1)What is your:
-Hometown? Plum Island, MA
My first co-op was at Cape Cod Hospital, a small hospital in Hyannis, MA. My second co-op was at an independent pharmacy in Cambridge, MA. For my last co-op, I went abroad to Malta and worked at Mater Dei Hospital in the clinical pharmacy.
SAA has always been a great way for me to get involved with people and events that are not directly pharmacy related. SAA creates an awesome community and I have had a blast over the past five years. It is great to be surrounded by people who love Northeastern as much as I do!
Over the years I have had numerous opportunities through SAA to meet and network with alumni. These experiences showed me how influential alumni can be to students. I am excited to come back to campus as an alumni and offer as much advice and connections to students as possible.
Ski Trip or Bringing Cheer!
A marine biologist
Emma Stone.. in any movie!
I joined SAA freshman year and have had so many great memories since. Sophomore year I had the chance to chair the Brining Cheer holiday party, which was an incredibly rewarding experience. I loved the ability to see the process full circle— from developing a budget and shopping for gifts to being there when they were given to each of the children. It is a great event and something I will always remember. In addition, I was able to attend the District Conference that year at UConn to present on all of the great things SAA does for the community!