Union University College of Pharmacy
Natalie is a 2nd year student pharmacist at Union University College of Pharmacy. Prior to pharmacy school, she completed her prerequisite education at Union University. During her time as a student pharmacist, Natalie has been actively involved in the American Pharmacists Association – Academy of Student Pharmacists by serving as chapter president and attending Midyear Regional Meetings and Summer Leadership Institutes virtually. She has assisted at several COVID-19 and influenza vaccination clinics in rural West Tennessee and helped organize a pharmacy camp for high schoolers to attend over their summer break. Natalie also holds numerous leadership positions in other organizations at her college of pharmacy including the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, American Society of Health – System Pharmacy, and Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International. Outside of involvement with APhA, Natalie has served as her class president for the past two years and is a representative for both the student ambassador program and the student-faculty relations committee at her college of pharmacy. She was recently the recipient of an ACCP Annual Meeting Student Award and was able to attend the ACCP annual meeting virtually. She is currently a pharmacy intern through West Tennessee Healthcare at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, Tennessee. Natalie is passionate about women’s and children’s health and plans to pursue a residency after graduation.