Zaman Ali

HIV/AIDS Co-Chair

My name is Zaman Ali and I am a current P3. I went to undergrad at UH for 3 years and continued my education here at UHCOP. I am the current co-chair for the Remember the Ribbon initiative for 2019-2020. In my free time, I enjoy keeping up with current events, trying new foods with family and friends, and watching Netflix.

The Remember the Ribbon initiative is committed to being more active and encouraging members to educate at health fairs, continuing to visit Omega house regularly, and collaborating with Smart COUGARS to provide HIV screenings at our health fairs. We will also expand our initiative to provide education on STDs and safe sex practices. Lastly, we will provide shadowing opportunities to active members of our initiative.

Why did you choose SNPhA?    I wanted to be apart of SNPhA because of all of the great work I saw the organization take part in during my undergrad years and P1 year of pharmacy school. SNPhA's mission of serving the underserved also piqued my interest in joining this wonderful organization. By reaching out to communities who may not have a voice, SNPhA can bridge that gap and provide crucial services to those in need.

Why did you choose SNPhA?

I wanted to be apart of SNPhA because of all of the great work I saw the organization take part in during my undergrad years and P1 year of pharmacy school. SNPhA's mission of serving the underserved also piqued my interest in joining this wonderful organization. By reaching out to communities who may not have a voice, SNPhA can bridge that gap and provide crucial services to those in need.

 
Why did you choose SNPhA?    As someone who has experienced the struggles of a refugee first-hand, I know how it feels to not have access to adequate healthcare. I gravitated towards SNPhA because of its commitment to serving and advocating for the health of marginalized and underserved communities. SNPhA has been the most impactful organization on my professional and personal growth in pharmacy school thus far. It has allowed me to explore various interests through its numerous initiatives and given me endless opportunities to attend health fairs in diverse communities. I was initially inspired by how SNPhA is invested in its members’ growth, involvement, and service in local communities. SNPhA creates an environment in which its members can foster meaningful relationships, cultivate their interests, and express themselves without fear of judgement or failure. Most importantly, it instills a sense of gratitude in serving others.

Why did you choose SNPhA?

As someone who has experienced the struggles of a refugee first-hand, I know how it feels to not have access to adequate healthcare. I gravitated towards SNPhA because of its commitment to serving and advocating for the health of marginalized and underserved communities. SNPhA has been the most impactful organization on my professional and personal growth in pharmacy school thus far. It has allowed me to explore various interests through its numerous initiatives and given me endless opportunities to attend health fairs in diverse communities. I was initially inspired by how SNPhA is invested in its members’ growth, involvement, and service in local communities. SNPhA creates an environment in which its members can foster meaningful relationships, cultivate their interests, and express themselves without fear of judgement or failure. Most importantly, it instills a sense of gratitude in serving others.

Lamees Loubani

HIV/AIDS Co-Chair

My name is Lamees Loubani and I attended UH for my first two years of undergrad and then started pharmacy school at UHCOP. I’m a P2 and co-chair of the Remember the Ribbon initiative for 2019-2020!! When I’m not studying or being involved in my organizations, I enjoy exploring museums and coffee shops.

The Remember the Ribbon initiative is committed to being more active and encouraging members to educate at health fairs, continuing to visit Omega house regularly, and collaborating with Smart COUGARS to provide HIV screenings at our health fairs. We will also expand our initiative to provide education on STDs and safe sex practices. Lastly, we will provide shadowing opportunities to active members of our initiative.