UNE’s Gayle Brazeau selected to serve as facilitator for national pharmacy leadership program

Gayle Brazeau

September 21, 2017

L-R: Facilitators David Stewart, Lorne Hofseth, Gayle Brazeau, Kimberly Plake, Kim Adcock, and Mohammed Islam
L-R: Facilitators David Stewart, Lorne Hofseth, Gayle Brazeau, Kimberly Plake, Kim Adcock, and Mohammed Islam.

Gayle Brazeau, Ph.D., professor in the College of Pharmacy, has been chosen as a leadership facilitator for the 2017-18 Academic Leadership Fellows Program.

In this highly selective program, Brazeau will support and contribute to the development of leaders in academic pharmacy and higher education. She will share feedback on the Fellows' individual, professional and personal goals, listening to their ideas and stimulating new ways of thinking.

Brazeau, who served as a Fellow in 2005-06, was chosen for her higher education leadership experience, interpersonal skills and knowledge of leadership theory. She will mentor Fellows over the course of one year, providing knowledge of legislative and public policy issues, leadership in pharmacy advocacy and training in practical management responsibilities.

 

To learn more about the University of New England’s College of Pharmacy visit www.une.edu/pharmacy

To apply, visit www.une.edu/admissions

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