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Virtual Exhibit Hall and Support

MRM2023 Virtual Exhibit Hall Participants

Registered attendees have even more to discover in the MRM2023 Digital Resource Box. Be sure to check it out for exclusive interview opportunities, interview workshops, and much more! 


  • Reimagining local healthcare together.
    For more than 120 years, Walgreens has been a cornerstone of healthcare in communities across America. Now Walgreens is going beyond retail pharmacy to help health plans and providers engage the unengaged and underserved in their communities. Better health starts by meeting patients and their caregivers where they are on their health journey. This means supporting their everyday health decisions for improved adherence to care plans. Delivering interconnected, delightful experiences that combine in-store, at home and virtual access to health solutions all add up to better health outcomes and lower costs.
  • Contact: Michelle Aytay, RPh, CDE / Manager, Pharmacy Affairs

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program

  • The PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was established in 2000. It is one of the oldest accredited residency programs of its kind in the nation. Our PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program will prepare you to be an innovative clinical practitioner who can be a leader in the profession. You will have the skills, confidence, and experience to create change and advance patient care services in community-based (outpatient) settings. Our program includes a variety of innovative sites across the state of North Carolina in independent, chain, supermarket, college health, ambulatory care, free and underserved clinic and public health department settings. Each site is centered around a community pharmacy that focuses on providing medication management, health and wellness services, immunizations, disease state management, and care transitions services

  • Contact: Macary Weck Marciniak, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS, FAPhA / Director, PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy

Albertsons Pharmacy

  • At Albertsons Companies our pharmacists are customer driven and work together to support our communities. We put people first while striving to help our patients achieve their health and wellness goals. We are one team! Our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and thoughtful people practices are core elements of the company’s philosophy. With over 1,700 pharmacies nationwide, our ever-expanding clinical services reflect our commitment to providing an environment for our pharmacists to positively impact patients and grow professionally.  
  • Contact person: Christine Perry, R.Ph., Manager of Pharmacy of Pharmacy Recruiting and College Relations. Christine.perry@albertsons.com

Phil Lambda Sigma

  • The purpose of Phi Lambda Sigma, also known as the national Pharmacy Leadership Society, is to promote the development of leadership qualities, especially among pharmacy students. By peer recognition, the Society encourages participation in all pharmacy activities. Since membership crosses fraternal and organizational lines, the Society does not compete with other pharmacy organizations.
  • Learn more about The Great Healthcare Challenge Conference

University of Iowa PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program

  • The PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program offered by The Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at The University of Iowa College of Pharmacy is designed to assist graduate pharmacists in developing specialized clinical skills in the community pharmacy practice setting. Established in 1997, the residency is a collaboration of the College and innovative practice sites, and longest continually accredited community residency in nation. The program currently offers five PGY1 Community-based Resident positions at five unique community-based practice sites in Eastern Iowa. Residents will spend two-thirds of their time providing patient care services in the community pharmacy or other ambulatory care settings. Residents participate in the Pharmacy Educator Preparation Program for Residents (PEPPR) to learn teaching philosophy and techniques and can apply those skills in educating Doctor of Pharmacy students, other health care providers, and patients. Residents also complete a practice-based research project with the guidance of UI College of Pharmacy Health Service Research Faculty and participate in a peer review writing group with other community residents. Residency program graduates have gone onto clinical practice in community, clinic, and other settings, PGY2 Ambulatory Care positions, academia, ownership and other unique opportunities.
  • Contact: Stevie Veach, PharmD, BCACP / Director, PGY1 Community-based Residency Program & Clinical Associate Professor Uiversity of Iowa College of Pharmacy    

State Association Executive Fellowship

  • Come join us and learn about postgraduate training opportunities in Association Management! States including Tennessee, Kentucky, and Iowa will all be available to share more about their programs. State-level executive fellowships are great opportunities to develop your skills in project management, leadership, stakeholder engagement, governance, and more. 
  • Contact: Keaton Higgins, PharmD, ATC

Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters

  • Pharmacists play an essential role in the care of children at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters (CHKD). Clinical pharmacists are viewed as invaluable members of patient care teams and hospital committees. Pharmacy residents are members of the Department of Pharmacy, where they gain expertise through exposure to a broad range of clinical services.
  • Contact: Michael Chicella, Pharm.D., BCPPS, FPPA / Residency Program Director

American Pharmacists Association

  • Description: The APhA Executive Postgraduate Training Program includes four residency positions—Board of Pharmacy Specialties (1), Practice & Government Affairs (1), and Education (2)—and a fellowship position (1). The program is designed to challenge motivated individuals who have ambitions to contribute towards advancement of the pharmacy profession. The residents and fellow work on high impact projects, representing APhA's members and developing their leadership skills alongside many pharmacy leaders during their one-year term with the association.
  • Contact : Tom English, APhA Residency Program Director

American Pharmacists Association Foundation

  • The work of the APhA Foundation is critical to continuing to bring credibility to new pharmacy practice-based care models that represent the future of healthcare and to validating pharmacists’ meaningful role in the transformation of patient care. With your help, we can continue to advance the profession and improve the health of patients across the country.
  • Learn more: linkedin.com/company/apha-foundation/ 

Autism Society of America

  • The Autism Society strives to empower individuals with Autism and their families to make informed decisions in the planning and delivery of individualized, evidence-based services and support. Each individual and family has the right to choose the services that best meet their individual needs.

Board of Pharmacy Specialties

  • The Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) was established in 1976 as an autonomous division of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA). The mission of the Board of Pharmacy Specialties is to improve patient care and increase awareness of the need for BPS Board Certified Pharmacists as integral members of multidisciplinary healthcare teams through recognition and promotion of specialized training, knowledge, and skills in pharmacy and specialty board certification and recertification of pharmacists throughout the world.
    Board Certification through BPS has become recognized as the gold standard for determining which pharmacists are qualified to contribute at advanced practice levels. Through the rigorous standards mandated by BPS board certification and recertification, the BPS board certified pharmacist stands out as the most qualified to accept today’s expanding professional expectations. BPS currently recognizes more than 58,800 pharmacist certifications across 14 specialties worldwide.
    In collaboration with APhA, BPS offers advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPE) for final year student pharmacists and offers a one-year, postgraduate residency training program.
  • Contact: Parth Patel, PharmD - BPS Executive Resident or Ellie LaNou, PharmD, BCPS - Director of Professional Affairs

Pharmacy Technician Certification Board 

  • The Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) is the nation's first, most trusted, and only nonprofit pharmacy technician credentialing organization. Founded on the guiding principle that pharmacy technicians play a critical role in advancing medication and patient safety, PTCB has established the universal standard of excellence for those supporting patient care teams through offering the industry's most-recognized credentials, including the PTCB certification for Certified Pharmacy Technicians (CPhTs).
  • Contact: Ryan Burke / Senior Director of Professional Affairs



All MRM2023 participants will receive more information regarding the Virtual Exhibit Hall and how to participate on October 23. 

Why exhibit at MRM2023? 

MRM2023 attendees are the most engaged student pharmacists on their campus, the future leaders of your organization, and change-makers of the profession. 

Register as an Exhibitor/Supporter

MRM2023 It's On! Onsite, On-Campus, Online. Where you are is where we'll be - November 3-5. The onsite programming will take place in Washington, DC. 

Benefits of participating:

  • Inform future practitioners of your company’s employment opportunities!
  • Showcase residency and post-graduate programs!
  • Gain national visibility among the top student pharmacists and provide the latest information on new programs, products, and services!
  • Participate in meetings and access student pharmacists from nearly every school and college of pharmacy nationwide!

MRM2023 Supporter Opportunities


Platinum Support Level ($15,000)

  • Gold Level benefits
  • Onsite – send one representative to participate in events and network with 200 student pharmacists; Friday welcome event at APhA Headquarters; Saturday live programming.

Gold Support Level ($7,500)

  • Silver Level benefits
  • Commercial/video during live broadcast; 30-90 second commercial break between sessions during programming

Silver Support Level ($2,000)

  • Virtual Expo Booth benefits
  • Logo and URL on the website
  • Recognition in attendee communication
  • Digital ad with QR code in attendee materials
  • Attendee list

Virtual Expo Booth ($150)

Virtual Exhibit Hall booth – company name, and program description with a link to the company website and link to any recruiting/promotional event/content session (virtual open house, one-on-one interview times, meet the company events, etc.); marketed to all MRM2023 attendees and final-year APhA-ASP members (estimated 2,700 student pharmacists). Exhibitors will use their own virtual platform for any events for student pharmacists and will provide access information to APhA to promote (events scheduled Oct. 23 – Nov. 10)

Interested in having your company or organization participate? Contact Crystal Atwell, PharmD, APhA Senior Director Student & New Practitioner Development, or Lynette Plowden, APhA Senior Manager, Student & New Practitioner Meetings and Operations.