Leadership

 

Grand Council

Salvatore Bottiglieri

Salvatore Bottiglieri

Grand President

 
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Grand President Salvatore Bottiglieri, originally from Montrose, New York, received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Albany College of Pharmacy in 2008. Sal was initiated into the Alpha Upsilon Chapter at Albany College of Pharmacy in 2004. Sal Bottiglieri completed his pharmacy practice residency in North Carolina at The Moses Cone Health System in Greensboro. Additionally he completed his specialty residency in Hematology/Oncology with The University of Kentucky in Lexington, under the direction of Dr. Val Adams.

Sal Bottiglieri is currently the Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator in Medical Oncology at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Bottiglieri oversees all clinical pharmacy services in medical oncology and provides direct patient care services to the gastrointestinal, head & neck, and endocrine cancer clinics. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, he provides lectures and clinical rotations for several colleges of pharmacy in Florida. His professional memberships in addition to Kappa Epsilon include Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association (HOPA), Phi Lambda Sigma, and Rho Chi.

His Kappa Epsilon involvement includes President-Elect (2015-2017), Grand Council Secretary (2009-2011), Chair National Projects Committee (2007-2009), Alpha Upsilon Chapter Past-President (2006-2007), Alpha Upsilon Chapter National Convention Delegate (2005 & 2007), Alpha Upsilon Chapter President (2005-2006), and Alpha Upsilon Chapter Vice President (2004-2005). He is also a 2007 Zada M. Cooper Scholarship recipient.

For fun, Sal enjoys long distance running and foot race competitions, exploring the many restaurants and activities of Tampa Bay and Orlando regions, traveling, and various outdoor activities. He lives in Tampa Bay Florida with his wife Sue Bottiglieri, Dalmatian Kona, and is expecting a baby girl in January 2018.

Erin Lingenfelter

Erin Lingenfelter

President Elect

 
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President-Elect Erin M. Lingenfelter, originally from Sandusky, Ohio, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University in 2005. Erin was initiated into the Psi Chapter in 2001. Erin completed her pharmacy practice residency in Kalamazoo, Michigan at Borgess Medical Center. Additionally, she completed her specialty residency in Critical Care with University of Utah Health Care in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Erin Lingenfelter currently serves as a Clinical Emergency Medicine Pharmacist and Residency Program Director for the PGY2 critical care residency at University of Utah Health Care. She and her team started the first emergency medicine pharmacy practice in the state of Utah. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, she provides lectures and clinical rotations for the colleges of pharmacy, medicine, and paramedics. Erin is also active in her local community and orienting the refugee population to the health care system.

Her Kappa Epsilon involvement has includes Grand Council VP Alumni (2011-2013), Grand Council VP Communications (2007-2011), Grand Council Secretary (2005-2007), Chair National Projects Committee (2003-2005), Psi Chapter President (2003-2004), Psi Chapter National Convention Delegate (2003), Psi Chapter New Member Educator (2002-2003). Erin is also a recipient of the Unicorn Award.

In all of her free time, Erin enjoys skiing, snow shoeing, hiking, camping, fly fishing, scuba diving, vegetable gardening, and photography. She lives in Salt Lake City with her goldendoodle, Cleveland.

Denise Schultz

Denise Schultz

Vice President of Financial Development

 
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Vice President Financial Development, Denise Schultz, was initiated into Zeta chapter at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she received her Bachelors of Science degree in Pharmacy in 1977.  Denise also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Parkside, in 1987 and a Masters of Science degree in Pharmacy Administration from the University of Texas, Austin, in 1996.  Denise recently retired after working 36 years for SUPERVALU Pharmacies, Inc., Eden Prairie, MN, where she was the Director of Pharmacy Services and Compliance.

Denise has been very involved with Kappa Epsilon on the national level, having held the positions of Vice President Alumnae (1985-1987), Grand President (1987-1991), and Past President (1991-1995).  She has also served on the Kappa Epsilon Foundation board, having held the positions of Trustee (1993-1994; 1999-2001); Vice President (1994-1996; 2001-2003) and President (2003-2005; 2009 to 2011).  Additionally, Denise currently co-chairs the 100thAnniversary Committee, of which she has been an active member since 2013.

Denise is an avid traveler, having been to more than 35 countries around the world.  She has been to all 50 states and to 6 continents.  She hopes to make it all 7 by travelling to Antarctica sometime in the next 3-5 years.  She has also served as the KE Alumnae Cruise Director from 1999 to 2015.

Lauren Clouse

Lauren Clouse

VP Communications

 
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VP Communications Lauren Clouse is from Charlotte, North Carolina. She completed two years of pre-pharmacy coursework at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before receiving her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at Chapel Hill in 2015.

Lauren began her career at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) as an Immunoscience Medical Information/ Medical Science Liaison Post-Doctoral Fellow through the Rutgers Pharmaceutical Industry Program in New Brunswick, New Jersey. During her two years as a Fellow, Lauren served as Liaison of the BMS Fellowship/ Residency Programs, sat on the B-NOW (BMS Network of Women) Medical Leadership Team, and gained global experience working in the UK office in London, England. Through Rutgers University, she held an Adjunct Faculty appointment at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy where she lectured in multiple courses, co-coordinated and taught the Leadership for Pharmacy Professionals course, precepted PharmD students, and served as the Scholarly Activities Liaison Co-Chair for the Rutgers Pharmaceutical Fellowship Program.

Post-Fellowship, Lauren moved to Atlanta, Georgia to begin her career as a Medical Science Liaison in Immunology at Bristol-Myers Squibb where she engages in field-based science discussions with rheumatologists in the southeast portion of the US.

Lauren was initiated into the Lambda chapter of Kappa Epsilon in 2011. Her leadership positions within the Lambda Chapter included Vice President (2013-2014) and New Member Educator (2012-2013). Nationally, she has served as a Co-Chair of the National Projects Committee (2013-2015), Vice President of Alumni Development (2015-2017), and is currently serving as Vice President of Communications (2017-2019).

In her free time, Lauren loves to travel and aims to visit all 50 states in the next 4 years. She is an avid UNC basketball fan, loves a challenging hike, and can’t spend enough time with family and friends.

Morgan Fleming

Morgan Fleming

VP Alumni Development

 
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VP Alumni Development Morgan is originally from the Piedmont Triad Area of North Carolina. She moved to South Carolina in 2004 to attend Clemson University and has been living there since. She a Clemson Alumni. Go Tigers! Morgan graduated from Clemson in 2008, Cum Laude, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business concentrated in Management. Her part-time undergraduate job as a pharmacy technician is what sparked her interest in the pharmacy profession and motivated her to return to school to pursue this career. Since graduating from Clemson, she has earned an Associate’s of Science and an Associates of Occupational Technology, with a concentration in Pre-Pharmacy, and is currently in her 4th year at Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy. At Presbyterian she is an active member and committee chair for APhA-ASP, and a member of The Pharmacy Student Governance Association and The Center for Entrepreneurial Development.

Morgan was a founding member of the Beta Kappa Colony of Kappa Epsilon at Presbyterian College in 2011. She has served as the New Member Educator, President Elect, and founding President of the Beta Kappa Chapter. Morgan was the recipient of the Zada M. Cooper Scholarship in 2012-2013. Morgan was elected to serve on Grand Council as the Vice President of Membership Recruitment at the 2013 National Convention

Morgan is an avid runner, and enjoys Clemson football, traveling, spending time with her family and friends.

Christine Kane

Christine Kane

VP Collegiate Development

 
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VP Collegiate Development Christine Kane is originally from Indianapolis, Indiana but now lives in Charlottesville,Virginia. She is a Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist at the University of Virginia Health System, specializing in acute inpatient care and ambulatory care. 
Christine joined Pi chapter at Purdue University as pre-pharmacy student in 2010 and was initiated in 2012. She has served as historian, vice president, and president at the collegiate level. Upon graduation from Purdue, she became involved with the Indiana Alumni Chapter in Indianapolis. This is her second biennium on Grand Council, serving previously as VP Member Recruitment during the 2015-2017 biennium. She is ecstatic at the opportunity to continue to be a part of Grand Council and help pave the way for the future of the fraternity. 
Christine enjoys running, hiking, rock climbing, country music, and anything leopard print.
Nikkina Hankins

Nikkina Hankins

VP Membership Recruitment

 
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Nikkina Hankins is a native of Olive Branch, MS. She was initiated into Kappa Epsilon’s Alpha Gamma chapter in 2009 while attending the University of Mississippi. She transferred to the Alpha Pi chapter at Howard University in 2014, where she is currently completing her fourth year of pharmacy school.  Nikkina has a long record of service to Kappa Epsilon and the profession of pharmacy. She has served as Chaplain, Vice President, and President in Kappa Epsilon. Her professional memberships include American Pharmacists Association, American Society of Health System Pharmacists, Phi Lambda Sigma and Washington DC Pharmacists Association.

When Nikkina is not concentrating on her pharmacy practice experiences, she loves finding new crafts. She is an avid crocheter, knitter, and painter. She finds most of her inspiration from Pinterest. She is a Seattle Seahawks and Memphis Grizzlies fan.
Patrick Campbell

Patrick Campbell

Grand Secratary

 
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Patrick Campbell, PharmD is a PhD candidate at the University of Arizona (UA), College of Pharmacy specializing in health and pharmaceutical outcomes. His minor is in educational psychology with an emphasis on measurement science. Patrick is passionate about the inclusion of patient-reported outcomes to support patient-centered care initiatives and improving measurement science in healthcare. He also has an interest in healthcare quality and safety, community pharmacy practice, medication therapy management, and innovative healthcare delivery models.

Dr. Campbell was initiated into Sigma chapter in 2011 and now serves as the Sigma chapter co-advisor. He is a two-time Nellie Wakeman Fellowship awardee, sponsored by the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education and Kappa Epsilon. The Nellie Wakeman Fellowship has supported Patrick’s research endeavors with both qualitative and quantitative research methods focused on health economics and outcomes research. Dr. Campbell works as a graduate research associate at the UA College of Pharmacy and as a community pharmacist in Tucson, Arizona.

Patrick is active in a variety of professional organizations outside Kappa Epsilon including, but not limited to, the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), the Arizona Pharmacy Association, and the Pharmacy Quality Alliance. Dr. Campbell is a co-author of a pharmacy quality textbook chapter, has contributed to peer-reviewed publications and abstracts, and has presented scientific posters and scholarly presentations at national and international meetings. He received the best post-graduate podium award at the APhA 2017 annual meeting.

In his free time, Patrick enjoys gardening, traveling, cooking, playing games, and dancing.

Sara Snow

Sara Snow

Immediate Past President

 
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Past President Sara Snow was initiated as a member of the Alpha Chi Chapter at Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA in 2007. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2010 and Masters in Business Administration in 2009 from Shenandoah University. She also received her Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 2006. Sara currently resides in San Francisco, California, and works in Regulatory Affairs at Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Her leadership roles in the Alpha Chi KE Chapter at Shenandoah University included Social Chair, SGA Representative, and Vice President. Nationally, she has served as a member of the KE National Project Committee and on Kappa Epsilon Grand Council as Vice President of Collegiate Development (2011-2013), President Elect (2013-2015), and currently as the Grand President (2015-2017).

In her free time, Sara enjoys traveling, exploring the Bay Area, and spending time with family and friends.

KE Foundation Officers & Trustees

Cameron Linsday

Cameron Linsday

Foundation President

 
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Cameron C. Lindsey is the Director of Co-Curriculum and a tenured Professor at UMKC School of Pharmacy. She has been Board Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management since 2003, a Certified Diabetes Educator since 2009, and Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist since 2011. To assist patients, Dr. Lindsey has practiced in a wide array of settings. She recently completed her appointment housed at the Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC) with a joint appointment with the CCPHC and Rodgers Health.  In her recent past, she had instituted clinical pharmacy services at the local Veterans Affairs Medical Center and continued to expand her patient outreach with a 14-year presence as director of the patient assistance program at the Shared Care Free Health Clinic of Jackson County until its closure in June 2014. She, along with a dedicated group of students, obtained donated medications from drug companies free of charge with contributions reaching close to $9 million.

Dr. Lindsey started her journey with KE when initiated into Omega in 1993. She served as chapter Treasurer for two years and Convention chapter collegiate delegate. She became Omega chapter advisor since 1999. She served on Grand Council as VP Collegiate from 2001-2003, the Convention Planning Committee 2001-2003, KE Foundation Trustee 2013-2015, KE Foundation Treasurer 2015-2017, and KE Foundation President 2017-2019. She has been recognized as the KE Chapter National Outstanding Advisor of the Year in 2007 and the KE Merck Vanguard Leadership in Pharmacy in 2011.

Dyan Duff

Dyan Duff

Foundation Vice President

 
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Originally, from North Plainfield, New Jersey, I traveled south and went to Pharmacy school in Atlanta at Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy in 1974. I was initiated into the Alpha Delta Chapter in 1974. I graduated in 1977 and married a Southerner and stayed In Atlanta. I worked retail, hospital, and community pharmacy, while raising two sons. Over the past 20 years, my work focus has been in behavioral health pharmacy in a hospital outside Atlanta.

When my oldest son, decided to attend my alma mater at Mercer and become a pharmacist, I reunited with Alpha Delta delegates and their advisor to attend KE’s 2007 National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. At Convention, I met several alumni and began an interest in attending the alumni’s cruises, held every other year. My involvement with KE has encouraged me to be a National Liaison. I have enjoyed serving as a National Liaison for the last seven years visiting collegiate chapters and college campuses.

Outside of work, I enjoy traveling and being with family. I especially like to travel to Alaska to visit my granddaughter and look forward to return trips to New Jersey, where family still resides. Enjoy meeting people, which KE has helped me further develop. Other interests include watching college football, pro football and movies, and swimming and walking.

Kristin Fish

Kristin Fish

Foundation Treasurer

 
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Foundation Treasurer Kristin Fish is from a small town in Southeast Missouri. She was initiated in the Omega Chapter at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) in 2006. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from UMKC in 2010. She also received her Bachelors of Science in Biology with a minor in Criminal Justice at the Southeast Missouri State University in 2005. Upon graduation from UMKC, Kristin completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency at the Kansas City Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Following residency training, Kristin has worked as a clinical staff pharmacist at the University of Missouri Healthcare Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Columbia, Missouri since September of 2011. Currently, Kristin lives in Columbia Missouri.

Kristin’s leadership positions with the Omega Chapter included serving as Treasurer, President, Webmaster and Chaplain. Nationally, she has served as National Project Chair (2009-2011), Alumni-at-Large Delegate (2009), and Omega Chapter Delegate (2011)

Kristin enjoys running, traveling, Celine Dion concerts, and spending time with family and friends. Kristin has also participated on seven medical mission trips to Falmouth, Jamaica serving as the team’s pharmacist. She has completed 24 half marathons and 2 marathons over the last 4 years.

She is presently serving as a Treasurer  for the Kappa Epsilon Foundation during the 2017-2019 Biennium.

Sandy Hughes

Sandy Hughes

Foundation Trustee

 
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Elena Santayana

Elena Santayana

Foundation Trustee

 
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Foundation Trustee Elena Santayana (Mazziotta) was initiated into the Alpha Omega Chapter at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy at St. Petersburg, Florida, in 2005. Upon graduation in 2007, Elena completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida and a PGY-2 Critical Care residency at the University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago. Following residency training, Elena was a Clinical Pharmacist Specialist in Critical Care specializing in Neurology, Neurosurgery and Neurocritical Care at the University of Chicago Medical Center until September 2012. Currently, Elena lives in Tampa, Florida with her husband and son and is enjoying being a full-time wife and mother.

Elena’s leadership positions within the Alpha Omega Chapter included President and Alumni Liaison. Nationally, Elena has served on Grand Council as Secretary (2007-2009), Vice-President of Alumni Development (2009-2011) and Vice-President of Financial Development (2011-2015). She is presently serving as a Trustee for the Kappa Epsilon Foundation.

Elena enjoys music, traveling, spending time with family and friends and cooking and entertaining.

Alissa Lockwood

Alissa Lockwood

Foundation Trustee

 
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Past President & Foundation Trustee Ex Officio Alissa Lockwood is originally from Denver, Colorado, but spent most of her youth in Knoxville, Tennessee. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Tennessee (GO VOLS!!) and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy in 2007. Following pharmacy school, she completed a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency and a PGY2 critical care specialty residency at Grady Health System in Atlanta, Georgia. Alissa is currently the Critical Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at Parkland Health and Hospital System in Dallas, Texas.

Alissa was initiated into the Alpha Delta chapter at Mercer University in 2004. She has served as pledge publicist, chapter social chair, and 1st vice president. Alissa was elected to serve on Grand Council as the Vice President of Membership Recruitment in 2005. She held the position of Vice President of Collegiate Development from 2007 until 2011, and was elected as the President-Elect at the 2011 National Convention.

Alissa enjoys sports, snowboarding, traveling, live music, socializing with friends, and spending time with family. She loves SEC football but will only cheer for the University of Tennessee Volunteers!

Sara Snow

Sara Snow

Foundation Ex Officio

 
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Past President and Foundation Trustee Ex Officio Sara Snow was initiated as a member of the Alpha Chi Chapter at Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA in 2007. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2010 and Masters in Business Administration in 2009 from Shenandoah University. She also received her Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 2006. Sara currently resides in San Francisco, California, and works in Regulatory Affairs at Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Her leadership roles in the Alpha Chi KE Chapter at Shenandoah University included Social Chair, SGA Representative, and Vice President. Nationally, she has served as a member of the KE National Project Committee and on Kappa Epsilon Grand Council as Vice President of Collegiate Development (2011-2013), President Elect (2013-2015), and currently as the Grand President (2015-2017).

In her free time, Sara enjoys traveling, exploring the Bay Area, and spending time with family and friends.

Donna Heffner

Donna Heffner

Foundation Trustee

 
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Donna Heffner is currently the Head of Product Strategy in the Global Product Development & Supply organization of Bristol-Myers Squibb. I Prior to this, she was at Merck for 25 years where she held various positions of increasing responsibility in Quality, Technology, Procurement, Commercial, Product Development, Regulatory, Supply Chain, Product Strategy, and Business Development. Donna has a BS In Pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science (now the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia) and an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

Donna’s KE Career began at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science where she was initiated into Omicron chapter and served as Omicron chapter President for two years. She went on to serve at the national level by serving on Grand Council in two offices, serving as a Foundation Board member, co-chairing the National Convention in Philadelphia, and most recently, founding/leading the National Alumni Interest Committee. Donna has been the recipient of multiple KE awards, most notably the Zada Cooper scholarship, the Linda Rodgers award, and the Career Achievement Award.

Kathy Nguyen

Kathy Nguyen

Foundation Trustee

 
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Staff

Cayla Marconi

Cayla Marconi

Executive Director

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Cayla Marconi has been a part of the Affinity Strategies (Association Management Company for Kappa Epsilon) team since July of 2016 and is currently manages Affinity Strategies’ orthopedic and health care fraternity clients. Cayla was previously in the logistics field working on the business development team as an account manager. With her logistics background she is able to bring an array of experience to our team and clients.