Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Jacqueline Azodoh is a 3rd-year student at Campbell University. Prior to pharmacy school, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Science with an emphasis in Pre-pharmacy.
During her time as a student pharmacist, she has been actively involved in the American Pharmacist Association- Academy of Student Pharmacists. In her second year, she served as the fundraising chair for her APhA-ASP chapter and put together a tumbler sale and a rain jacket sale to help raise money for her chapter. She currently serves as the finance vice president for her chapter. She is also involved in other pharmacy associations such as Rho Chi honor society, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, and National Oncology Dispensing Association where she serves as treasurer, judiciary committee chair, and director of professional programming respectively.
Outside of her involvement with APhA, Jacqueline serves as the vice president on the pharmacy student executive board at her pharmacy school. She tutors Pharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics, and Calculations (PPC) as well as Pharmaceutical Science Foundation at her college of pharmacy. She is very passionate about community service and providing health care to underserved communities. She has taken part in a number of flu shot clinics, COVID-19 vaccination clinics and testing, medication adherence programs, and free clinics provided by her college of pharmacy. Jacqueline desires to continually advocate for the profession of pharmacy, and eventually open independent non-profit pharmacies in her home country, Nigeria.