Josh Ogle elected as the 2009-2010 APhA-ASP National Member-at-large


Josh Ogle elected as the 2009-2010 APhA-ASP	National Member-at-large

Josh Ogle, fourth year student pharmacist at the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy (UTCOP), was elected as the 2009-2010 American Pharmacist Association – Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) National Member-at-large during the association’s annual meeting held this year in San Antonio, TX. One of five national officers that represent over 30,000 student pharmacists across the nation, his responsibilities include chairing the APhA-ASP Education Standing Committee, staffing at all APhA and APhA-ASP meetings, visiting student pharmacists at several schools and colleges of pharmacy on APhA-ASP outreach visits and serving as the student pharmacists liaison to the APhA Foundation. His term concludes at the 2010 APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C. UTCOP has had four APhA-ASP national officers (2 National Presidents and 2 National Members-at-large) and has had student pharmacists on the national executive committee for the past three years.

Josh is from Sevierville, TN and is the son of Sheila and Steven Ogle. He received his bachelors of science in microbiology from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville (UTK) in 2006. While attending UTK, he was a member of the "Pride of the Southland" marching band, Alpha Epsilon Delta (Pre-Health Service Fraternity), and appointed a student advisor to College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council. During his tenure at UTCOP, Josh has served in a number of student leadership roles including: APhA-ASP President (2-year term), APhA-ASP Regional Member-at-large, APhA-ASP National Education Standing Committee Member, APhA-ASP National Nominating Committee Member, Tennessee Society of Student Pharmacist Restructuring Committee Member, and Pharmacy Student Government Association Executive Committee Member.

After pharmacy school, Josh plans on applying for a post-graduate year 1 residency program. His practice interests include pediatrics, critical care, and nutrition support.