Minh Dang, who joined KGI in February 2013, has a great deal of experience working with young professionals beginning their careers in pharmacy and in implementing educational programs for pharmacists. Prior to joining the KGI School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences’ administrative team, she served as the manager of professional and college relations at CVS Caremark where she was instrumental in developing the company’s college recruitment and relations programs. She also played a vital role in expanding the CVS Caremark Preceptor Program, including appointing more than 275 certified preceptors and established a Structured Summer Internship Program.
Previously, she was an assistant professor at UC San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and held several management positions at Albertsons/Sav-On, Inc. Ms. Dang is active on several advisory boards, including the community advisory boards of the Pharmacy Foundation of California and the San Diego Pharmacist Resource and Research Network. She holds a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science. As the assistant dean for experiential education, Ms. Dang will be responsible for securing affiliation agreements for experiential education sites and conducting and supervising site visits.
Minh Dang: “I’m proud and excited to be a part in this pioneering effort that will train the next generation of PharmD’s to deliver specialized medical care and work in a variety of professional settings. A key component of SPHS’ experiential learning program will be experiences not only in traditional practice settings, such as hospital or community pharmacy, but also in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry and government organizations.”
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