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Published on Thursday, February 11, 2021

American Pharmacists Association Launches Executive Residency Program; Names Six to Inaugural Class

CONTACT: Frank Fortin
202.223.7189; ffortin@aphanet.org

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Pharmacists Association announced today that six student pharmacists have been named to its 2021-2022 class of executive residencies for the association.

The APhA Executive Residency Program was designed to provide pharmacists with training and experience in the fundamentals of association management to support APhA’s vision, mission, and brand identity as the leading professional organization representing pharmacists in all practice settings. Residents contribute to APhA’s strategic priorities and operations through collaborations with staff teams across the organization. 

The members of 2021-2022 class of executive residents are:

Aiya Almogaber, from the University of South Carolina School of Pharmacy in Columbia, SC. She will serve in APhA’s practice department during her residency.

Brittany Botescu, from the Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy in Baltimore, MD. She will serve in APhA’s practice department during her residency

Johanna Katroscik, from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy in Minneapolis, MN. She will serve in APhA’s publications and education departments during her residency.

Laurrie Lorenzo, from the Regis University Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions in Denver, CO. She will serve in APhA’s education department during her residency.

Trey Melazzo, from the Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy in Homewood, AL. He will serve in the Board of Pharmacy Specialties during his residency.

Halley Mook, from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, in Pittsburgh, PA. She will serve in APhA’s education department during her residency.

The application period for the next class of executive residents will open in the Fall of 2021.

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