2020 IMMEDIATE PAST SATRAP
I’m currently the clinical pharmacist at The Family Health Centers, a physician-owned independent primary care clinic in Asheville, NC. Originally from Canton, OH, I was initiated into the Gamma Delta chapter at Ohio Northern University my first semester of college in 2010. I moved down to Raleigh, NC in 2016 for my PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency with UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and CCNC/AccessCare, then headed to Asheville for my PGY2 in Ambulatory Care and Academia with MAHEC and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. In my current role, I provide chronic disease management through a co-visit model with the patient’s primary care provider. Additionally, I assist with anticoagulation management, high-risk transitions of care patients, medication access, and hepatitis C and PrEP patients. I serve as a preceptor for fourth-year pharmacy students and UNC Rural Health Scholars.
Over my years in Kappa Psi I have served in many roles – in my collegiate chapter as New Member Educator and Graduate Relations Chair; at the province level as varying committee chairs, Alt. GCC Delegate, Parliamentarian, and Satrap; and internationally on the Pledge Program Development, Legislative, Leadership Symposium, and Graduate Relations committees, and as Assistant Supervisor of the Northeast Province. Last, but certainly not least, I assisted in establishing the Charlotte Graduate Chapter where I currently serve as Secretary.
Outside of Kappa Psi, I’m involved with WNC Outpatient Pharmacy Partners as chair, a committee member of the ASHP Ambulatory Care SAG on Compensation & Practice Sustainability, and as chapter advisor for the Alpha Xi Delta sorority at UNC-Asheville. In my free time I love to travel, find some live music, or just simply read or watch Netflix with my cat, Squash (pictures available upon request)!
Kappa Psi has been a strong presence in my life for almost 10 years now, and I have enjoyed every opportunity I’ve had in meeting so many brothers and creating so many lasting memories along the way! This fraternity has given me more than I could have ever imagined – from my best friends and roommates, to pushing me into the leader I am today, to providing networking opportunities and advances in my career. Kappa Psi truly is for life, and you ABSOLUTELY get out of it what you put in. I am proud to call myself a brother of Kappa Psi every day, and I hope the Atlantic Province brothers can help you also become an active brother in the fraternity that has given many of us so much. Please do not hesitate reaching out to me with questions about residencies, ambulatory care pharmacy, or involvement in Kappa Psi and other pharmacy organizations!
Proud to be your brother,Allie Fay, PharmD, CPP, BCACP, BC-ADM