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NMSHP Board of Directors 2018-2019

 President: Jason Koury, PharmD – Albuquerque

Jason Koury obtained his doctor of pharmacy degree in 2014 after receiving a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree in 2007, both obtained from the University of New Mexico. Currently, he is completing a second year fellowship in clinical trials at the VA Cooperative Studies Program located in Albuquerque. He also is a guest lecturer at UNM with a focus in teaching pharmacy law. As a student he has held positions in both SSHP and NMSHP and is excited to be involved again by holding the NMSHP President position. His passion is improving healthcare for New Mexican’s and veterans across the country.

President-Elect: Keenan Ryan, PharmD PhC

Keenan Ryan is a native New Mexican who graduated from UNM College of Pharmacy in 2014.  He completed two years of residency training specializing in infectious diseases.  Currently, he works at UNM hospital as a pharmacist clinician managing patients on long-term antibiotics.  He is interested in advancing the profession of pharmacy (both pharmacists and technicians) to meet the current and future healthcare needs of New Mexicans.

Treasurer: Cintia Schnakenberg, PharmD

Secretary: Marie Cabrera, PharmD - Albuquerque

Marie graduated from the University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy in 2014.  At UNM she was a member and officer in Rho Chi and Phi Delta Chi and an APhA‐ASP Operation Diabetes co‐chair.  After graduation she completed a PGY1 residency at Memorial Hospital‐University of Colorado Health in Colorado Springs, CO. Marie has returned to NM to work at UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center where, with the director, she will be building the pharmacist role in the outpatient clinic with the eventual goal to help manage diabetes, asthma, COPD, heart failure and other chronic disease states.

 Central Region Representative: Richard D'Angio, PharmD - Albuquerque

Richard D'Angio, Pharm D, BCPS received his BS in Pharmacy and Pharm D from University of Arizona.  He completed a general hospital pharmacy at National Institutes Health and a fellowship in Critical Care at Hartford Hospital. 

Since 2008, he has been the Clinical Director at the University of New Mexico Hospitals. Dr. D’Angio has had the opportunity to be involved with the numerous state and national organizations.   

Northeast Region Representative: OPEN

Northwest Region Representative: Fiona Chao, PharmD, BCPS - Shiprock

Fiona Chao is a clinical pharmacist at Northern Navajo Medical Center (NNMC) in Shiprock, NM. She graduated from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and went on to complete a PGY1 residency at NNMC. In addition to being a residency and student preceptor, she is the Student Program Coordinator for NNMC Pharmacy and collaborates with over 13 pharmacy schools to host more than 25 students each school year for their advanced pharmacy practice experience. Fiona will be stepping into a new role at NNMC as the Pharmacy Clinical Applications Coordinator as well as the secretary of the Medications Error Committee.

Southeast Region Representative:Jennifer Pyeatt, PharmD - Hobbs

Dr. Jennifer Pyeatt earned her Pharm.D. from University of Iowa. While there, she was a member of The University of Iowa Student Senate and held offices with ASHP, APhA, and The College of Pharmacy Student Council. She was also a member of Phi Lambda Sigma leadership fraternity, and a member of Women in Health Sciences. Jennifer works at Lea Regional Medical Center in Hobbs, NM where she is currently the lead of the antimicrobial stewardship program.

Southwest Region Representative: Daniel Co, PharmD - Las Cruces

Originally from Georgia, Daniel completed his undergraduate coursework in chemistry at Georgia College before earning his Doctorate of Pharmacy at the University of Georgia. After school, Daniel went on to complete a pharmacy practice residency at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. He is currently working as the Director of Pharmacy at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico and the Advanced Care Hospital of Southern New Mexico in Las Cruces. His career interests include medication safety, antimicrobial stewardship, and quality improvement. His ultimate professional goal is to uphold the integrity of the profession and train the next generation of pharmacists. Working on the P&T committee at his institutions has given him some committee experience, but he is excited to broaden his profession involvement by serving as the Southwest Region Representative for NMSHP.

Student Representative: Open

Technician Representative: Open






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