As a third generation pharmacist, hard work, a ton of hustle, and a love of pharmacy run in my family. Instead of hanging out at summer camp, I loved spending time with my dad and learning all I could from his leadership and legacy. When I attended the University at Buffalo, it was my first time away from home and I quickly learned how to push through difficult situations while being so far away from my support system.
I succeeded and became one of the youngest teaching assistants on staff! And this is where I first encountered the scope of responsibility that comes with having a platform used to educate and influence students positively.
Earning my masters in health administration changed everything. I was able to finally talk shop with the hospital administrators because I understand what they’re experiencing and know how to make my goals happen months before expected!
I have over 15 years of experience in pharmacy and becoming a residency trained pharmacist has always been one of my accomplishments that I’m most proud of. Having coached dozens of people through the years, I’ve expanded into public speaking events that helped hundreds of people at once. We’re talking some serious stuff now!
Over the years, I’ve been featured in Modern Medicine Network, commended by the USC School of Pharmacy following my fellowship that focused on healthcare disparities and by the University of Kentucky after working with them for 3 years.
That’s how Rx Ashlee began: as a career goal met and exceeded. Now, I want to use my experience to help you.
You can learn more about the importance of turning your pharmacy skills to non-traditional career paths by listening to the Talk to Your Pharmacist podcast, where I cover these topics and more!