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2. What are you most looking forward to accomplishing during your term?
3. Where do you see yourself in five years?
In five years I would like to be a clinical pharmacist in the community setting. I hope to have personal relationships established with my patients so they feel comfortable talking with me. I also plan to stay involved with PPA.
4. What activities are you currently involved in?
This is my second year on the PPA Student Advisory Board. This year I am also continuing my roles as the Membership Ambassador for Pitt’s PPA Chapter and the Operation Immunization Leader for APhA-ASP. I coordinate approximately 12 vaccination-related projects through Operation Immunization. I am most passionate about our HPV Initiative. I have set up high school presentations in the Pittsburgh area to educate students on the HPV vaccine.
5. What do you do in your free time?
I absolutely love to garden in my free time. I could spend hours working in my garden. I also enjoy running and watching Scrubs episodes for the 1000th time on Netflix. I am trying to teach myself guitar, which is proving to be harder than I had anticipated.
6. If you could have dinner with anyone (alive/dead, real/fake, ect.) who would it be and why?
If I could have dinner with anyone, I would have dinner with my Aunt Carol. She passed away unexpectedly last August and there are so many things I’d love to tell her about the past year. She played a large role in my day-to-day life and I miss her terribly.
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Pharmacists Delivering Solutions - 2017 Mid-Year Conference