About

ABOUT OUR CHAPTER

History

Established in 1991, we are the NCPA Student Chapter at the McWhorter School of Pharmacy at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. The School of Pharmacy at Samford was established in 1927 under Howard College, later renamed Samford University. NCPA is the national specialty association for pharmacists and pharmacy students interested in independent community practice. 

 

Executive Committee 

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Chapter President

Liz Lucas 

Liz is a P3 student from Birmingham, AL. She currently works at Crestline Pharmacy in Mountain Brook, AL. She graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South in 2015 with a Chemistry degree.  


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Vice President

Breanna Locke

Breanna is a P3 student from Murphy, North Carolina. She currently works at Gentry Pharmacy.


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President-Elect

Brooke Seawell

Brooke is a P2 student from Tuscaloosa, AL.  She currently works at Crestline Pharmacy in Mountain Brook, AL.  


 

Secretary

Katherine Cory

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Treasurer

Kate CHristopher

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Membership and Recruitment Chair

Megan Cooper

Megan


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Community Service Chair

Jenny Chappelle

Jenny is a P3 student from Westport, WA. She currently works at Green Valley Drug. 


 

Historian and Social Media Chair

Rachel Wright

Rachel


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Fundraising Chair

Adrienna Miller 

Adrienna is a P3 student from Paxton, Florida. She has worked at The Prescription Place Pharmacy in DeFuniak Springs, Fl as well as Harbin Pharmacy in Birmingham, AL. 


P1 Liaison

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Faculty Advisor

John A. (Jake) Galdo, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCGP

Dr. Galdo is from Atlanta, GA. His expertise includes quality measures in healthcare, community practice, primary care, and residency/student training. He loves to share his passion of pharmacy with students and colleagues, hoping to unify the profession to one voice, where clinical is synonymous with pharmacy, not practice setting. He has numerous publications and has made multiple presentations across the nation.