WASHINGTON, DC – The American Pharmacists Association announced today that its 2022–2023 class of executive residents has been selected.
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 year-long residency begins in July.
The members of the 2022–2023 class of executive residents are:
Morgan Carson-Marino from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy in Gainesville, FL. Morgan will serve in APhA's member relations department during their residency.
Aneesh Asokan, from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy in Edwardsville, IL. Aneesh will serve in the Board of Pharmacy Specialties during their residency.
Isabella Blankenship, from Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Des Moines, IA. Isabella will serve in APhA’s practice and government affairs departments during their residency.
Mariecus Jarvis, from Howard University College of Pharmacy in Washington, DC. Mariecus will serve in APhA’s education department during their residency.
Shivani Modi, from Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy in Baltimore, MD. Shivani will serve in APhA’s practice and government affairs departments during their residency.
Lauren Walters, from University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in Columbia, SC. Lauren will serve in APhA’s publishing department during their residency.
Brooke Whittington, from University of Arizona College of Pharmacy in Tucson, AZ. Brooke will serve in APhA’s education department during their residency.
The application period for the next class of executive residents will open in the Fall of 2022.
APhA is the only organization advancing the entire pharmacy profession. Our expert staff and strong volunteer leadership, including many experienced pharmacists, allow us to deliver vital leadership to help pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians find success and satisfaction in their work and advocate for changes that benefit them, their patients, and their communities. For more information, please visit www.pharmacist.com.