University of Wisconsin Madison
Michael Nnamdi Nome is a Doctor of Pharmacy candidate of 2024 at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Pharmacy; he received his Bachelor of Science degree in General Studies with a Nuclear Medicine technology focus and a minor in Biology and Chemistry with highest honors through the University of Wisconsin La Crosse.
Michael is actively involved in the American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). He attended two APhA-ASP Summer Leadership Institute (SLI), two APhA-ASP Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) booster sessions, and One Region 4 Midyear Regional Meeting (MRM). Michael currently serves as his chapter's APhA-ASP president, where he played a crucial role in winning the 2022 Region 4 Innovative Programming Award. In his chapter, he also designed and implemented systematic strategies to improve student collaborations and bridge health disparity gaps.
Outside his involvement in APhA, Michael serves as a student senate representative for his chapter's Rho Chi Pharmacy honors society and a hospitality coordinator in the Christian Pharmacy Fellowship International. Michael advocates for the pharmacy profession by representing his pharmacy school on the student board of directors at the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin (PSW) and publishing in the peer-reviewed Journal of the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin (JPSW).
In addition to his student organization involvement, Michael works as a clinical research associate, a pharmacy intern at CVS Pharmacy and the William Middleton Madison VA, a teacher's Assistant at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Pharmacy, and the Co-Founder and CEO of Divine Trinity Schools in Nigeria.
Outside Michael's academic and work life, he enjoys reading non-fiction, playing video games, optimizing his to-do lists, and watching stand-up comedy.