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KE / Merck Vanguard Leadership Award Winner: Laura Wilson

KE / Merck Vanguard Leadership Award Winner: Laura Wilson

Laura Wilson is an Outcomes Liaison Associate Director for the North America Diabetes and Cardiovascular Division (DCV) of Sanofi. She received her Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Kansas and participated in a Pharmacoeconomics Research Fellowship with Thomas Jefferson University.

Laura’s experience within the pharmaceutical industry has continued for eighteen years, with roles as an Outcomes Liaison, Clinical Science Liaison and Senior Medical Science Liaison. She has been recognized by her organization with the North America Rising Star award for exceptional performance. Laura is a current and active member of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, the American Diabetes Association and Kappa Epsilon. She also takes an active role within philanthropic organizations. She was a founding member of the Kansas Antibiotic Resistance Coalition, a member of the Kansas Asthma Coalition, created a women’s breakfast series in downtown Kansas City, ran the pharmacy for a medical mission in Honduras, and provided medical support for a clinic in Malawi, Africa. Laura was the Mu Chapter President 1998-1999, served on Grand Council as Vice President of New Member Recruitment 199-2001, and is currently the Foundation Vice President. She credits Kappa Epsilon with providing a foundation with which to build her leadership skills.

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Career Achievement Award Winner:
Charlene Williams

Career Achievement Award Winner: Charlene Williams

Charlene Williams, PharmD, BCACP, CDE is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Preceptor Development with the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy in Asheville, NC and serves as Chapter Advisor for Kappa Epsilon Beta Mu Chapter.

She completed her Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy and completed an ASHP-accredited Specialty Residency in Primary Care at Mission Hospital and the Mountain Area Health Education Center. She has served as a residency director, as a student and resident preceptor, has provided care at ADA-Accredited diabetes education centers, and has started clinical pharmacy services at multiple ambulatory care sites. Williams is a Certified Intrinsic Coach and is a past recipient of the American Pharmacists Association One-to-One Patient Counseling award. She serves on several committees for various national pharmacy organizations and her research interests include experiential education, leadership education, and preceptor development. She enjoys hiking to waterfalls in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina and spending time with her friends and family.

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Celebrating 100th Year Anniversary
August 4 – 7, 2021 | Bethesda, Maryland
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The mission of Kappa Epsilon is to unite pharmacy students, faculty, and alumni dedicated to empower its members to achieve personal and professional competence, to develop leaders within the profession and community, and to provide professional and philanthropic services.

Collegiate Chapters

Becoming a Member of Kappa Epsilon typically begins at the collegiate level with entry into a Collegiate Chapter inducted at a college or school of pharmacy. A life journey, your participation as Kappa Epsilon Members places you among a long line of historic greats who have significantly contributed to various disciplines of pharmacy and many communities throughout the United States at the local and national levels.

Alumni Chapters

Alumni Chapters offer the opportunity for Kappa Epsilon Members to continue the fraternal bond and share involvement in National Projects that support the work of Breast Cancer Awareness, health care initiatives and community outreach. To date, Kappa Epsilon offers participation in fifteen active Alumni Chapters in major communities across the United States.

Advisors

Each Collegiate Chapter is assigned a faculty Advisor by the Dean of the School or College of Pharmacy where the said chapter is established. The Chapter Advisor serves as a mentor and guide for each chapter throughout each academic year and is the cornerstone for consistency over time.

Start a Collegiate Chapter

Three prerequisites must be met at a college or school of pharmacy in order to proceed with the colonization process to induct the founding members and confirm status as a KE Collegiate Chapter.

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Check out our latest news stories. Kappa Epsilon has a lot of things going on and we want you to be able keep up with everything that we do!

Merck/Vanguard Leadership Award Winner 2020

Congrats Laura Wilson (Mu Chapter) Laura Wilson is an Outcomes Liaison Associate Director for the North America Diabetes and Cardiovascular Division (DCV) of Sanofi.   She received her Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Kansas and participated in a...

Alumni Highlights

We would like to highlight one of our amazing Alumni. Sherrill Brown (Delta) was elected Secretary of Knowledge Management for the Library and Information Sig at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (ACCP). Sherrill is also an advisor for Delta Chapter in...

Promotional Video Contest

UF College of Pharmacy Jacksonville (beta alpha chapter)’s completed submission for the Promotional Video Contest: Please click on the link to view Beta Alpha Chapters Video https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cMt02cBNuT1NU0SfG0VKXwepOpC8RUNn/view?usp=sharing

Prospective Members

Today, both men and women are KE Members. We encourage all pharmacy students who are interested in becoming involved with a professional pharmacy fraternity to consider becoming a member of Kappa Epsilon. All pharmacy students attending a designated college or university where a Kappa Epsilon Chapter is active may contact the respective Chapter President or faculty-assigned Advisor.

Members

The members of the Kappa Epsilon Fraternity encourage one another to become capable pharmacists and share the bond of a lifelong commitment of loyalty and friendship.

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