2022-2024 Society Board of Directors, Divisional Vice Presidents and Council of Students

Alyssa Papa
Aug 16, 2022

Voting for the Society's 2022-2024 Board of Directors and Divisional Vice Presidents was held at the 47th Phi Kappa Phi Biennial Convention in Orlando, Florida Aug. 4-6. Chapter delegates voted to elect the following positions: President-elect, Vice President for Chapter Development, five Directors, a Graduate Student Representative and an Undergraduate Student Representative. Voting delegates also elected the five Divisional Vice Presidents and a Council of Students has been named.


Lora Becker, University of Evansville

Sharhonda Rush, BlackLine

Past President
Daniel Sandweiss, University of Maine

Vice President for Chapter Development
George Randels, University of the Pacific

JoAnn Canales, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Mattia Migliore, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University
Philip Phillips, Middle Tennessee State University
Ron Tulley, University of Findlay
Leslie Zenk, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Graduate Student Representative
Alex Shantiai, Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy

Undergraduate Student Representative
Ruth Nichols, Florida Institute of Technology

Divisional Vice Presidents
Division I – June Pilcher, Clemson University
Division II – David L. Briscoe, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Division III – Marc D. Glidden, California State University, Northridge
Division IV – Jim W. Mirabella, Jacksonville University
Division V – Alison Gregory, Marymount University


Established in 2007, the Council is comprised of six student vice presidents from chapters across the nation who are tasked with enhancing communication with SVPs, planning and hosting a student leadership conference, and interacting with SVPs in the Society's five divisions, among other tasks.

The new members of the council include:

  • Conor Dailey, Ball State University (Division II)
  • Nicole Gonzalez, Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico (Division V)
  • Ruth Nichols, Florida Institute of Technology (Division II)
  • Alexandru Pasarariu, Florida Atlantic University (Division I)
  • Victoria Rogers, University of Lynchburg (Division IV)
  • Emily Tyson, Brenau University (Division IV)

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