Atlantic Province

Kappa Psi 
Pharmaceutical
 Fraternity

 

PARLIAMENTARIAN


Ashley Butts

 

Hello All! My name is Ashley Butts and I am a 2019 initiate of the Zeta Rho chapter at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine- GA Campus. I am a third year pharmacy school student that aspires to become an ambulatory care pharmacist that specializes in cardiology or diabetes. These disease states have impacted my family and community the most and I want to be able to give back to those that have poured into me.


I am the current Chaplain of Zeta Rho and was previously chapter Pledgemaster. This past year I was also the Atlantic Province Pledge Program Development Committee Chair. I am from the small town of Milledgeville, GA and plan to venture out of GA upon graduation. My “why Kappa Psi” began as a vessel to gain professional development and to build connections with like-minded people in terms of healthcare. As a brother of Kappa Psi, I have been able to further develop my leadership skills by exposing myself to new experiences and become open minded in regards to stepping out of my comfort zone. This has allowed me to follow through with every professional and personal goal I set for myself. My chapter of Kappa Psi is always supporting my endeavors and encouraging me to push myself and that is why I continue to stay involved and pursue higher level positions to make sure I am doing my part to make our province the best! 


When I am not studying, filling omnicells at WellStar Kennestone, or counting pills at CVS Health, you can find me dancing, trying new restaurants, or traveling the world. The pandemic stopped me from eating out as much but I was able to try new foods by cooking them myself! I also enjoy playing soccer, hanging with my pharmacy friends, and exploring the hidden gems of Atlanta, GA. I am extremely outgoing and easy to talk to so feel free to contact and connect with me!




Fraternally,

Ashley Butts

2021 Atlantic Province Parliamentarian

Previous Parliamentarians

2020: Taylor Harris

2019: Jonathan Parker Vincent

2018: Thomas Head

2017: Taylor Morgan

2016: Aaron Adams

2015: Alastair Hay

2014: Patrick Chancy

2013: Bryan Summerford