UF’s Iota Chapter of Phi Lambda Sigma inducts 32 new members

The UF College of Pharmacy Iota Chapter of Phi Lambda Sigma celebrated its 38th induction of new members this month. Joining the national pharmacy leadership society are three alumni, six faculty and 23 student members.

The society aims to promote pharmacy leadership among those who are invested in the profession through their careers or research. The 32 individuals inducted this year were acknowledged for their dedication to service for the pharmacy profession through their organizations, careers and advancements.

Student hold up lit candles

The newly inducted members are:


  • Leah Anklam
  • Samantha Axelrod
  • Caren-Mai Azurin
  • Tara Buolos
  • Andrea Carnley
  • Juan Castellanos
  • Athena Colon
  • Meseret Dabi
  • Liem Dang
  • Christopher Duphren
  • Stephany Fournier
  • Lea Gaber
  • Emily Harman
  • Lauren Ingram
  • Hillary Landers
  • Jacqueline Nyugen
  • Vivian Nguyen
  • Christine Ramirez
  • Jennifer Roshong
  • Melody Saunders
  • Lindsey Sinnett
  • Sean Speer
  • Khurrum Qureshi


  • Stacey Curtis, Pharm.D.
  • Rhonda Cooper-DeHoff, Pharm.D., MS, FACC, FAHA, FCCP
  • Lori Dupree, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • Shannon Miller, Pharm.D., DABAT
  • Michael J. Schuh, BS, Pharm.D., MBA, FAPhA
  • Joe Spillane, Pharm.D., DABAT


  • George Bokas, RPh
  • Marsel Gjoka, Pharm.D.
  • Theresa Tolle, RPh