The Grand Council appoints Region Supervisors, who work directly with the collegiate chapters on management and growth and then report back to the Grand Council.
Chapters: Alpha, Xi, Alpha Rho, Alpha Psi
Justine graduated from UCONN School of Pharmacy, where she was initiated into the Alpha Beta Chapter as a freshman. She completed a PGY1 residency in New Haven, Connecticut, and a PGY2 residency in ambulatory care from the University of Cincinnati. Justine is currently a clinical specialist in ambulatory care at Boston Medical Center, where she works in the primary care, renal transplant and renal clinics with a diverse patient population and takes both residents and students on rotation. Justine looks forward to continuing to serve the collegiate members of the Northern New England region!
Chapters: Alpha Beta, Alpha Eta, Alpha Pi, Beta Beta
A 2016 graduate from the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy, Renee was initiated into Xi Chapter in 2010. As a student, she served as fundraising chair, treasurer, chapter president, alumni chair and convention ambassador. Renee was also a member of the Convention Committee. She is a pharmacy team leader for CVS Health in Rhode Island. Outside of work, Renee can be found training for half marathons or drawing. She greatly looks forward to working with the chapters of the Eastern Atlantic Region.
Chapters: Delta, Tau, Alpha Theta, Beta Alpha
Christina was initiated into Alpha Phi Chapter at Wilkes University in November 2010. Since graduating, she has served as the Northeastern Region Supervisor, Alpha Phi Alumni Chapter President, and a member of the Women's Health Issue (WHI) Committee. Currently, Christina is an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist at Community Health Network in an Internal Medicine/Endocrinology office. Christina resides in Indianapolis and enjoys cooking, outdoor activities and traveling.
Chapters: Epsilon, Pi, Alpha Alpha, Alpha Phi
Stephanie joined LKS in 2006 when initiated into Tau Chapter at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Since graduating in 2011, she has been working as a pharmacist manager specializing in medication adherence at a family-owned independent pharmacy with locations in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. Stephanie served as Region Supervisor from 2012-2014. She resides in Washington, Pennsylvania, about 20 miles south of Pittsburgh. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling and following the Pittsburgh Pirates, Penguins and Steelers as well as WWE wrestling.
Chapters: Alpha Kappa, Alpha Nu, Alpha Sigma, Alpha Omega
In 2008, Madeline was initiated into Xi Chapter at the University of Rhode Island, where she served as Chapter President, Treasurer and Alumni Chair. After graduation, Madeline helped reactive the Xi Alumni Chapter and currently serves as President. This is her first year as the Southern Region Supervisor. Madeline currently resides in Phoenix, where she is a Medicare Part D Clinical Pharmacist for Magellan Health and floater pharmacist with Walgreens.
Chapters: Omicron, Alpha Mu, Alpha Omicron, Alpha Chi
Tracee is a member of Xi Alumni Chapter and served as an Alternate and Northern Lakes Region Supervisor for the 2014-2016 biennium. She currently works at a Level II Trauma Center in Middletown, New York. Tracee is an avid photographer and loves to explore. When she's not in the kitchen cooking, Tracee is spending time with her fiance and their Dalmatian mix, Molly
Chapters: Nu, Phi, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Iota
Debbie was initiated into Omicron Chapter at Wayne State University in January 2011 and is currently an active member of the Omicron Alumni Chapter. Upon graduation, Debbie completed a community PGY1 with West Virginia University and Kroger pharmacy in Morgantown, West Virginia, and is currently a staff pharmacist with Kroger pharmacy in Westland, Michigan.
Chapters: Lambda, Chi, Alpha Lambda, Alpha Xi
After graduating from the University of Washington (Chi Chapter), Michael became a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider in Seattle. His greatest inspiration in pharmacy comes from opportunities to adopt and advocate innovative pharmacy practice. He enjoys ambulatory clinical practice as well as the inpatient setting and takes care to keep his skills sharp in each realm. Michael is also developing computer programming and various IT skills and holds certificates from the University of Washington in Medical Ethics and Pharmacy Education.