Phi Lambda Sigma, the Pharmacy Leadership Society, has announced the appointment of their Regional Liaisons for the 2021-2022 year. A CUW student, Vincent "Vinny" Rotunno, has been chosen as one of the eleven students nationwide to serve as a Regional Liaison.

The Regional Liaisons serve a vital role in the Pharmacy Leadership Society as they interact with each collegiate chapter in their region to ensure seamless communication between the National Office and those chapters.

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Rotunno is from Lindenhurst, Illinois, and is currently enrolled in his fourth year in CUW’s Doctor of Pharmacy program. He is simultaneously working on his MBA degree with a Healthcare Administration concentration through Concordia’s Batterman School of Business.

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In addition to his new role with Phi Lambda Sigma, Rotunno serves in leadership roles on campus. He has stepped up in myriad ways within the School of Pharmacy, including serving as Chapter President of Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS) and Co-Chair of Operation Diabetes for the American Pharmacists Association (APhA).

Phi Lambda Sigma was established in 1965 to develop leadership qualities among pharmacy students and pharmacists and to recognize leaders in the profession.

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