Reid is a P2 student (Class of 2021) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program from Chateaugay, NY. He served as the Class of 2021 SGA PharmD. Senator since his second year here on campus. Reid looks forward to not only growing his leadership roles on campus but expanding leadership as a whole at ACPHS. He also looks to foster the community feel of the campus through student engagement and administration, faculty, and student interaction. In addition to his role in SGA, Reid is a Generation Rx Co-Chair for APhA-ASP, Student Ambassador, Captain of the ACPHS Men’s Soccer Team, an infectious disease research assistant for ACPHS/AMC, and a member of the Pharmacy Leadership Society Phi Lambda Sigma. He works as a pharmacy intern at both Hannaford Pharmacy and St. Peter’s Health Partners at Samaritan Hospital.
Erin is a P2 student (Class of 2021) in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program from Webster, NY. She has been active in ACPHS athletics and has been a member of the Women’s soccer team for nearly 4 years. Erin has had the opportunity to serve as a leader on the field being a captain for 3 years. She is involved with the Panther Project Executive Board as head of the Cooking Chair. Outside of campus, she works as a pharmacy intern at Rite Aid/Walgreens Pharmacy. Erin is passionate about increasing student involvement on campus. Her goal is to be utilized as an outlet for her peers where they can freely channel their thoughts and ideas in a constructive process. She strongly believes in the importance of each student having a voice that can be heard.
Samuel is a 3rd year student in the B.S. Pharmaceutical Sciences program. Along with his role in SGA, Samuel is actively involved on campus as the Secretary for ACPHS’ chapter of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS). Additionally, he serves as a Writing Center tutor, a student ambassador, a peer mentor, is a member of the Provost’s Honor Circle and is also member of the Orientation Committee. Samuel was chosen to serve on the SGA because of his desire to be a voice for all students and his endeavor to provide the best experiences possible for ACPHS students.
Jenny is a P1 student (Class of 2020) in the Doctor of Pharmacy program from Johnson City, NY. She has been an active member in SGA as her class’ PharmD senator for the previous two years. As a proud and active ACPHS Panther, Jenny not only serves as a peer mentor and student ambassador, but she is also highly involved in various clubs and organizations. Jenny is involved in the ACPHS Dance Team, Multicultural Club, American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP), and American Society of Health-System Pharmacy-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). Outside of school, she is a pharmacy technician at CVS Pharmacy. She looks forward to fostering Panther pride within the ACPHS community and to help her peers have the best college experience!
Bryan is a P2 student (Class of 2021) in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program from Syracuse, NY. This is his second year with SGA. When at home, he works as a pharmacy intern at Upstate Hospital. In addition to SGA, Bryan is involved in the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) as the publicity chair, the Ski and Snowboard Club as the Treasurer, and Phi Delta Chi as the Worthy Correspondent. He is also a peer mentor, peer tutor, student ambassador, orientation leader, and a member of Phi Lambda Sigma and the Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy (SSHP). He is looking forward to another year of great club programming.
Madyson Allard is a P3 student (Class of 2020) in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. She is actively involved in many of the professional organizations on campus, which greatly assists her in her role as Professional Organizations Council Chair. Her passion for professional development and advancements in pharmacy practice have driven her to assume this two-year position. In addition to student government, she is also an executive board member of American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP), American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy (SSHP), Rho Chi Honor Society. She is also a member of Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society, one of the Transfer Peer Mentor Coordinators, and is a Teaching Assistant for Pharmacy Skills I and II. When she is not at school, she works as a pharmacy intern at Orange Regional Medical Center.