Jennifer Tilleman – Profile

Jennifer Tilleman
Jennifer Tilleman,
Pharm.D

Number of years on the board:  1 year

Year of graduation/school/degree:
2003 Pharmacy Practice Residency/Creighton University Medical Center
2002/Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions/Pharm.D.
1998./Viterbo University/B.S. Chemistry minor in Biology

Hometown and current place of residence:
Lockport, IL
Omaha, NE

Work title and site:  (or school of pharmacy for students):  Assistant Professor at Creighton University in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions teaching in the Early Practice Experience Sequence.

Reasons why you decided to run for the board:
Tony invited me to run for the board.  I felt that this would be a good opportunity to become more active on a local level in the profession of pharmacy.

Reflections on board/association involvement:

Your goals for our profession:
My ultimate goal is for pharmacists to become patient advocates and ensure that all people are able to receive appropriate medical care.

Other professional organizational involvement:  ex: member of IPA, ASP, NPA, etc.
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)                                                                            1998-present
American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacist (ASHP)                                                        1999-present
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists   (ASCP)                                                            2001-present
American College of Clinical Pharmacists (ACCP)                                                                   2003-present
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)                                                           2004-present
Midwest College of Clinical Pharmacy (MCCP)                                                                      2004-present
Phi Delta Chi                                                                                                                  1999-present
Phi Lambda Sigma                                                                                                            1999-present
Nebraska Pharmacists Association                                                                                      1998-present
Rho Chi                                                                                                                          2006-present
Southwest Iowa Pharmacists Association                                                                            1999-present

Community service activities:
I am very active at St. John’s Parish on Creighton’s campus in many of the liturgical ministries as well as being on the Pastoral Council.  I participate in several other community and professional service activities.

Awards/honors:
Recognized as a fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
Fall 2007
Received the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions Distinguished Service Award
Fall 2007
Received the Dr. Pete Ellerbeck Memorial Award from the Creighton University Chapter of the Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity                                                                        Spring 2007
Received the Excellence in Leadership Award from the Alpha Mu Chapter of Phi Lambda Sigma at Creighton University                                                                                       Fall 2006
Certificate of Recognition for the Summer Initiative for Teaching Excellence in the Health Sciences at Creighton University                                                                                   August 2006
Inducted into the Rho Chi Society                                                           Spring 2006
Teacher of the Year Award for P3 Web class (voted on by the students at Creighton University-SPAHP)                                                                                                       Spring 2005
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers                                                Spring 2005

Jennifer’s email address is [email protected].

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