuable relationships with patients and providers.

Since completing residency, Sienna has been practicing in an ambulatory outpatient clinic setting in Arizona. Within the clinic, Sienna strives in providing safe, effective, and compassionate care to each patient, drawing from multiple specialties for a well-rounded approach. Sienna is also dedicated to giving patients the tools and resources needed to manage chronic disease states, including face-to-face counseling, medication management, transitions of care, barrier identification, and problem-solving skills. Sienna is also a member of American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and Arizona Pharmacy Association, currently serving as Director-at-Large.

In her spare time Sienna enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, exercising, and watching sports. Dr. Miller is excited for the new opportunity to provide a positive impact to new practitioners to help enhance their pharmacy career.

New Practitioner's Network Co-chair

Gabriel Washington, PharmD

St. Louis, MO

Dr. Gabriel A. Washington is a pharmacist with Schnuck Markets Inc. based in Saint Louis, Missouri. He serves as a floater pharmacist in greater Metro Saint Louis. Dr. Washington attended the Ohio Northern University Raabe College of Pharmacy located in Ada, Ohio, graduating in 2012.

Locally, Dr. Washington has volunteered as a preceptor with the Saint Louis College of Pharmacy (STLCOP) and Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville College of Pharmacy(SIUE) SNPhA chapters with local health fairs and other events to bridge the gap between NPhA members and SNPha members. Past events include panels and workshops on your first 90 days as a pharmacist and interview/residency preparation.

Dr. Washington is a member of the Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan Saint Louis previously serving on the Membership and Service Committees and has a passion for connecting and serving those in the community. Dr. Washington enjoys sports, movies, music, traveling, and meeting new people domestically and abroad.

Clinical Initiatives Coordinator


Meagan Brown, PharmD

Jackson, MS

Dr. Meagan Brown is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Coordinator of Community Pharmacy Development with the Division of Pharmacy Professional Development, within the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy in Jackson, Mississippi. She earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Xavier University of Louisiana’s College of Pharmacy in 2010. Upon graduation, Dr. Brown completed a PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Practice Residency and joined faculty immediately upon finishing.

Her clinical practice site is mainly a federally-qualified health center in rural Mississippi, where she provides clinical services to patients under grant funding focused on cardiometabolic diseases. Additionally, she is the primary residency preceptor for the independent pharmacy experience, and helps resident pharmacists develop clinical services in this setting as well. In the classroom, Dr. Brown’s coursework is mainly focused on chronic disease and developing coursework around rural health.

She currently serves on the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force within the School of Pharmacy, search committees for faculty and state organizations, course committees, and many committees with other national pharmacy organizations and state organizations- Mississippi Society of Health Systems Pharmacists (Secretary), Magnolia State Pharmaceutical Society, and Mississippi Pharmacists Association.

Dr. Brown is an active member in her community- serving on her health ministry at New Jerusalem Church, a 2017 Honoree of Best Dressed Jackson with the American Cancer Society, a member of the Circle of Red for the Metro Jackson Chapter of the American Heart Association, an active member of the Junior League of Jackson, and founding board member of the Jackson Professional Group. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family- especially her loving husband, Dr. Terrence H. Brown and three children- Joshua, Tristin, and Mason.


Publicity Vice-Chair


Kalyann Kauv, Pharm.D.

Virginia Beach, VA


Kalyann Kauv, PharmD graduated from the Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia’s School of Pharmacy in Richmond, Virginia in 2017. She completed her PGY1 Residency Training in Managed Care at Clinical Support Services in Buffalo, New York in 2018. She practices as a Clinical Pharmacist at Anthem, Inc. where she works with a team of pharmacists to manage, oversee and develop clinical programs within the Medicaid line of business.

Raised by parents of whom are immigrants, refugees and survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide, she is passionate about advocating for the underserved and minority populations. As a student, Dr. Kauv served locally as VCU/MCV SNPhA Chapter President and nationally as SNPhA National Public Relations Liaison.

She has been recognized for her commitment for public health and underserved populations, including a publication through VCU Alumni for her volunteering and pharmacy leadership at a free health clinic for the Mattaponi Native American tribe. She has volunteered in 3 medical mission trips to the communities of Esfuerzo de Paraiso and Villa Mella in the Dominican Republic. Most notably, she is the recipient of: Respect, Excellence, and Service in Pharmacy Award (RESPy) from Pharmacy Times/Walmart, United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award, and the Rite Aid Community Leader of the Year Award.

She is an active member of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP), participating in the Diplomat program where she mentors an AMCP Student Chapter, and with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), serving as a member of the Section Advisory Group (SAG) on Medication Management Services. She is a member of Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society and Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity.

In her role as Vice-Chair of Publicity she will work on highlighting the community efforts, advocacy, vision and NPhAm-ily spirit through NPhA’s social media and professional platforms. She is humbled and grateful for the opportunity to continue her involvement with NPhA/SNPhA.

Convention Planning Coordinator


Tamara McCants, PharmD Washington, D.C.

Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Tamara McCants received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from Florida A&M University in 2001. Upon graduation she came to Washington, DC to complete a community pharmacy residency program with Grubbs Care Pharmacy and Howard University. She has since dedicated her career to increasing the capacity of pharmacists to be a major contributor in the achievement of favorable health outcomes, especially for the underserved population. She has worked in both the managed care and community pharmacy setting throughout her career. In 2002, she co-founded CMS Health Initiatives; a non-profit organization that utilizes pharmacists to address health disparities. Dr. McCants is currently an Assistant Professor and Executive Director of Experiential Programs at Howard University College of Pharmacy. In her role, she is responsible for the practical experience component of the pharmacy curriculum. She is also the residency program director for the Walgreens/Howard Community Pharmacy Residency Program. Her clinical practice site is MBI@ Green Door, a community mental health center. Dr. McCants has always been very passionate about the community, coordinating outreach and training programs for all major diseases states. She was recently reappointed by the Mayor to the District of Columbia Board of Pharmacy. She also serves as the treasurer of Washington DC Pharmacy Association. She is an active member of the FAMU Alumni Association and a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Rho Mu Omega Chapter. She is married with two beautiful sons.

Legislative Liaison Co-Chair


Raven Jackson, PharmD

New Orleans, LA

Raven Jackson is from Palmetto, Louisiana and currently resides in New Orleans serving as Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at Xavier University where she too received her PharmD degree. Raven completed her postgraduate training through a community residency program with Walgreens Co. and Purdue University in 2014. Her residency focused mainly on the integration of MTM in major chain settings, diabetes education, and pharmacy administration. Upon completion of the program, she went on to serve as pharmacy manager of a Walgreens location in Houston, TX. Raven returned to her alma mater in 2016 as faculty and currently teaches in several courses including professional practice, professional abilities lab, Interprofessional Education and within the therapeutics series. Raven also manages a Diabetes MTM program at West Jefferson Medical Center. A majority of her community service is completed with the Delta Eta Chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc where she serves as Advisor. She also volunteers annually with various health fairs and church organizations through the College of Pharmacy. In her own time, Raven volunteers with the Youth Empowerment Project in New Orleans, geared towards providing job readiness skills for young adults, and in her hometown with the Community Celebration Committee aimed at creating annual community events for the children and adults in the area.

Legislative Liaison Co-Chair

Frank North, PharmD Houston, TX

Dr. Frank North is a twice graduate of Texas Southern University having earned the Bachelors of Science degree in Biology and the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. After receiving his Bachelors degree, Frank participated in the Integrated Technology Transfer Network Fellowship and received a Certificate of Business Entrepreneurship – Technology Transfer from California State University – San Bernardino funded by the Army Research Laboratory partnered with the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO). Dr. North is actively involved in many pharmacy organizations. Frank is a life member of the Texas Southern University National Alumni Association, life member and Speaker of the House for the National Pharmaceutical Association. He is also a member of American Pharmacy Association, American Public Health Association, Texas Pharmacy Association, Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society, Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, and a life member of the Booker T. Washington High School Alumni Association (Houston). He practices Community and Clinical Pharmacy in Houston, TX.

Continuing Pharmacy Education Chair


April Robinson, PharmD

Monroe, NC

Dr. April M Robinson is a native of Orangeburg, South Carolina. She completed her Bachelors of Science in chemistry from Furman University, before receiving her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). At MUSC she served as the Community Service Chair in the Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA), Treasurer of Phi Lambda Sigma, Secretary of the Multicultural Student Advisory Board, and President of the MUSC Honor Council. She completed her PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency at Greenville Hospital System in Greenville, South Carolina.

Dr. Robinson is now an Associate Professor at Wingate University School of Pharmacy (WUSOP) and is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Her teaching includes lectures in the Cardiology pharmacotherapy module, the Pharmaceutical care course, and she is the coordinator of the Doctoral Candidate Seminar course. She precepts third and fourth year professional students on their adult internal medicine rotations at Carolinas Medical Center-Union (Atrium Health) in Monroe, NC. Additionally she serves as the SNPhA Advisor at WUSOP. Outside of NPhA, Dr. Robinson maintains membership in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. She is also an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. where she is the graduate advisor to an undergraduate chapter. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and spoiling her niece and nephew.


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