WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
Previously, he served as an APhA-ASP chapter president-elect where he organized a pre-pharmacy mentorship program. Currently, he serves as the APhA-ASP chapter president and school representative to the West Virginia Pharmacists Association (WVPA). As chapter president, he has helped organize numerous patient care events, guest speakers, and informational media news campaigns.
During his time as a student pharmacist, he has been an active member in several other pharmacy organizations, including the Rho Chi Honor Society and the Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society. In addition to his leadership in APhA-ASP, Max has served as the treasurer of WVU’s American College of Clinical Pharmacy – Student College of Clinical Pharmacy chapter, is a student ambassador for the WVU School of Pharmacy and was appointed to the WVU Graduate and Professional Student Senate.
Max is currently employed as a pharmaceutical product safety and risk management intern at Mylan. Upon graduation, Max hopes to combine his passions for leadership, pharmacy, and business by pursuing a combined PGY1/PGY2 health-system pharmacy administration and leadership residency. Max would like to thank the APhA-ASP executive board he has had the privilege to work with, chapter advisors, and APhA-ASP members at WVU because without them the chapter’s impact on the community and profession would not have been possible.