Six students from Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy have been appointed to serve on regional committees for the Gulf Coast Province of Kappa Psi. There are 14 chapters in the Gulf Coast Province.
The following students were selected for these important leadership roles:
Niki Baren, second year pharmacy student from Birmingham, Ala., Publications Committee & Province Development Committee
Daniel Boalch, second year pharmacy student from Bremen, Ga., Legislative Committee
Chase Carpenter, third year pharmacy student from Cullman, Ala., Social Media Committee Chair
Kameron Kelly, second year pharmacy student from Loveland, Co., Advisory Committee & Province Development Committee Chair
Katelynn Mayberry, third year pharmacy student from Old Hickory, Tenn., Province Development Committee
Michael Montgomery, second year pharmacy student from Northport, Ala., Legislative Committee
Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional pharmacy fraternity in the world. Kappa Psi accepts both male and female pledges and engages in many professional, philanthropic, and social activities throughout the year.