Introducing the American Pharmacy Students-2

September 14, 2016

Jennie Smith


Hello! My name is Jennie Smith and I am in my fourth and final year of the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Wilkes University. I am from Hummelstown, Pennsylvania and currently work for CVS/Pharmacy. As a pharmacy student at Wilkes, I have been an active member of Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association, American Pharmacists Association, Lambda Kappa Sigma, and Phi Lambda Sigma. I enjoy being a member of these organizations and advocating for the profession of pharmacy. Besides pharmacy, another passion of mine is music. I have been playing the violin for about 15 years. I also love traveling to New York City whenever I get a chance to see a show, try a new restaurant, or just explore the city. Prior to this trip, I have not done much traveling outside of the United States. I have been to Canada and the Caribbean on family vacations. I am so excited for this trip to Uganda! I chose to participate in this trip because I am interested in public service and learning about healthcare on a global level. I am also excited to meet new people and try new things! Thanks for joining us via this blog as we begin our travels to Uganda.Jennie Smith


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Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton, NY USA
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1 Response to Introducing the American Pharmacy Students-2

  1. Hello….Jennie smith…this is deric from Mbarara…I have actually read your profile…we seem to share the same sentiments about pharmacy practice….I can’t wait to meet the whole team…Mbarara is waiting for you….Gdluck

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