INtegrate 2024 - Speakers

pheonix, Arizona

Amy Addams
Director of Student Affairs Alignment and Holistic Review
Association of American Medical Colleges

Ms. Addams is a diversity, equity, and inclusion expert, change management professional, researcher and author. She has robust experience in both higher education and in the not-for-profit space. Her work focuses on creating and sustaining equitable and inclusive systems, cultures, policies and processes in the fields of medical education and community health.

At the AAMC, she leads the holistic review work across the continuum from pre-med preparation and admissions through residency recruitment and selection as well as emerging work on disability inclusion. For the Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HPRC), she engaged Boston-area middle schools and community members to make lasting changes in nutrition and physical activity.

Her credits as an author include, co-author of the Roadmap to Diversity: Integrating Holistic Review Practices into Medical School Admission Processes; co-author of Best Practices for Conducting Residency Program Interviews and Holistic Review in Medical School Admissions and Selection: A Strategic, Mission-Driven Response to Shifting Societal Needs; several peer reviewed articles on the experiences of medical students with disabilities; developmental editor for Accessibility, Inclusion, and Action in Medical Education: Lived Experiences of Learners and Physicians with Disabilities and Roadmap to Excellence: Key Concepts for Evaluating the Impact of Medical School Holistic Admissions; and developmental editor, key contributor and facilitator of the Holistic Review in Admissions and Selection workshops. 

Carolyn Booker, Ph.D.
Chief of Educational Services
American Dental Association 

Dr. Carolyn Booker serves as the chief of educational services for the American Dental Education Association (ADEA). In this role at ADEA, she manages the centralize application services for four ADEA programs: ADEA AADSAS (ADEA Associated American Dental Schools Application Service), ADEA PASS (ADEA Postdoctoral Application Support Service), ADEA CAAPID (ADEA Centralized Application for Advanced Placement for International Dentists) and ADEA DHCAS (ADEA Dental Hygiene Centralized Application Service) and is responsible for all recruitment and outreach programs and initiatives. 

Previously, Dr. Booker worked as the associate dean of students and administrative faculty affairs and associate professor at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. During this period, she administered all student services activities and faculty affairs, supervised financial aid services, served as the course director for Ethics and Professionalism, and administered elementary, middle, high school and college enrichment programs. She obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from South Carolina State University, and her doctorate from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. She has worked mostly in higher education, working previously at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, the University of North Carolina School at Chapel Hill Adams School of Dentistry and Radford University. She has obtained certification as a rehabilitation counselor, licensed professional counselor and a board-certified life coach. She has provided presentations on holistic admissions, dentistry as a career option, how to successfully manage a health professions curriculum, professionalism, communications and multicultural competency skills. Dr. Booker has been actively involved in several professional associations such as the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions, American Counseling Association, The American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, and the Association of Multicultural Counseling and Development. She is a past-president of the National Association of Medical Minority Educators. 

Rebecca Brierley
Assistant Dean for Communications and Alumni Relations
University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Ms. Brierley is the assistant dean for communications and alumni relations at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences where she has worked for the past 20+ years in a variety of administrative roles and has served as assistant dean since 2012.

In her capacity as assistant dean, she oversees schoolwide strategic communications, publications including digital and print, web site development, marketing/public relations, social media, and issues management. Oversight of alumni relations activities include outreach and cultivation of 6100+ alumni and their strategic engagement with the school, our students, and programs.

Brigit M. Carter, Ph.D., RN, CCRN, FAAN
Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer
American Association of Colleges of Nursing

Dr. Carter, Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, joined the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in February 2023. She is professor emerita at the Duke University School of Nursing where she served as the associate dean for diversity and inclusion from 2018-2023. From 2015-2018, she served as the director of the DUSON Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program. Dr. Carter earned her B.S.N. at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in 1998, a Master of Science degree in nursing education from University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2002, and Ph.D. in nursing from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. She has served as the project director for two HRSA nursing workforce diversity grants at DUSON, whose focus is to increase underrepresented minorities in nursing and understanding of social determinants among undergraduate nursing students. Her current educational research is focused on the experiences of students with microaggressions and developing strategies to mitigate the impact of microaggressions.

Dr. Carter is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, an Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity, and a Duke Teaching for Equity fellow.

Dr. Carter retired from the U.S. Navy as a commander after 28 years of service in January 2018.

Rebecca Ceraul, B.A.
Assistant Dean for Communications and Marketing
University of Maryland, School of Pharmacy

Ms. Ceraul, assistant dean for communications and marketing at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy (UMSOP) in Baltimore, is a public relations professional with more than 25 years of experience in strategic communications, marketing, media relations, publications, web site development, internal communications and event planning. At UMSOP, she is a member of the dean’s leadership team and oversees a multifaceted office of professionals that supports the school’s student recruitment, business development, reputation enhancement and audience engagement efforts.

She joined the school of pharmacy in 2008 after serving for three years as assistant director of media relations at the University of Maryland School of Medicine where she managed local, national and international media relations for the school’s basic science departments and its Department of Pediatrics. She was previously a public relations specialist at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Va. 

She graduated magna cum laude from Christopher Newport University with a B.A. in fine and performing arts with a concentration in communications. 

Wendy Cox, Pharm.D.
Associate Dean for Admissions and Accreditation 
Associate Professor, Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Dr. Cox is associate dean for admissions and accreditation and an associate professor in the Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy. She received her Pharm.D. from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and completed a pharmacy practice residency at the Medical University of South Carolina and a primary care specialty residency through Campbell University at Kaiser Permanente and the Southern Regional Area Health Education Center (AHEC). 

Prior to her appointment at UNC, Dr. Cox worked at the Northwest and Wake AHECs, serving as the coordinator of pharmacy education and the director of pharmacotherapy services, respectively, with a clinical practice in ambulatory care. In 2005, she joined the faculty at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and has served in multiple roles, including the director of student services, the assistant dean for professional education, the associate dean for curricular and student affairs, and the associate dean for professional education. In her current role as associate dean for admissions and accreditation, Dr. Cox oversees recruitment and admissions initiatives and the accreditation efforts of the Pharm.D. program. She also teaches in the leadership and professional development course series and various pharmacotherapy courses. Her primary research interests include admissions, curricular design, and teaching and learning methods.

Teresa DeLellis, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCGP
Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice
Associate Professor
Manchester University College of Pharmacy

Dr. DeLellis, chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and associate professor at Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural & Health Sciences, is deeply passionate about people, leadership, and their impact on organizational success. Her interest in leadership emerged during a 2-year faculty development fellowship and was further nurtured at a year-long Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This passion drove her to successfully revamp the pharmacy practice department within her college, during a time of organizational restructuring that coincided with the launch of new programs and pathways within existing programs.

With extensive experience in a variety of inpatient and outpatient healthcare settings, Dr. DeLellis has received national awards from agencies such as the ABIM Foundation. She received recognition for her work in leading teams to design and implement interprofessional older adult transitions of care and medication management at the local and regional level within hospitals and health systems. She consults for multiple healthcare organizations, national regulatory entities, and health departments across the country, specializing in quality improvement initiatives for older adult care.

Active in professional and community organizations such as AACP, the American Geriatrics Society, and local non-profit entities, Dr. DeLellis advocates for systemic changes in health professional education and quality of care for older adults. Her research focuses on interprofessional geriatric care models, polypharmacy, deprescribing, and pharmacogenomics.  Dr. DeLellis earned her Pharm.D. from Wayne State University and completed a PGY1-2 in Geriatrics at UPMC St. Margaret before joining Manchester University in 2015.  

Janet P. Engle, Pharm.D., Ph.D. (Hon), FAPhA, FCCP, FNAP
Executive Director
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education

Dr. Engle is the executive director of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). She is past president of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), the national professional society of pharmacists with more than 60,000 members. She has served as a voting member of the FDA Nonprescription Drug Advisory Committee and continues as a special government employee consultant to the FDA. Dr. Engle is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Board of Pharmacy Specialties. Dr. Engle was elected as a distinguished practitioner in the National Academies of Practice in Pharmacy. She has also been named a fellow of the APhA Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management and a fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. She has received the APhA Distinguished Achievement Award for Clinical/Pharmacotherapeutic Practice.

Dr. Engle is an internationally recognized expert on the topics of nonprescription medicines, pharmacy education and leadership, in addition to being very active in international pharmacy. She has served as chair of the ACPE International Commission and is serving a third term as overseas expert of the Post Graduate Allied Health Institute Board at Singapore General Hospital. Dr. Engle has worked with National Taiwan University and was a guest professor at Harbin Medical University in China. She worked with the Pharmacy Council of Thailand and received an honorary Ph.D. in pharmaceutical sciences from Khon Kaen University in Thailand. She has served as a consultant to the Western Pacific Region of the World Health Organization. She has practiced pharmacy in community, hospital, long-term care and pharmacy-directed ambulatory clinic settings.

Michelle Z. Farland, Pharm.D., CDCES
Interim Co-Chair for Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research
Clinical Professor
University of Florida

Dr. Farland serves as the interim co-chair for pharmacotherapy and translational research at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. Previously, she was division head of community-based pharmacotherapy. Her educational research focuses on outcomes of team-based learning and personal and professional development. Dr. Farland has been recognized by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy with the 2012 New Educator Award, by the Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) in 2016 as a team-based learning consultant-trainer, and by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) in 2017 as an Emerging Teaching Scholar. She also received an honorable mention for the AACP Innovations in Teaching Award in 2019.

David J. Friedman
Founder and CEO
High Performing Culture

Mr. Friedman is an award-winning CEO, entrepreneur, author and renowned public speaker. In 2011, he published his first book, Fundamentally Different, which is based on the insights he learned and taught throughout his leadership career. In 2021, he published the second edition of his book, Culture by Design, the definitive “how-to” manual for building a high-performance culture—even in the new remote work environment. His current company, High Performing Culture, has helped hundreds of companies throughout North America to implement his culture operating system, CultureWise®.

Kelly Gable, Pharm.D., BCPP
Director of Well-Being and Resilience
Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Dr. Gable is a professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and director of well-being and resilience at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy. She joined SIUE from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in 2007.

Dr. Gable is a graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, and subsequently completed a specialty residency in psychiatric pharmacy practice at the University of Southern California. Her clinical areas of focus include expanding mental health care access within low-income communities and enhancing harm reduction, trauma-informed care, motivational interviewing and suicide prevention strategies within healthcare. She is committed to promoting well-being within pharmacy education and challenging future pharmacists to embrace patient-centered care as an integral part of the healthcare team.   

Kathleen M. Giacomini, Ph.D., B.S.Pharm
Dean of the School of Pharmacy
University of California—San Francisco

Dr. Giacomini is the current dean of the University of California—San Francisco School of Pharmacy. Of multi-ethnic ancestry, Dr. Giacomini has been recognized for her commitment to diversity as the winner of the UCSF Martin Luther King Award by the UCSF United Filipinx Association.

She is a world-renowned scientist and leader in the field of membrane transporters with a focus on genetic polymorphisms. She cloned, characterized and discovered the endogenous role of the human transporter, OCT1 (SLC22A1), and recently de-orphaned SLC22A24 and SLC22A15—discovering physiologic and pharmacologic substrates of both transporters.

Dr. Giacomini co-founded the International Transporter Consortium and the Pharmacogenomics Global Research Network. She is the co-principal investigator of the UCSF-Stanford Center of Excellence in Regulatory Sciences and Innovation, funded by the Food and Drug Administration. She also has received numerous awards for her scientific accomplishments including an honorary doctorate degree from Uppsala University and as an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine.

Diane B. Ginsburg, Ph.D., M.S., R.Ph., FASHP
Associate Dean for Healthcare Partnerships
Clinical Professor of Pharmacy
University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Ginsburg completed her B.S. in pharmacy at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy in 1984 and a M.S. at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy in 1990. She completed a two-year ASHP-accredited residency in hospital pharmacy administration in 1987 at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in higher education administration and leadership from the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently a clinical professor and interim head in the pharmacy practice division, associate dean for healthcare partnerships and G.D. Searle Endowed Fellow in Pharmacy at the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. She is also a Gallup-certified strengths coach.

She has been active with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and served as president and a three-year term on the Board of Directors. She has served ASHP in several other capacities including chair, Council on Educational Affairs, AJHP Editorial Advisory Board, Texas delegate, and co-coordinator of National Clinical Skills Competition. She is co-editor of Infectious Disease Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment and an author and editor of ASHP’s Preceptor’s Handbook for Pharmacists. She was inducted as a fellow of ASHP in 1998 and served as chair of the ASHP Research and Education Foundation Board of Directors.

She is a past president of the Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists and TSHP Research & Education Foundation. She has received several honors and awards including the 2005 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy and is a 2016 recipient of the Texas Ex Students Association Texas Ten Award recognizing the 10 most talented and inspiring professors at the University of Texas at Austin.

Dr. Ginsburg is internationally known for her work on ethics and the legal and regulatory aspects of pharmacy and healthcare.

Judi Godsey, Ph.D., MSN, RN
DNP Faculty
University of Kentucky

Dr. Godsey is faculty in the doctoral program at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing. She is a researcher and co-founding director of the Institute for the Brand Image of Nursing, which highlights significant gaps between nurses’ current vs. desired image, as well as the incongruent image of nursing held by the public.

Recommendations from this original research (replicated in Chinese, Arabic and soon in Spanish) include bolstering the growth of influential nurse leaders by adopting and living the brand “All Nurses Are Leaders” throughout all corners of nursing and across the globe.

Dr. Godsey has more than 30 years of nursing experience and has contributed numerous publications including Factors Contributing to the Inconsistent Brand Image of Nursing, which received the coveted Excellence in Research Award in 2022 by Nursing Outlook. 

She received nursing degrees from Northern Kentucky University, and a Ph.D. in nursing from the University of Hawaii. Dr. Godsey was awarded Researcher of the Year by the Kentucky Nurses Association and was recently inducted as a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.

Seena L. Haines, Pharm.D., BCACP, NBC-HWC, CHWC, FAPhA, FCCP, FASHP, FNAP, RYT 500
Director for Professional Well-Being and Belonging
The University of Mississippi

Dr. Haines is the director for professional well-being and belonging at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. She also served as department chair of pharmacy practice at the University of Mississippi (2016-2022). Prior to joining the University of Mississippi, Dr. Haines served as senior associate dean for faculty and professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University.

Dr. Haines is a nationally board-certified health and wellness coach (NBC-HWC) and certified well-being coach. She is a Positive Psychology Practitioner and has completed certifications in trauma and resilience, managing happiness, mental health first aid and QPR training. Dr. Haines is part of two HRSA funded well-being grants with the office of well-being at UMMC and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), serving as a lead implementation coach for the Well-Being Ambassador program with ASHP. She has a total grant funding to date of $7,061,799.

Other achievements include board certification in ambulatory care practice; fellow, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; fellow, American Pharmacists Association; fellow, American College of Clinical Pharmacy; AACP Outstanding Service Award, Pharmacy Practice Section; Distinguished Fellow, National Academies of Practice; 2021 Women Pharmacist of the Year Awardee; ASHP Distinguished Practitioner, ambulatory care practitioners section; AACP Innovation in Teaching Award; Preceptor of Distinction; Hero in Medicine; fellow, inaugural AACP Academic Leadership Fellows Program, PGY1 and PGY2 residency well-being coordinator; lead faculty for well-being and resiliency in the office of well-being; certified mindfulness teacher; certified yoga instructor; vice president of professional development, National Academies of Practice (2019-2023); and co-lead, AACP Well-Being and Resiliency Community.

T. Kristopher Harrell, Pharm.D., M.A., FASHP
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Pharmacy Practice 
The University of Mississippi 

Dr. Harrell has been in academia and practiced as a pharmacist for more than 20 years. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Mississippi. He completed postgraduate residency training at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System and a second primary care residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He also received a Master of Arts degree in higher education and student personnel from the University of Mississippi. Prior to assuming his current academic dean role four years ago, Dr. Harrell was the director of experiential education for 12 years.

Tom Hayes, Ph.D.
Professor of Marketing
Xavier University

"I chose to view my life as a multi-faceted creation of my wildest dreams."

Dr. Hayes is professor of marketing at the Williams College of Business at Xavier University. In his 48 years, he also served as dean of the college, chair of the marketing department and director of institutional advancement. 

He was a founding partner of SimpsonScarborough, a full-service marketing and branding company in higher education. He founded the AMA's Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education. He was on the board of the local chapter for 10 years and served as vice president twice on the national board of the AMA in the services and marketing management divisions. 

Dr. Hayes has won CASE’s Crystal Apple Award for speaking excellence and has had two books published by CASE: Marketing Colleges and Universities from a Services Perspective published in September 2009 (recipient of the Alice Beeman Award for scholarship excellence in its field) and University Marketing Mistakes: 50 Pitfalls to Avoid published in March 2008 (co-authored with Roy Adler). He also published Marketing Professional Services with Philip Kotler in 2002.

Dr. Hayes received a bachelor’s degree in psychology as well as an MBA in marketing at Xavier University. He also received an MBA in organization behavior and a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Cincinnati. He was awarded an ACE Fellowship for the 2004-2005 academic year which he served at Kenyon College.

Richard J. Kasmer, Pharm.D., J.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy
Vice President, Academic Affairs 
Northeast Ohio Medical University

Dr. Kasmer is dean of the College of Pharmacy and vice president, Academic Affairs, at the Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown, Ohio. Dr. Kasmer has 30+ years of diversified clinical, development, operations and leadership experience. A strategic minded individual with a documented history of building and leading teams to accomplish short- and long-term goals & objectives. His primary area of expertise is Pharmacy Law and legal related matters.  

Pamela H. Koerner, BS, Pharm.D., BCPS
Assistant Dean of Curriculum and Professional Engagement
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Duquesne University School of Pharmacy

Dr. Koerner is the assistant dean of curriculum and professional engagement and associate professor of pharmacy practice at the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy. Prior to her current position, she served as division head for the pharmacy practice division.

Dr. Koerner earned her BS in pharmacy and Pharm.D. at Duquesne University. Following that, she completed a PGY1 residency at West Virginia University Hospital and a PGY2 in specialty pharmacy at the University of Pittsburgh and Stadtlanders Pharmacy. She then worked with the pharmaceutical industry, developing educational programing for specialty medications.

Currently, Dr. Koerner is responsible for coordination of the abilities-based laboratories courses throughout the professional program and is the director of the pharmacy practice lab. She has a practice site at AllianceRx Walgreens Prime and had been the residency program director for a PY1 community residency program there for the last 10 years. She is also board certified in pharmacotherapy.

Kelly C. Lee, Pharm.D., M.A.S., BCPP
Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation
Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
University of California - San Diego

Dr. Lee is a board-certified psychiatric pharmacist and practices under a Collaborative Practice Agreement at UC San Diego Health. Dr. Lee’s scholarly interests include optimizing psychotropic medications within health systems, burnout, depression and suicide among health professionals, and scholarship of teaching and learning. Dr. Lee is an author of over 120 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and 50 abstracts. She has lectured at international and national meetings and serves on national committees.

She is a fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and American Society of Health System Pharmacists. Dr. Lee served as an expert consultant to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, MedImpact HealthCare Systems, Inc., and California Mental Health Care Management Program. Dr. Lee is currently an editor for Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice textbook. She is involved professionally in organizations such as American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists (AAPP). Her hobbies include tennis, golf and travel.

Cameron C. Lindsey, Pharm.D., M.P.H., BC-ADM, CDCES, BCACP
Chair of the Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration
Tenured Professor
University of Missouri-Kansas City

Dr. Lindsey is the chair of the Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy. She is a tenured professor and has been actively involved with student pharmacists via didactic, experiential and co-curricular learning venues in addition to her advisory role for the campus’ APhA-ASP and Kappa Epsilon Fraternity chapters.

She has been board-certified in advanced diabetes management since 2003, a Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist (CDCES) since 2009, and a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist since 2011. She is a certified immunizing pharmacist and has been educating students and pharmacists to become certified since 2004. She has been creatively leading multiple co-curricular activities over the years including community engagement projects, academic-service learning experiences, international missions, student leadership and advocacy for the uninsured. In her role as chair, she has embraced creative workspaces and ideas to invest and support the team within her division across three campuses.

To assist patients, Dr. Lindsey has practiced and conducted research in a wide array of settings. Recently, she has led the school’s efforts to provide COVID-19 vaccine delivery across the Kansas City area as well as to UMKC faculty/staff and students while also leveraging the school’s resources to help those in need across the state. She recently completed her appointment housed at the Clay County Public Health Center. Prior to that, she had instituted clinical pharmacy services at the local Veterans Affairs Medical Center and continued to expand her patient outreach by having a 14-year presence as director of the Patient Assistance Program at the Shared Care Free Health Clinic of Jackson County until its closure in June 2014. Along with a dedicated group of students, she obtained donated medications from drug companies with contributions reaching close to $9 million. Her scholarly activities have resulted in numerous papers, manuscripts and a book chapter.

Some of Dr. Lindsey’s proudest accomplishments include receiving seven local teaching awards, the Governor’s Award for Teaching, the UMKC Student Government Outstanding Advisor Award and the national APhA-ASP and KE Advisor of the Year Awards. She has been recognized by her state pharmacy association as a “Pharmacist Making a Difference” and received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Ingram’s Heroes in Healthcare Award and the KE Merck Vanguard Leadership in Pharmacy Award. Recently, she received the UMKC Board of Trustees 2021 Leo E. Morton Community Service Award and will be receiving the Linwood F. Tice Friend APhA-ASP Award from APhA in 2023. She wholeheartedly believes that it takes a community to raise a pharmacist and with that, comes the responsibility to give back to that community!

Richard N. Logan “Tripp” III, Pharm.D.
Vice President, SEMO Rx Pharmacies and Care Coordination
L & S Pharmacy

Dr. Logan received his Pharm.D. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy in 2002. After graduation, he returned to his native Charleston, MO to practice pharmacy with his father, Richard. The Logan family currently owns and operates community pharmacies in southeast Missouri, as well as SEMO Rx Care Coordination, an outcomes-based care coordination and medication optimization center. SEMO Rx Pharmacies and the SEMO Rx Care Coordination Center each maintain a strong local focus on patient care, care coordination, health equity, social determinants of health and positive health outcomes.

Dr. Logan currently practices at L & S Pharmacy in Charleston, MO. He also has served in measure development leadership at the Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA), is an NCPA Innovation Center board member, a Community Pharmacy Foundation (CPF) board member, member of the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN) Luminary Expert Council, CPESN Health Equity Lead Luminary and a founding member and current COO of Seguridad, Inc.

Melissa McGivney, Pharm.D., FCCP, FAPhA
Associate Dean for Community Partnerships
University of Pittsburgh

Dr. McGivney is committed to advancing pharmacist-provided patient care and inspiring the next generation of student pharmacist leaders. As associate dean for community partnerships and professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, she has fostered novel partnerships between academia, community pharmacies (independent and chain), state and local health departments, professional associations and health payers supporting the development and payment for pharmacist-provided patient care. She is skilled at bringing people together to collaboratively solve problems, build programs and advocate for the betterment of our profession and patient care.

Dr. McGivney is a founding board member of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Care Network/CPESN, which includes 200 community pharmacies. She directs the Academia-CPESN Transformation (ACT) Pharmacy Collaborative of faculty from 100 colleges/schools of pharmacy and formerly served as a PGY1 community-based residency director for 15 years. She collaboratively developed patient care practices in family medicine, chain and independent pharmacies and most recently, the university's mass vaccination services.

She has been elected to the APhA Board of Trustees beginning in 2024. At the University of Pittsburgh, she serves as APhA-Academy of Student Pharmacists faculty advisor while an active member of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA), American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) and American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). She is a frequent speaker and contributor to association programs.

She received her Pharm.D. from the University of Pittsburgh and completed an ambulatory care residency at UPMC Presbyterian/University of Pittsburgh. She joined the Pitt Pharmacy faculty in 2003 after faculty appointments at Wilkes University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy and UPMC St. Margaret Family Medicine residency program.

Rebecca Moote, Pharm.D., M.Sc., BCPS
Assistant Division Head of the Pharmacotherapy Division
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Texas                          

Dr. Moote is a clinical associate professor at the University of Texas College of Pharmacy and has an adjunct appointment with the Department of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio (UTHSA). She serves as the assistant division head of the pharmacotherapy division for the UT College of Pharmacy.

Dr. Moote received her Doctor of Pharmacy in 2007 from the University of Texas at Austin and Master of Science in pharmacy and advanced practice pharmacotherapy specialty residency at UTHSA in 2009. Dr. Moote maintains an active practice as a clinical internal medicine pharmacist at University Hospital and precepts over 20 pharmacy students and residents a year. 

Her research focus is interprofessional education and she serves as the scholarship dissemination coordinator for Linking Interprofessional Networks for Collaboration (LINC) at UTHSA. In 2023, she was inducted into the National Academies of Practice (NAP) as a distinguished scholar and fellow in the Pharmacy Academy. 

Julie A. Murphy, PharmD, FASHP, FCCP, BCPS 
Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice 
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
University of Toledo

Dr. Murphy is an associate professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and serves as the associate dean for academic affairs for the University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (UTCPPS). An alumna (1998/2001) of UTCPPS, Dr. Murphy completed a clinical pharmacy residency in internal medicine with the St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Forest Park Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. Upon completion of the residency, she joined the faculty at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy and served as the clinical pharmacist for the inpatient Family Medicine teams at Forest Park Hospital and Mercy Hospital St. Louis. In 2012, she joined the faculty with UTCPPS. She served as an internal medicine clinical pharmacist at the University of Toledo Medical Center and ProMedica Toledo Hospital. She is a fellow in both the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Dr. Murphy’s research interests include the impact of the implementation of pharmacy services, improving patient outcomes, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. For her research efforts, Dr. Murphy has received a Best Practice Award and multiple top poster awards. Students have selected Dr. Murphy for various outstanding precepting and teaching awards. Dr. Murphy is an active member of several professional organizations at the local, state, and national level. Dr. Murphy is a member of the Academic Leadership Fellow Program Cohort 20.

Heather MW Petrelli, M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Acting Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
University of South Florida Taneja College of Pharmacy

Dr. Petrelli is the associate dean for student affairs and acting associate dean for academic affairs at the USF Taneja College of Pharmacy. Dr. Petrelli holds a Ph.D. in educational leadership, higher education administration and a master’s degree in counseling. She is a seasoned executive with 28 years of progressive leadership serving a broad range of diverse institutions in teaching, assessment, counseling, and all functional areas of student affairs.

Over the past 17 years, Dr. Petrelli’s appointments include assistant dean for student services at the University of Maryland and founding faculty and administrator at LECOM Bradenton School of Pharmacy. She joined the USF College of Pharmacy in 2010 as inaugural associate dean for student affairs and assessment. Her teaching experience includes social and behavioral aspects of pharmaceutical care, medication adherence, motivational interviewing, effective communication, and death and dying for healthcare professionals. 

Dr. Petrelli serves as an organizational and leadership development consultant and keynote speaker. She also has extensive experience training a variety of healthcare professionals in motivational interviewing. Dr. Petrelli is an active scholar, authoring journal articles and book chapters on motivational interviewing, resilience, mental health and wellness, generational differences, holistic admissions, inequality in education, and factors impacting academic motivation.  

An active member of AACP since 2005, Dr. Petrelli served in leadership through numerous appointments to committees, task forces, and chair roles of the Student Services SIG and Administrative Services Section. She serves as an ACPE site visitor and reviewer for AJPE, annual meetings, and New Investigator Awards. She served on the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism Task Force and is currently serving on the Addressing Burnout and Building Culture Task Force. Dr. Petrelli is a recipient of the James Robertson Jr. Excellence in Student Affairs Leadership award and in July 2023 won the national award for Sustained Contribution in Administrative Practice.

Sarah Ray, Pharm.D., BCPS, FAPhA
Chair of Department of Pharmacy Practice
Concordia University

Dr. Ray is professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy (CUWSOP). She is the director of a post graduate year one (PGY1) pharmacy residency and is also a preceptor within the residency program. Sarah has been a faculty instructor for the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery National Certificate Training Program since 2013. On campus, she teaches in the applied patient care lab series, pharmacotherapy courses and the social and behavioral pharmacy course. She also teaches in a pharmacogenomics elective and an ambulatory care pharmacy practice elective.

She maintains a clinical practice at Progressive Community Health Center in Milwaukee. Her clinical practice focus is primary care and underserved patients. Her research interests include patient communication and patient storytelling. She is CUWSOP’s Academia-CPESN Transformation (ACT) Champion for the ACT Pharmacy Collaborative. She is a member of Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin’s Ambulatory Care Advisory Committee and Provider Status Implementation Task Force. She is also an active member of several national and local pharmacy organizations, including the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, American Pharmacists Association, Greater Milwaukee College of Clinical Pharmacy (founding member and past president) and the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin.  

Misty M. Stutz, Pharm.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Sullivan University

Dr. Stutz is dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Sullivan University in Louisville, KY. In this role, she oversees a Doctor of Pharmacy degree program, a Master of Science in physician assistant program, and a pharmacy technician program. Dr. Stutz has been at Sullivan since 2008 and has served in multiple roles, including assistant dean of experiential education, department chair of clinical and administrative sciences, director of the pharmacy technician program, and dean. Her passions are education and pharmacy practice, and she has been instrumental in the development of a service unit, now housed with the Office of Academic Affairs and Assessment, that supports faculty with educational best practices. She has been actively involved in the growth of postgraduate education programs, including developing and serving as Residency Program Director for two community practice residencies. As a pharmacist, she is active in advocacy to support the profession, including serving as past president of the Kentucky Pharmacists Association. Her focus is advancement of the pharmacy profession both in creating pathways for sustainable economic pharmacist careers and advancing the role of the pharmacy technician. 
Prior to her time at Sullivan, Dr. Stutz had over 20 years in community-based practice. She holds her Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from the University of Cincinnati and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Kentucky. 

Barbara Trautlein, Ph.D.
Author and Principal
Change Catalysts

Dr. Trautlein is author of the best-selling book, Change Intelligence: Use the Power of CQ to Lead Change that Sticks, principal and founder of Change Catalysts and originator of the CQ® System for Developing Change Intelligence®. For over 30 years, she has coached executives, trained leaders at all levels, certified change agents and facilitated mission-critical change management initiatives—achieving bottom-line business and powerful leadership results for clients.
In 2015, she had the honor of being awarded Change Management Consultant of the Year by the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Midwest Chapter. She is gifted at sharing strategies and tactics that are accessible, actionable and immediately applicable. Her blend of research and real-world expertise makes her an in-demand speaker at conferences in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Barbara has a unique ability to connect with her audiences, from C-level executives in Fortune 50 organizations to front line employees, as well as across industries, from steel mills to sales teams, refineries to retail outlets, and healthcare to high tech. Clients served include Abbot Laboratories, BP, Cisco, Ford, the NYPD and Northwestern University. Barbara holds a Doctorate in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan.  

Elizabeth Unni, Ph.D., MBA
Chair of Department of Social, Behavioral and Administrative Sciences
Associate Professor
Touro College of Pharmacy

Dr. Unni serves as the chair of the Department of Social, Behavioral and Administrative Sciences at the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) in New York. She also leads several post graduate programs at TCOP. 

Following completion of her pharmacy degree, Dr. Unni received her master’s degree in business administration from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and her Ph.D. in pharmaceutical socioeconomics from the University of Iowa. She has substantial experience in teaching pharmacy students on the various social and behavioral aspects of pharmacy. Her research expertise is on patients’ self-management of chronic diseases, with a focus on medication adherence, health literacy, self-efficacy and patient’s beliefs in medicines and illnesses. 

Dr. Unni is an active member of various academies including the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, American Pharmacist Association, International Society of Quality of Life, Academy of Communication in HealthCare, and the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Jonathan Wolfson, J.D.
Chief Legal Officer and Policy Director
The Cicero Institute

Mr. Wolfson is an attorney, policy advisor, author, teacher and speaker whose career includes multiple roles in both the private and public sectors. He has been a senior executive for the United States Department of Labor, a litigation attorney at an international law firm, an adjunct faculty member at the University of South Florida Honors College, a policy analyst at the White House, and a debate and public speaking coach and consultant. As the author of The Great Debate, a debate textbook used by students around the globe, he has provided debate, public speaking and organizational decision-making training to businesses, nonprofit organizations, academics and students alike.

He studied economics at Washington University in St. Louis and later earned his law degree at the University of Virginia School of Law. He presently is general counsel and senior policy advisor at the Cicero Institute, a nonpartisan think tank focused on creating entrepreneurial solutions to the most challenging public policy problems. Wolfson lives in Richmond, Va., with his wife and four children.