2023 Scholarship Recipients

madison noble

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy 


Madison Noble is a fourth-year PharmD candidate at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, VA. Prior to pharmacy school, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in clinical neuroscience and a minor in chemistry from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

During her time in pharmacy school, Madison has been actively involved in the APhA-ASP chapter at VCU serving as the 2022-2023 chapter president. She also has attended the APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders, Virginia Pharmacists Association (VPhA) Legislative Day at the Virginia State Capitol, the APhA Summer Leadership Institute, and is a member of VPhA’s Virginia Pharmacists Aiding Pharmacists Program (VAPAPP).

Madison’s prior leadership roles include president of the American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists VCU Collegiate Chapter, chaplain of Kappa Epsilon Tau Chapter, a VCU School of Pharmacy (SoP) Ambassador/Representative, and VCU SoP Educational Outcomes and Assessment Committee member. Her other active membership roles include Phi Lambda Sigma, Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society, and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Outside of pharmacy school, Madison is an Administrative Pharmacy Intern at Bon Secours Mercy Health where she continues to strengthen and refine her leadership skills within the pharmacy field. She is active within her community and has volunteered her time providing medication reconciliation, vaccinations, patient education, and blood glucose, A1c, and blood pressure testing to underserved patients through programs such as the Mission of Mercy (Wise, VA), Student Professionals Educating About Medication Management (Richmond, VA), and Moments of Hope (Richmond, VA).

Madison’s professional interests include pursuing a PGY1 Residency Program that will allow her to expand upon her clinical skillset and build meaningful patient-provider relationships to improve her patient’s quality of life and health outcomes while working on an interprofessional team.