Tina Aramaki - President
Tina is the Director of Pharmacy Services Intermountain Health Care
Jeff Olson - Past President
Jeff practices in the Outpatient Clinic at Intermountain Medical Center, also serving as the Ambulatory Care Team Lead.
Koby Taylor - President Emeritus
Koby is currently working at Lin’s Marketplace in St. George UT. He is an Adjunct faculty for College of Pharmacy.
Benson Sederholm - Board Member
Benson is currently working at University Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. His current service assignments include medical-surgical and neurology/neurosurgery units.
Abril Atherton - Board Member
Abby currently works as a clinical mental health pharmacist at the Salt Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Jameson Rice - Board Member
Jameson currently works full time for Harmons.
Winter Chan - Board Member
University of Utah Hospital. Drug Pharmacy Inv.
Tyler Faux - Board Member
Tyler currently works full-time for Harmons in South Jordan.
Monique Hall - Board Member
Marianne Jensen - Board Member
Marianne works at the Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah.
Linda Sandberg - Board Member
Linda is currently working as the Regional Great Plains Compliance Officer for Omnicare and is a preceptor for the College of Pharmacy.
Phung Matthews - Board Member
Phung works at Rite Aid.
Richard Cox - Board Member
Richard works full time for Intermountain Medical Center.
Frances A. Mielach - Board Member
Frances is the owner of Aspen Biomedical Consulting,Ltd.
Richard Ensign - Board Member
Richard works full time for Intermountain Health
Marion Lennberg - Staff Support/Secretary
David Bardsley - Treasurer
Want to be on the board? Please contact the Alumni Board President.
From the Alumni Association Bylaws:
(Article III – Board of Directors)
There shall be a Board of Directors that will administer the affairs of this organization. The Board of Directors shall consist of 9 to 15 members and only members of the Board of Directors shall have an official vote in Board decisions. In addition to these Board members the Dean of the College of Pharmacy will be invited to have a seat on the Board to act in an advisory position and to report the activities of the College of Pharmacy. The Dean may also invite one or two student representatives and any faculty representatives to attend Alumni Board meetings.
All terms of the Board of Directors shall be three years with approximately one-third of the Board retiring each year. All Board of Directors will be invited to submit recommendations to the Executive Committee for new Board members. All recommendations should be a written statement that includes, but not limited to, information about the person being considered and why that person would be an effective member of the Board. The Executive Committee would then select the final list of names and submit them to the Board of Directors. A two-thirds vote by the Board of Directors is required for each new member of the Board. (The Executive Committee is defined under Article VII)