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July 2017 - June 2018 

 

PGY1 PHARMACY RESIDENTS:

Bowers Laura 2018Laura Bowers, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident


School of Pharmacy: Wingate University
Undergraduate: University of Alaska Anchorage
Hometown: Eagle River, AK   
Professional Interests: Hematology/Oncology, Pediatrics

Email: labowers@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:   
I had the opportunity to complete the majority of my P4 rotations at Wake Forest Baptist Health (WFBH) and knew early in the year that I wanted to pursue a residency here. It was evident that the residency program provides strong clinical rotations and a supportive environment to foster professional development. The exceptional preceptors at WFBH provide endless mentorship and are fully invested in your training. The relationships and culture at WFBH sold me on this program, but I was equally excited about the flexibility provided within the rotation experiences. The unique design of the program allows you to gain exposure to diverse pharmacy practices through selecting 6 electives. WFBH prides itself on producing exceptional leaders in pharmacy through extensive involvement in research, precepting, presentations, and administrative experiences. I fall in love with WFBH more each day, and I am excited to continue my journey as a PGY1 Pharmacy Resident!


Caulder Liz 2018Liz Caulder, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: University of South Carolina 
Undergraduate: University of South Carolina
Hometown: Charleston, SC                      
Professional Interests: Infectious Diseases           
Email: elcaulde@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:   
Wake Forest Baptist Health (WFBH) not only met, but exceeded all of the qualities I was looking for in a PGY1 program. I knew that I wanted to continue my clinical training through a PGY1 residency at a tertiary academic medical center. WFBH provided many acute care rotation opportunities and a multidisciplinary environment that would allow me to teach, learn, and grow on a daily basis. WFBH had impressive research opportunities, a teaching certificate, and many flexible rotation options. What ultimately solidified my decision to pursue a residency at WFBH was the supportive and caring environment that I experienced on my interview day. I was overwhelmed by the passion for patient care and the incredible culture that WFBH upholds. I am proud to call WFBH home and excited about the opportunities it provides!

Curry Lauren 2018Lauren Curry, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: Duquesne University
Undergraduate: Duquesne University
Hometown: Doylestown, PA                   
Professional Interests: Oncology             
Email: ldcurry@wakehealth.edu              

Why WFBH: 
Since starting pharmacy school, my ultimate goal as a pharmacist has been to make a genuine, lasting impact on my patients' health. I believe the best way to achieve this goal is to continue my training through a PGY1 program to become an autonomous, knowledgeable, and competent pharmacist. I was looking for a residency program at a large academic medical center with a diverse training experience in a variety of rotations that offered opportunities to enhance my teaching and research skills. Wake Forest Baptist Health offered all of these opportunities, while also allowing me to work with preceptors that were genuinely invested in each resident’s personal and professional growth and to become a part of a residency class that feels like family. The opportunity to collaborate with leading health care professionals, learn from dedicated pharmacy mentors, and train in a clinical setting at a nationally recognized medical facility is what drew me to WFBH, and the chance to work with such an amazing group of people would make me choose WFBH for my residency program again and again.  I am so grateful to be a member of the WFBH pharmacy team and am looking forward to the amazing journey ahead!


Goad Nathan 2018Nathan Goad, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: Campbell University
Undergraduate: Campbell University
Hometown: Mount Airy, NC

Professional Interests: Critical Care, Emergency Medicine
Email:
ngoad@wakehealth.edu        

Why WFBH:
WFBH was my first choice in a residency program for several reasons. As a student I was able to gain direct experience with the exceptional culture of learning and innovation from the rotations I was able to complete within the Wake Health system. I saw that the culture within the pharmacy department was both positive and progressive, and that pharmacists were appreciated among all other disciplines. I knew that Wake would offer me even more opportunities as a resident to collaborate in an academic environment with multiple learners and to grow in all areas of my personal clinical interests. Particular aspects of the program, such as the large variety of elective rotations offered, the strength of resident research projects produced, and the extensive opportunities to teach and present, assured me that my professional goals would be met. However, in addition to being a large academic medical center with multiple prestigious accolades, the people with whom I worked with daily as a student separated Wake from other residency programs I visited. I was certain after my interview day that this residency program was the right fit for me. WFBH has produced excellent pharmacists throughout the existence of the residency program, and I am proud to be a part of the Wake family!
 

Maxam Meshell 2018Meshell Maxam, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: Medical University of South Carolina
Undergraduate:
University of Georgia 
Hometown:
Atlanta, GA 
Professional Interests:
Infectious Diseases
Email:
mmaxam@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
I discovered the world of pharmacy during a medical mission trip to Belize in 2011, and it was during that trip that I realized my true passion. Since that life-changing experience and through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities in pharmacy school, I determined that I ultimately want to pursue a career as an infectious diseases clinical specialist. Choosing a residency program that fit my personal and professional goals was extremely important to me. I wanted a co-resident class that was supportive, preceptors that were knowledgeable and experienced, and a program that would continue to mold me into a well-rounded pharmacist with the ability and confidence to practice at the top of my license. The PGY1 program here at Wake is that and so much more. From my very first encounter, Wake Forest exceeded my expectations. The pharmacy department truly embodies the word “family,” and I could not have asked for a better program, resident class, department, and hospital to help prepare me for my future. 
 

Rogers Liz 2018Liz Rogers, PharmD, MPH
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: University of South Carolina
Undergraduate: University of South Carolina                      
Hometown: Blythewood, SC   
Professional Interests: Hematology/Oncology, Infectious Diseases, Academia
Email: ecrogers@wakehealth.edu        

Why WFBH:   
Throughout pharmacy school I always had a strong desire for academia, and I knew upon graduation that I wanted to complete a residency at a large academic medical center. While researching programs that aligned with my goals as a future clinician, Wake Forest Baptist Health emerged amongst other programs. The numerous PGY2 pharmacy specialty programs, countless clinical rotations, variety of research experiences, as well as additional leadership, mentorship, and precepting opportunities were extremely appealing to me. Although WFBH achieved everything I wanted professionally, it was not until my interview that I knew this was the perfect place for me to continue my education. The overwhelming support, guidance, mentorship, and inspiration displayed by WFBH preceptors on my interview was astounding. In this moment, I knew that at WFBH I would be surrounded by a strong group of pharmacists who want me to succeed. It is so encouraging to know that every preceptor is truly invested in my future and willing to assist in my professional development. I am beyond excited to begin my pharmacy career as a PGY1 Pharmacy Resident at WFBH.
 

PGY1 AMBULATORY CARE PHARMACY RESIDENTS:

Moody Ashley 2018Ashley Moody, PharmD
PGY1 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Undergraduate:
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Hometown:
Roanoke Rapids, NC
Professional Interests:
Diabetes Management, Specialty Pharmacy, Population Health
Email:
amoody@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:  
A collection of ambulatory care rotational experiences, honors coursework, and shadowing opportunities as a student pharmacist led me to pursue an ambulatory care residency. As I began my residency search, I knew that I wanted to pursue an ambulatory care focused PGY1 at a large medical center with a variety of clinical experiences, teaching opportunities, and knowledgeable clinical staff who would assist on my journey to becoming a competent and confident clinical pharmacist.I truly admire the longstanding history of clinical excellence and innovation in pharmacy practice at WFBH and value pharmacists practicing at the top of their license in the ambulatory care setting to manage a multitude of chronic disease states. After my interview at WFBH, it was crystal clear that this was the program for me. I am extremely excited to be a part of the WFBH family. I look forward to a great year of both personal and professional growth!

 

Scott Megan 2018Meagan Scott, PharmD
PGY1 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: Wingate University
Undergraduate:
Texas Woman’s University
Hometown:
Dallas, TX
Professional Interests:
Ambulatory Care 
Email:
meascott@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
Prior to starting pharmacy school, I knew I wanted to pursue a residency geared towards ambulatory care. During my fourth year of pharmacy school, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to complete the majority of my clinical rotations at WFBH. From the beginning of my experience, I fell in love with the people, patient population, and culture of the medical center. Specifically, during my ambulatory care rotations, I was inspired by the supportive preceptors who invested so much time and energy in my learning experiences. I knew that if opportunity allowed, WFBH would foster my development towards becoming an ambulatory care pharmacist. The ambulatory care residency ensures a year filled with unique learning experiences geared towards the outpatient setting, including opportunities in the pharmacy care clinic, internal medicine clinic, transitions of care, cardiology, and oncology. I am beyond excited to start my career as a pharmacist at WFBH and look forward to being a part of such an amazing team!

 

PGY1 COMMUNITY PHARMACY RESIDENTS:

Griffin Sarah 2018Sarah Griffin, PharmD, MBA
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: Campbell University
Undergraduate:
North Carolina State University
Hometown:
Valdese, NC
Professional Interests:
Management, Transitions of Care, Mental Health/Addiction
Email:
smgriffi@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
As a fourth year pharmacy student, I rotated through a few clinical sites at Wake Forest Baptist Health along with other hospitals in the area. I saw firsthand the dedication given to patient care on a daily basis. My plans since P1 year of pharmacy school included completing a PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program, and I was intrigued by this program, especially after my onsite rotations. The wide range of experiences include transitions of care, management, specialty pharmacy, and ambulatory care. I was impressed by how diverse my experience would be, and I have enjoyed it thus far! I love everything involving outpatient/community pharmacy, so this year is helping me narrow down my interests and exposing me to areas of pharmacy I had not experienced before!

 

Montgomery Ashley 2018Ashley Montgomery, PharmD
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural and Health Sciences
Undergraduate:
University of California – Santa Barbara
Hometown:
Reseda, CA
Professional Interests:
Transitions of Care, Academia, Ambulatory Care, Population Health
Email:
aemontgo@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH: 
I chose Wake Forest Baptist Health because of the unbelievably unique Community Pharmacy Residency Program they offered. Unlike other community residencies, this program is uniquely embedded in an academic medical center. Learning and working in an academic medical center enables me to practice pharmacy at the top of my license. I especially love the continuity of care I am privileged to provide to our patients. With a focus on all things outpatient, I feel that this residency establishes a strong foundation for a multitude of post-residency opportunities.

 

Stewart Alyssa 2018Alyssa Stewart, PharmD
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident

School of Pharmacy: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Undergraduate:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Hometown:
Apex, NC
Professional Interests:
Specialty Pharmacy, Population Health, Transitions of Care
Email:apstewar@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
I was initially drawn to Wake Forest Baptist Health’s community pharmacy program when applying to residencies because of its diverse set of outpatient learning experiences within the hospital’s network. WFBH has a very progressive and fluid approach to its ambulatory services and has so many resources as a health system to enhance the quality of patient care (and resident learning!). I was especially drawn to the specialty pharmacy aspect of this residency, as I had an existing interest in this area. I also wanted to diversify my patient care skill set, especially in the areas of transitions of care and population health. The moment I arrived on-site for my interview, I already felt like part of a family.  Above all, I was impressed with WFBH’s drive for innovation and dedication to patient-centered care, and I’m proud to be a part of that vision. 

 

 

HEALTH SYSTEM PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION RESIDENTS:

Blohowiak Spencer 2018Spencer Blohowiak, PharmD
PGY1 HSPA/MS Candidate

School of Pharmacy: Shenandoah University 
Undergraduate:
St. Norbert College
Hometown:
Green Bay, WI
Professional Interests:
Clinical Pharmacy Management, Leadership Development, Pharmacoeconomics, Medication Quality and Outcomes
Email:
sblohowi@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
The moment I wrapped up my interview with Wake Forest Baptist Health, I knew it was the place I belonged. Now having started my residency, all the reasons of why I made this choice are remaining true. The robust clinical experience in the first year is rigorous and prepares you to sit for the BCPS. You work closely with the leadership team from day one and start building relationships with individuals that truly have a passion and vision for your growth as an individual and a leader. Wake is at the forefront of innovation and advancing pharmacy automation, which makes it an exciting place to work. Another feature of the HSPA program is the ability to interact and rotate through all 4 of our hospitals within the health system, giving you breadth and depth in pharmacy administration training. The Carolina Collaborative has built a foundation of communication and innovation between the HSPA residents of five North Carolina hospitals and is representative of the largest HSPA cohort in the nation. Combining this network with the addition of a Master’s degree from the University of North Carolina makes this one of the most complete clinical and administrative residencies you will find, but maybe I’m biased. 

Lirette Kelsey 2018Kelsey Lirette, PharmD
PGY1 HSPA/MS Candidate

School of Pharmacy: University of Mississippi                
Undergraduate: 
University of Mississippi
Hometown: Greenwood, MS                      
Professional Interests:
Administration/Leadership, Population Health, Medication Safety, Technology/Automation
Email:
klirette@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
Wake Forest Baptist Health initially sparked my interest due to the innovative projects/technology, outstanding staff, and comprehensive pharmacy services. I was looking for a residency program with strong mentorship, clinical, and research opportunities focused on enhancing patient care, healthcare delivery, and our profession. I wanted a program to help strengthen my leadership and teaching abilities to advance our profession through assuming managerial and financial responsibilities. Wake Forest Baptist Health exceeded my expectations. I am honored to work with all the talented staff at Wake Forest Baptist Health and am thrilled to begin my career here. Also, I found the opportunity to collaborate with residents and leaders at various institutions while completing a Master’s in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy to be extremely beneficial in my professional development. I look forward to learning from these amazing individuals over the next two years.

 

Raymond Alex 2018Alex Raymond, PharmD
PGY2 HSPA/MS Candidate

PGY1 Residency: Wake Forest Baptist Health
School of Pharmacy: University of Mississippi
Undergraduate: 
University of Mississippi
Hometown:
Metairie, LA
Professional Interests: 
Pharmacy Administration, Medication Safety, Inpatient Operations, Supply Chain
Email: 
apraymon@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
When deciding to pursue a Health System Pharmacy Administration residency, I knew I wanted a program that would challenge me as both a leader and clinician. The mentoring opportunities and robust clinical experiences at Wake Forest exceeded my requirements for a residency program. The pharmacy leadership team is constantly challenging the status quo through advancements in medication delivery and continuity of care. An added bonus to Wake Forest is the Masters of Science component through the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The opportunity to share practice experiences from this institution, as well as to learn from your peers around the state, is second to none. I cannot wait to experience my growth as a clinician and a pharmacy leader throughout this year. 

 

Verbosky Lauren 2018Lauren Verbosky, PharmD
PGY2 HSPA/MS Candidate

Second PGY1 Residency: Wake Forest Baptist Health
First PGY1 Residency: 
Tampa General Hospital
School of Pharmacy: University of Florida
Undergraduate: 
University of Florida
Hometown: 
Tampa, FL
Professional Interests: 
Administration/Leadership, Clinical Management, Medication Safety, Inpatient Operations
Email:
lverbosk@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
When I began researching residencies, I was looking for a program that provided a well-rounded experience where I could launch my career in pharmacy administration. I knew the best place to start was at WFBH. There is an incredible organizational focus on clinical innovation supported by an extensive, highly accomplished pharmacy leadership team. I continue to be impressed with the amazing advancements in technology, automation, and community-focused expansion that are being built to optimize patient-centered care. The huge network of dedicated preceptors creates a positive learning environment while providing unique experiences and meaningful mentorship to maximize my professional and personal development. Additionally, I am advancing my didactic training through a Master’s in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. I am so excited to be a part of the pharmacy team and have the opportunity to work in an outstanding organization. 

 

PGY2 SPECIALTY RESIDENTS:

Arnold Josh 2018Josh Arnold, PharmD
PGY2 Critical Care Resident

PGY1 Residency: Mayo Clinic
School of Pharmacy: Cedarville University School of Pharmacy
Undergraduate:
Cedarville University
Hometown: 
Rochester, NY
Professional Interests:
 Immunosuppression, Infectious Diseases, Code Response
Email: 
jrarnold@wakehealth.edu      

Why WFBH:
When searching for a PGY2 program, I knew I was looking for an institution where I would be challenged to grow both professionally and personally. I sought a program with unique learning opportunities, coupled with experienced preceptors and a diverse patient population. At WFBH, I found exactly that. The program here has continued to facilitate my development into a well-rounded critical care pharmacist through involvement with numerous research, precepting, teaching, and clinical practice experiences. In addition, the preceptors and administration at WFBH provide a challenging yet supportive learning environment conducive to continual growth. I am excited for the opportunity to train at such a respected institution and look forward to upcoming residency year!

 

Brammer Katelyn 2018Katelyn Brammer, PharmD, CPP
PGY2 Hematology/Oncology Resident

PGY1 Residency: Wake Forest Baptist Health
School of Pharmacy:
Wingate University School of Pharmacy
Undergraduate:
Wingate University
Hometown:
Minnetonka, Minnesota
Professional Interests:
Hematology/Oncology, Pediatrics, Academia 
Email:
kepalmer@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
Early on in pharmacy school, I knew I wanted to pursue residency upon graduation. Through student rotations, I discovered my love for oncology, pediatrics, and academia, and knew I wanted to pursue residency at a large academic medical center. I was fortunate enough to match with WFBH for my PGY1 Pharmacy Residency. My experience at WFBH for my PGY1 was incredible. The wide variety of strong clinical rotations, superb mentorship, excellent research program, unique precepting and teaching opportunities, and the amazing people were truly second to none. The people at WFBH and the relationships we have within the pharmacy department and extended to our physician colleagues really set our health system apart. I had such a great experience my PGY1 year, I early committed to stay on as one of the second year oncology specialty residents. The PGY2 oncology program offers the perfect balance between inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences at an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and its corresponding clinics. The wide variety of clinical experiences ranging from inpatient leukemia, bone marrow transplant, and pediatric hematology-oncology; to outpatient breast cancer clinic, genitourinary and sarcoma clinic, and gastrointestinal and thoracic clinic; to longitudinal experiences in investigational drugs, and staffing in the inpatient chemotherapy pharmacy and outpatient infusion center provides a well-rounded experience that prepares residents for any oncology position. The vast clinical and operational opportunities coupled with an incredible oncology team and residency program director led me to pursue a PGY2 Oncology Residency at WFBH. I am excited to continue my journey at WFBH specializing in hematology and oncology. 

 

Chen Eileen 2018Eileen Chen, PharmD, CPP
PGY2 Hematology/Oncology Resident

PGY1 Residency: Wake Forest Baptist Health
School of Pharmacy: Medical University of South Carolina
Undergraduate: 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Hometown:
Charleston, SC
Professional Interests: 
Oncology
Email: 
jechen@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
When I decided to pursue further training in oncology, it was a no-brainer to want to stay at The Baptist to complete my PGY2 residency. While it is well known that WFBH has a strong residency program, what really drew me here was the connection I had with the preceptors and the overwhelming sense of mentorship I have experienced. I knew I wanted to be a part of a program that nurtures its residents and shares my desire for optimal patient care program at a large academic medical center. Additionally, the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest offers an incredible atmosphere for training in an innovative and patient-centered environment. I was looking for a program that provided knowledgeable and personable preceptors that would continually foster my growth as a leader, pharmacist, and teacher. I am amazed at all of the opportunities Wake Forest Baptist Health has given me; however, what really hits home for me are the close-knit and supportive relationships that I have created thus far and will continue to create in the future. I am so thankful to be a part of WFBH and am looking forward to a great year of learning!

 

Laura Lemens 2018Laura Lemens, PharmD
PGY2 Internal Medicine Resident

PGY1 Residency: Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare Germantown Hospital
School of Pharmacy:
Drake University
Undergraduate:
Drake University
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
Professional Interests:
Internal Medicine, Transitions of Care
Email:
llemens@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
When searching for a PGY2 in Internal Medicine, I wanted a program with a variety of rotation experiences, knowledgeable preceptors, and a challenging yet fostering environment. My PGY1 was at a community hospital, and I knew I wanted my PGY2 to be at a larger academic medical center. WFBH not only met all my requirements, but felt like a good fit. I could tell that it would be a supportive environment with preceptors and co-residents who challenge me but also want me to succeed. I know that WFBH will prepare me to be a competent and confident clinical pharmacist. I’m excited to be at WFBH and am looking forward to what else this year brings!

 

Brittany Logston 2018Brittany Logston, PharmD
PGY2 Pediatric Resident

PGY1 Residency: Texas Children’s Hospital
School of Pharmacy:
Wingate University
Undergraduate:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Hometown:
Eden, NC
Professional interests:
NICU, PICU
Email: blogston@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH: 
When applying to PGY2 Pediatric pharmacy residencies, I was really looking for a program that was part of an academic medical center that embraced learners. From having my student rotations here, I was sure that this setting would foster a learning environment that would allow me to grow into a knowledgeable and confident pediatric clinical specialist. Aside from my clinical knowledge, I wanted a program that would support me and help me grow as a future preceptor and leader. I have a very special place in my heart for pediatrics and the very individualized family centered care that it provides. As a pharmacist, I hope to be able to advocate for my patients and contribute to the families I encounter. I am thrilled to complete my pediatric pharmacy residency at Brenner Children’s Hospital here at Wake Forest Baptist Health because the program really encompasses my development as a whole. 


Jessica Smith 2018Jessica Smith, PharmD, MBA, CPP
PGY2 Infectious Diseases Resident
Chief Resident 2017-2018

School of Pharmacy: University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
Undergraduate:
Furman University
Hometown:
Franklin, TN    
Professional Interests:
 Infectious Diseases
Email:
jessmith@wakehealth.edu

Why WFBH:
Throughout pharmacy school, I knew that I wanted to pursue a PGY1 residency at a large academic medical center. As I began to narrow my search, I looked for programs that offered a wide variety of rotations and PGY2 specialties as well as opportunities to further develop my teaching, leadership, and research skills. While many programs met these requirements, it became very clear during the interview process that WFBH was the perfect fit for me. Not only did it exceed all of my expectations, but it also provided a supportive environment in which I was able to learn and thrive as a PGY1. When the opportunity arose to stay for an additional year of training in infectious diseases, it was a no-brainer for me. The experiences offered through the PGY2 ID residency are comprehensive, and the preceptors are second to none. I am thrilled to be a part of the legacy of ID residents at WFBH, and I am looking forward to another amazing year!

 

Activities Outside the Hospital
Current Residents
Current Residents 2018

Front Row (left to right): Meshell Maxam, Liz Rogers, Eileen Chen, Meagan Scott, Lauren Curry
Middle Row (left to right): Ashley Montgomery, Alyssa Stewart, Liz Caulder, Brittany Logston, Laura Lemens, Lauren Verbosky, Laura Bowers, Sarah Griffin, Ashley Moody
Back Row (left to right): Kelsey Lirette, Josh Arnold, Jessica Smith, Spencer Blohowiak, Nathan Goad, Alex Raymond, Katelyn Brammer

Bonding Activities
Resident Bonding 2018

Volunteer Events
Volunteering Events

Awesome Kickball Team
Kickball 2018

Resident Christmas Photo
Resident Christmas 2018

Staying Fit
Staying Fit 2018

Presenting at National Meetings
Presenting at National Meetings

 

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