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American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP)

The mission statement of UIC’s American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, to improve patient care, and to envision and advance the future of pharmacy. APhA-ASP is the largest and most active pharmacy student organization at the UIC College of Pharmacy campus - our organization has receive accolades at the university, regional, and national levels for our innovative programming and engaging community outreach events. APhA-ASP provide opportunities for student pharmacists to become involved through patient care projects, community outreach, international organizations, career programming, and professional development. Our various initiatives include legislative advocacy, International Pharmacy Student Federation (IPSF), annual Clinical Skills Workshop, APhA-ASP/CVS’s National Patient Counseling Competition, and many more. ​

What we offer to our members:

● Three memberships in one (APhA, APhA-ASP, IPSF, and IPhA-optional)

● Networking with fellow students, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals at the local, regional, and national levels. ● Community outreach and patient education initiatives

● Leadership opportunities (such as the P1 Liaison position)

● Learn about special topics in pharmacy from influential guest speakers

● Traveling abroad opportunities!- pending COVID-19


Officers 2023-2024

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Marlowe Djuric Kachlic


President: Tenzin Chosang


President-Elect: Mya Nguyen 


Patient Care VP: Alexandra Wierzbiak


VP of Membership & Social: Kayley Sherwood 


VP of Policy (Senior): Sara Ganas


VP of Policy (Junior): Nancy Giang 


VP of Communications: Mashal Jiwani 


VP of Finance & Fundraising: Jordan Montgomery    


Operation Diabetes Chair: Amber Vu 


Operation Heart Chair: Jessica Opalka 


Operation Immunization Chair: Grace McGee


Operation Substance Use Disorders Chair: Lexi Terris 


P1 Liaison : TBD


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