WASHINGTON – The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation has named Brian Wall, as the 2014-15 Knowlton Center Executive Resident in Association Management and Leadership. The residency, created by the Knowlton Foundation through the Center for Pharmacist-Based Health Solutions, seeks to prepare the next generation of leaders in the pharmacy profession. Wall will begin his year-long residency in June 2014 at APhA Foundation headquarters in Washington, D.C. As the Executive Resident, he will participate in a broad range of association management experiences and initiatives.
Wall, a final-year student pharmacist at Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa, was selected based upon his demonstrated leadership qualities and commitment to the pharmacy profession. He has been active in state and national pharmacy associations, Drake Pharmacy Unified Group of Students (DRxUGS), Phi Lambda Sigma and the professional pharmacy fraternity, Phi Delta Chi. Wall received the United States Public Health Service-Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Practice Award for his efforts on patient care and education provided by student pharmacists and pharmacists.
Dr. Calvin H. Knowlton, BSPharm, MDiv, PhD established the Knowlton Foundation to provide resources, such as the Center, to develop future leaders in healthcare. To learn more about the Executive Residency program, click here.
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