ANNOUNCING OUR 2021 - 2022 INTERNS

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Sabrina Alahmad - Medical Communications Intern

Sabrina Alahmad is a second-year Pharmacy student at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, Florida who is driven towards industrializing the profession of Pharmacy. 

After completing her master’s degree in Regulatory Sciences from Johns Hopkins University, she aspires to work in the regulatory processes of the pharmaceutical industry. As a second-year student, Alahmad was the Vice Regent of the Epsilon Eta chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Incorporated. Preceding her role as the President of her class her first year of pharmacy school, Alahmad continued advocating for students as the School of Pharmacy, Student Government Association Executive Historian. 

As she continues into her third year, she is eager to lead her fellow peers as the Regent of the Epsilon Eta chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Inc., and President of the Florida Society of Health-Systems Pharmacist (FSHP) student chapter. Due to her devout involvement, Alahmad was inducted into the Gamma Pi chapter of Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS). She continues to grow through interdisciplinary involvement and training as a Scholar of the Gulfcoast South Area Health Education Center (GSAHEC) to optimize quality care for her patients. 

Her dedication to improving the health of her community was reflected in her front lines work during the pandemic. She served as the CVS Lead Intern for COVID-19 immunizations and vaccine clinic coordinator in the Tampa Bay Area.

In her free time she enjoys reading and growing her small enterprise of custom handmade products.

Bosun Alayoku - Clinical Education Intern

Bosun Alayoku is a second-year pharmacy student at Lake Erie Osteopathic College of Medicine. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences from the University of South Florida. Upon his acceptance and promotional status to pharmacy intern, Mr. Alayoku joined the CVS Health team. During the pandemic, due to his hard work, dedication, and organizational skills he exemplifies at work; Mr. Alayoku was fortunate for the opportunity to assist in administering COVID-19 vaccinations. 

 Involvement is important to Mr. Alayoku, during his first year of pharmacy school he joined the American Pharmacists Association, Florida Society of Health Pharmacists, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Incorporated, and the Florida Pharmacy Association. During his second year, Mr. Alayoku was elected Policy Chair within Florida Society of Health Pharmacists and Sergeant-at-Arms within Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Inc. Mr. Alayoku is eager to start his third year of pharmacy school while maintaining his high level of involvement with organizations. 

 Mr. Alayoku is free spirit who enjoys the outdoors and seizes every opportunity to travel and explore the world.

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Fayola Robillard

Ms. Robillard is a second-year Doctor of Pharmacy 2023 candidate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a minor in biology and chemistry from Florida International University. Five years ago, she began her pharmacy career with CVS Pharmacy where she was promoted to Pharmacy Intern upon starting pharmacy school. During her first year of Pharmacy school, she accepted the opportunity of Pharmacy Intern at Sarasota Memorial Hospital where her passion for Ambulatory Care Pharmacy sprouted. 

Upon completing her internship with Sarasota Memorial Hospital, she was privileged in the opportunity to work with CVS in giving COVID-19 vaccines to the SW region of Florida. She takes pride in having vaccinated and billed more than 1,000 patients. 

Once promoted to Lead Pharmacy Intern for COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics, she was able to take on more leadership, sharpen her communication skills, and bring a whole new level of organization to herself. 

She is currently working on starting and funding her own scholarship foundation, which will launch in Spring 2022, in honor of her late grandmother.