Soo is a P3 (Class of 2023) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program from Farmingdale NY. This is her fourth year involved in SGA and recognizes the importance of student representation on campus. She is deeply privileged to be working with such fantastic leaders not only in her executive board but also members of the senate. She hopes to convey the message of community, leadership and communication to her peers while serving in this position. Soo is also the SPAHC Vice President, Treasurer of Phi Lambda Sigma, Secretary of ASHP and is a Skills 3&4 Teacher Assistant. Outside of school she works at Northwell Hospital as a Pharmacy Intern. With her involvement on the SGA, she hopes to engage in important conversations to emphasize the student’s needs and communication within faculty and staff. Soo has the utmost pride of her peer’s on campus and cannot wait for the amazing achievements SGA will do this year!
Dom is a second-year student (Class of 2024) in the B.S. Pharmaceutical Sciences program on the Pre-Medical Track from Binghamton, NY. He served as the Class of 2024/26 Class president his first-year on campus. Dom is looking forward to expanding his leadership roles and growing his leadership as a whole at ACPHS. He looks to promote a sense of community on campus by helping to facilitate student involvement and by improving the administration, faculty, and student interaction. Dom is also the president-elect of the American Medical School Association, a research assistant on campus with Dr. Jin, and is a member of many other clubs and organizations. He also volunteers at the Capital City Rescue Mission and at St. Peter’s Hospital. Dom is very excited to see what SGA can accomplish this year!
Han is a P1 student (Class of 2025) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program from Dallas, Texas. This is her second year serving as the Executive Board Secretary and she has previously served as a programmer in her first year. She finds great value in her role and has a passion for serving the Albany campus working with various student leaders. Han also holds positions with APhA-ASP as the Policy Vice President and with IPhO as the Director of Marketing and Media. She enjoys being a student representative for ACPHS as a Student Ambassador and making connections with new students through being a Peer Mentor and Orientation Leader. Han seeks to facilitate methodical conversation and bring a steadfast perspective to the Student Government Assocation council.
Preeti is a 4th-year student in the B.S Pharmaceutical Science (Class of 2022) from Long Island, NY. She is actively involved in the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists ACPHS chapter as the treasurer since her second year. In addition, she is also part of the peer mentor program as a student coordinator, an exam proctor, a member of the Dean's Honor circle as well as an orientation committee member. She looks forward to helping clubs and organizations plan all their fun events and creating an incredibly fun campus to be on.
Sara is a P3 student (Class of 2023) in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program from Troy, NY. This is her second year involved with SGA. She is also involved with other organizations and clubs which include being co-president of the Dance Team, Epilepsy project co-chair for the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), and is a member of the Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy (SSHP) and National Community Oncology Dispensing Association (NCODA). When she is not at school, she works as a pharmacy intern at St. Peter's Health Partners at Samaritan Hospital. She is looking forward to all the great events that clubs will host this year.
Andrew is a P3 student (Class of 2023) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program from Vestal, NY. He served as the SGA PharmD senator for 2 years before becoming POC chair in his P2 year. Andrew is looking forward to growing the presence professional organizations have on campus. He is also very involved in clubs and organizations serving as treasurer for both SSHP and the hockey club. Outside of school, Andrew works as a pharmacy intern at CVS pharmacy. He enjoys building connections with his fellow peers and serving as a voice for all ACPHS students.
Isabella is a 4th year pre-med student in the B.S. Clinical Laboratory Sciences program. Along with her role in SGA, she is also actively involved on campus as the Media Chair for ACPHS’ chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA). Additionally, she serves as a student ambassador, peer mentor, as well as a member of both the Orientation and Appellate Board Committees. As an international student from the Philippines, campus involvement has played a big role in making ACPHS her new home, which is why Isabella is passionate in being able to foster this Panther pride to the whole student body through her position. She looks forward to serving and collaborating with all the class year programmers in creating the best college experience.
Dylan is a P2 student (class of 2024) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program from Middletown, NY. This will be his second year with SGA. Dylan not only serves as an orientation leader and a peer mentor but is also heavily involved on campus. Dylan is a member of Phi Delta Chi, the Alzheimer’s Club, and College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP). Beyond campus life, he works as an Intern at CVS Pharmacy. In his free time he likes to play basketball as well as participate in different events on campus. He is a big advocate for Panther life as well as Panther pride. Dylan is excited and eager to help the ACPHS community grow and prosper.
Lindsey Lakos is a P2 student (Class of 2024) in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. This is her first year with SGA. In addition to SGA, Lindsey is involved in Rho Pi Phi as the Historian and Professional Care Projects Co-Chair, American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) as the Operation Substance-Use Disorder Co-Chair, and Craft Club as Co-President. She is also a member of Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society and is a peer tutor. Outside of classes, Lindsey works as a Pharmacy Intern at Albany Medical Center.
Diana is a P1 student (Class of 2025) in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. She is involved in multiple professional organizations on campus. In addition to student government, Diana is also a vice - president of Industry Pharmacist Organization (IPhO), president of a professional fraternity (Lambda Kappa Sigma), peer mentor, student ambassador, and orientation program coordinator. She is very passionate about leadership and professional development which strongly assists her in the POC Chair Elect position. Her excitement about the organization’s innovative ideas driven her to strive for this two-year position. When she is not in school, she works at a private pharmacy, Burgess Chemist, in the compounding department.