Pan American Regional Office
Regional Working Group 2020-21
The Officers and the Chairperson of the Regional Working Group have the mandate to direct the Regional Office after their election by the Pan American Regional Assembly and by the General Assembly, respectively.
Chairperson of the Pan American Regional Office
Association: CAPSI, Canada
Hi everyone! My name is Sofiya and I am a recent pharmacy graduate from Canada. IPSF interested me back in my first year of studies, and I have held several positions in CAPSI, including Local Exchange Officer, Contact Person and Student Exchange Officer. Furthermore, I have held various IPSF Committee positions over the years – including Editorial, Policy and Internal. This year I am the Chairperson of the Pan American Regional Office, where I work with the Regional Working Group to implement various projects in the region. I am beyond excited for the year ahead and hope that together with the Regional Working Group, we can advocate for the interests of pharmacy students in the region!
“¡Hi! my name is Daniel Rivera from AGEQFBO, El Salvador i am currently graduated from the National University of El Salvador, my experience in IPSF began in the 10th PARS in Barranquilla Colombia 2016, since then i attended the last three PARS, Mexico City, Trujillo Perú and San José Costa Rica. I was contact person in my association and regional relations subcomittee member. This year i am very exited to serve as PARO Secretary position that i will be very pleased to help PARO grown. Hope to see you all at PARS in the imperial city of Cusco in 2021.”
Hi everyone! My name is Mauricio Abel Miranda, I am a third-year pharmacy student at the Universidad de las Ciencias Médicas de Centroamérica. Last period I was part of the PARO Media and Publication Subcommittee, during my experience within the PARO organization, I learned a lot in how to work in a team, emotional skills and techniques for managing Media and Publication. I am very happy to be in the position of RMPO and to be able to collaborate with this great organization in its objectives and goals, this position shows a great challenge to help our PARO community to observe, detail and learn about each campaign, activity, project that we carry out within our organization, with the aim of promoting public health and education to our community. “Students today, Pharmacists tomorrow!”
Hi! My name is Faimi D. Bellerice and I am from Haiti. I have the great opportunity to be part of the PARO Regional Working Group this year as the Regional Relations Officer. I am looking forward to working with my team and to achieve all the goals set so far.
Since I started to be a pharmacist I found an incredible world and honestly this is an wonderful experience because I discovery new ways to improve the public health and involve in experimental sciences.
Además, he aprendido a desarrollar diferentes habilidades de manera personal y profesional. He recorrido muchos lugares desde las orillas de la península hasta América latina. Me encanta mi carrera porque ayudó a los demás, les brindo orientación, hago experimentos y aunque sea difícil lo consigo.
Heute und morgen werden wir pharmazeutische sein.