Dr. Goode is Professor, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Outcomes Science, School of Pharmacy, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). She is the Director of the VCU Community-Based Pharmacy Residency Program. She worked for 10 years with Ukrop’s Pharmacy to develop enhanced patient care programs in the community setting. Dr. Goode is currently a credentialed practitioner at the Daily Planet, Inc., a federally qualified health care center for the homeless where she has developed innovative pharmacist patient care programs within a patient-centered medical home. Pharmacist- provided services at the Daily Planet, Inc include medication therapy management, chronic disease management, immunizations, prevention and wellness, collaborative team care for high risk patients including diabetes, and pharmacist-run medication refill program. Dr. Goode has pharmacy practice experience in community, health-system, long-term care, managed care and home care. Dr. Goode is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. She has authored a number of abstracts, special publications, and journal articles. Dr. Goode is the senior editor of the Community Pharmacy Practice Case Studies book. She is interested in practice-based research and community pharmacy practice-based research networks. Dr. Goode has given presentations on a wide variety of topics including immunizations, practice-based research networks, medication therapy management, diabetes, asthma, and innovative community pharmacy practice. Dr Goode is the Immediate Past President of the American Pharmacists Association. She has served two previous terms as APhA Trustee and is a former APhA Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management President and Trustee. Dr. Goode has received several awards including the VCU Alumni Star, the APhA Daniel B. Smith Practice Excellence Award, Inaugural NACDS Foundation Community Pharmacy Faculty Award, APhA Community Pharmacy Residency Excellence in Precepting Award, VCU Distinguished Service Award, APhA-APPM Clinical/Pharmacotherapeutic Distinguished Achievement Award, VCU School of Pharmacy Teaching Excellence Award and VSHP Practice Innovation Award. She is a fellow in APhA and ACCP. Dr. Goode was born in Roanoke, Virginia, she received her BS in Agricultural Economics from Virginia Tech and BS in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy from VCU. Dr. Goode is a member of VPhA, APhA, AACP, ACCP, National Academies of Practice, Phi Lambda Sigma, Rho Chi and Kappa Epsilon.
Tana Necsary Kaefer graduated with her Doctorate of Pharmacy from VCU School of Pharmacy in 2004. After graduation she completed an Accredited Community Pharmacy Practice Residency through VCU School of Pharmacy with her primary practice site at Bremo Pharmacy. Dr. Kaefer accepted a position as Clinical Coordinator at Bremo LTC Pharmacy after completing her residency in 2005 and continues to work in this role. She now oversees all clinical programs both in the community and LTC divisions of Bremo Pharmacies. Dr. Kaefer has been actively involved with the Richmond Pharmacists Association (RPhA) in some capacity since 2005 serving as a board member, treasurer, and president. She has also served on several committees and as the Region F director for the Virginia Pharmacists Association (VPhA). Dr. Kaefer is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Outcomes Science at VCU School of Pharmacy. In this role she precepts IPPE and APPE students as well as serving as the primary site preceptor for the Bremo Community Pharmacy Residency Program. She was honored to receive the Pharmacists Mutual Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award in 2011, the Ilene B. Stiff Local President’s Award in 2012 and be in the inaugural class of VPhA Academy of New Practitioner’s 10 Under 10. Dr. Kaefer lives in Montpelier with her husband, Scott, and son, Easton. In addition to her love for pharmacy, she also enjoys staying physically active and has special interests in fitness and nutrition.
Dr. Jadallah is a Community Pharmacist, Clinical Services Director at Buford Road Pharmacy and a healthy living coach. He is a Resident Preceptor, Pharmacy Student Preceptor and Site Coordinator. He has been with Buford Road Pharmacy since 2008 with a focus on patient care. Currently, Buford Road Pharmacy Healthy Living Center offers travel consultations, routine and travel vaccines, weight and health management and administration of allergy, B12 and testosterone shots. The clinic also provides complete medication reviews, medication therapy management and point-of-care testing for A1c, INR, cholesterol and blood sugar. Dr. Jadallah oversees these clinic activities, provides counseling based on test results and communicates with physicians and insurance companies daily. Dr. Jadallah coordinated and conducted influenza vaccine clinics at offsite areas and businesses and has implemented and trained Pharmacists on Pharmacy-based Immunization delivery. Dr. Jadallah received his BA in Biology and minor in chemistry from Virginia Commonwealth University, and his Doctor of Pharmacy from VCU in Richmond, Virginia.
Dr. Alexis Page earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy and then completed her PGY-1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency with VCU and Kroger Pharmacy. After residency, Alexis completed a Community-based Pharmacy Leadership and Management Fellowship with VCU and Kroger to gain more upper level management experience. Alexis is now the pharmacy manager at Kroger Pharmacy at Willow Lawn in Richmond, Virginia and serves as the site coordinator for VCU and Kroger Pharmacy in Richmond. Alexis is active in the Virginia Pharmacists Association, serving previously as the Chair and Vice Chair of the Academy of New and Future Practitioners and is a member of the Government Affairs committee. Alexis also serves on the Member Standing Engagement Committee with the New Practitioner Network of APhA. Alexis enjoys time away from the pharmacy by cross stitching, playing with her dog and cats and exploring the outdoors.
Dr. Morgan Grant is a native from Abingdon, Virginia. She earned her PharmD in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy in Oakwood, Virginia. After completing her PGY1 Community Based-Pharmacy Residency at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Grant accepted a position as Pharmacist in Charge and residency site coordinator for the Kroger site in Roanoke, VA. As an active member of the Virginia Pharmacists Association and American Pharmacists Association she uses involvement and experiences with these organizations to advocate for and promote the profession of pharmacy, through innovative clinical services and patient centered care in the community pharmacy setting. Dr. Grant's professional interests include medication safety, chronic disease state management and immunizations. Recently married she and her husband, Ryan, love to run, bike, hike and explore all things outdoors.
Jeffrey Schmidt graduated with his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Mercer Southern School of Pharmacy in 1999. Before graduation Jeff worked at Tulane Medical School in the Pharmaceutical Research Department. Working with several grants to develop radio protective drugs for NASA, he found a passion for Pharmacy. Jeff is a member of APhA, VPhA and has been a preceptor for over 20 years hosting students from all over the country. His professional interests include improving public health through immunizations, medication reviews, point of care testing and developing future leaders in our profession. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys the outdoors with his 4 dogs, traveling and attending science fiction conventions.