University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy
CharLeigh Steverson is a 3rd year pharmacy student at the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy. Prior to starting pharmacy school, she completed two years of pharmaceutical sciences studies at USC.
Throughout her time in pharmacy school, CharLeigh has devoted a lot of her time to advancing the profession through advocacy. She served as her chapter of APhA-ASP’s Policy VP during her second year where she was able to represent her chapter at Annual Meeting during the House of Delegates. Through collaboration with her chapter president, CharLeigh was able to initiate an SCPhA liaison position where she acts as a point of contact between the state association and her chapter. While on Capitol Hill as a Pharmacy Fellow, CharLeigh had the opportunity to visit APhA Headquarters and meet with staff and current residents. During the spring of her P3 year, Steverson started serving on APhA-ASP’s National Policy Standing Committee.
Outside of her involvement in APhA, CharLeigh served as the president of the Alpha Lambda chapter of Kappa Epsilon, Junior Board Member for the South Carolina Pharmacy Association, and president of USC’s chapter of CPFI. Through her involvement in KE, she has served on the DE&I Taskforce as well as the National Convention Planning Committee. She is also an involved member of Phi Lambda Sigma and the Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding. CharLeigh works as an inpatient pharmacy intern at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital. Her current professional interests include political advocacy for the profession and patient access to pharmacy services in addition to compounding and innovation.