Chris is a P3 student (Class of 2017) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. He has been an active member of SGA since his first year at ACPHS, having served as class vice president, twice as class president, and as SGA vice president. Chris is a Peer Mentor, serves as the Script Your Future Coordinator for the ACPHS chapter of American College of Clinical Pharmacy, and is a member of the Pharmacy Leadership Society (Phi Lambda Sigma). In addition to school activities, the Albany resident is a Pharmacy Intern for CVS. Chris serves as the chief student leader for both Albany and Vermont campuses. Chris states, "I lead because I'm passionate about helping my peers succeed in college and in their future careers."
Michael is a P1 student (Class of 2019) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. From Little Falls, NY, he has served as the vice president and now president of the Ski and Snowboard Club, and has been a member of the Orientation Committee for two years. Last summer Michael was a reasearch assistant studying infectious disease with Dr. Nimish Patel. Michael leads because he wants "to make the voice of the students heard here at ACPHS and to serve as a resource for any student to approach with their concerns."
Jenna, a P3 student (Class of 2017) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program, grew up on the ski slopes of Whiteface Mountain near Lake Placid, NY. Returning to her third year as SGA Secretary, she also continues in her roles as a Peer Tutor, Orientation Planning Committee member, and is president of the ACPHS chapter of the American Pharmacists Association. During the summer of 2015 Jenna was one of only ten students in the nation selected for the Rite Aid Corporate Pharmacy Summer Internship program in Camp Hill, PA, where she worked on teams and with pharmacy executives studing the business of pharmacy. Jenna is also a member of Phi Lambda Sigma, the national pharmacy leadership society, and she says that she leads because she is "committed to making positive changes in the ACPHS community to create better experiences for students to come!"
Rick is a dual-degree student, pursuing both his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at ACPHS as a P3 student (Class of 2017), and is in his first year of his M.B.A. at Union Graduate College. Prior to ACPHS, Rick earned an Associates in Science at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. As SGA treasurer, he is responsible for overseeing all funds and transactions for the 35+ clubs and organizations at the Albany campus. Additionally, Rick is a member of the Orientation Planning Committee, serves as treasurer of the ACPHS chapter of the American Pharmacists Association, and plays on the Albany Law club rugby team. A native of Amsterdam, NY, Rick says, “I lead to inspire, to give back to my fellow classmates, and to strive to make the college community a better place.”
Lindsay is from Monroe, NY. She is a P3 student (Class of 2017) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. As Clubs Congress Chair, Lindsay facilitates monthly meetings of the representatives from the College's 25+ student clubs, and she oversees the planning, organization, and logistics of all club events. Additionally, she serves as chapter president of Rho Chi academic honor society in pharmacy, and is vice president of the Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy. Outside of classes, Lindsay is in her second year as a pharmacy intern with Target Pharmacy. In her words, "I lead to inspire others!"
Christina is a P3 student (Class of 2017) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. She has previously served as a Resident Assistant, secretary of the ACPHS chapter of the American Pharmacists Association, and the SGA Professional Organizations Council chair-elect. Currently, she is an active member of the ACPHS Dance Team, Colleges Against Cancer Relay for Life, and a Student Ambassador for the Office of Admissions. She is also a member of Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society. A native of Bethlehem, NY, Christina leads to share her strengths with other students in addition to developing her own leadership skills by working with other members of the ACPHS community.
Taylor hails from Syracuse, NY and is a P2 student (Class of 2018) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. She works closely with the representatives of the Programming Board to plan and oversee all campus-wide and class events on campus. Taylor is also the Colleges Against Cancer Advocacy Chair and a Planning Committee member for Orientation. As she emphasizes, “I lead because I want other students to get involved on campus and make the most of their time here at ACPHS!"