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Meet Your Region Supervisors!

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. 

Northern New England Region

Chapters: Alpha, Xi, Alpha Rho, Alpha Psi

Katelyn Toeniskoetter

Katelyn.Toeniskoetter@lks.org

Katie graduated from St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Missouri in 2017.  There she was initiated into Alpha Zeta Chapter in 2012 and was actively involved in both the college and chapter serving as a part of Executive Board, as New Member Educator, on convention committees, and others.  She currently works at Washington University Siteman Cancer Center as an oncology pharmacist. Outside of work she is a cat and dog mom, amateur wine snob, and enjoys swimming at the local Y.  Katie is eager to work with the collegiates of the Northern New England Region this upcoming biennium. 

Eastern Atlantic Region

Chapters: Alpha Beta, Alpha Eta, Alpha Pi, Beta Beta

Amy Rumanowski

Amy.Rumanowski@lks.org

"Hi there! My name is Amy Rumanowski and I am a 2018 PharmD graduate from the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy with minors in Spanish and leadership studies. Back in 2012, I was initiated into Xi Chapter and during my time as a student pharmacist I served as historian, vice president, professional chair and corresponding secretary. I have been a proud member of the CVS Health team since 2011 and recently transitioned into the Pharmacist role in the southern Rhode Island district. Outside of work you can find me creating art for my Etsy page, propagating succulents, or cuddling with my adorable hedgehog Rosie. I look forward to collaborating with the collegiate chapters and Grand Council!"

 

 

 

Northeastern Region

Chapters: Delta, Tau, Alpha Theta, Beta Alpha

Rachel Wylie

Rachel.Wylie@lks.org

Rachel Octavia Wylie, an alumni of the Alpha Zeta Collegiate Chapter at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, is the Regional Supervisor for the Northeastern Region. Prior to graduation, Rachel was a member of the Grand Council Bylaws Committee, the Alpha Zeta Parliamentarian, the President of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy's Interfraternal Council, and a Co-Founder of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy's Presidential Task Force on Greek Life before graduation in May of 2018. When she is not busy, Rachel can be found hanging out with her sisters or out on the lake. Rachel can be found on LinkedIn and Facebook. 

 

 

 

 

Mid-Atlantic Region

Chapters: Epsilon, Pi, Alpha Alpha, Alpha Phi

Samantha Moxie

Samantha.Moxie@lks.org

I recently graduated from the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy in May 2018 as a member of the Tau collegiate chapter. I was initiated into the collegiate chapter in my freshman yearI currently work at Rite Aid Pharmacy as a community pharmacist. If you can’t find me working, I am probably lounging by a pool or hanging out with my dog, Penny. I live about in a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania about 40 minutes away from downtown. I am very excited to start serving you as a new regional supervisor!

 

 

 

 

Southern Region

Chapters: Alpha Kappa, Alpha Nu, Alpha Sigma, Alpha Omega

Megan Dishman

Megan.Dishman@lks.org

 I am from a small town called Laurel, Indiana. I received my PharmD. from Butler University in Indianapolis, IN. My job title is floater pharmacist for Kroger Pharmacy in the Central Division (eastern Indiana mostly). I've been involved in LKS since 2012 as a part of the Phi Chapter. Some fun things I like to do include playing golf, attending Cincinnati Reds baseball games, and taking an obnoxious amount of photos of my dog Vader. 

 

 

 

 

Northern Lakes Region

Chapters: Omicron, Alpha Mu, Alpha Omicron, Alpha Chi

Tracee Abrams

Tracee.Abrams@lks.org

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

 

 

 

 

Midwestern Region

Chapters: Nu, Phi, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Iota

Vanessa Carranza

Vanessa.Carranza@lks.org

Dr. Carranza was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Delaware in 2012 and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The University of Kentucky (UK) College of Pharmacy in 2016. During her academic career, she held a variety of leadership positions, including Historian and President of the Pre-Pharmacy Society, UK College of Pharmacy Admissions Committee member, as well as Chaplain and President of the Alpha Nu Chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS). Dr. Carranza currently serves as the Associate Director of Clinical Education at Creative Educational Concepts (CEC), a continuing medical education company based in Lexington, KY. While at CEC, she has helped develop various regional and national educational initiatives focused on hematology/oncology, including regional Grand Rounds series and Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) chapters, as well as symposia held at national meetings such as, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), the Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association (HOPA), the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG), and ONS annual meetings. Dr. Carranza is currently a member of APhA, ASCO, AACR and ONS.

 

 

Western Region

Chapters: Lambda, Chi, Alpha Lambda, Alpha Xi

Michael VanLaanen

Michael.Vanlaanen@lks.org

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.