Ashley Castleberry received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy and her Master of Higher Education in Health Professions Teaching and Learning from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock College of Education. She served as the Director of Assessment and Assistant Professor at UAMS for 5 years before moving to the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. As a Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Pharmacy Practice, she teaches first- and second-year pharmacy students cardiovascular physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology and coordinates the Clinical Skills course. She is passionate about assessment, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and faculty development.
Dr. Agarwal is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuroradiology at Indiana University School of Medicine. He joined IU after his residency and fellowship at the LAC-USC Medical Center. As the Associate Director of Medical Student Education, he is involved in all aspects of the medical student radiology clerkship, and enjoys teaching residents and medical students, alike. His clinical interests include cervical trauma, stroke and neuro-oncolgy. His research interests include medical education research focusing on competency-based curriculum development and improvement, aimed at graduating more well-rounded medical students, who can readily identify imaging findings of some of the most emergent medical conditions and those who are able to utilize imaging more judiciously in their careers. Degrees: MD and MS: Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science - The Chicago Medical School, IL, usually called "The Chicago Medical School" Internship: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, CA - Internal Medicine Residency: LAC-USC Medical Center, CA - Diagnostic Radiology Fellowship: LAC-USC Medical Center, CA - Neuroradiology Board Certifications: ABR 2008, CAQ in Neuroradiology 2010, DABR 2020
Cheryl Frutchey received her Doctor of Philosophy degree and her Masters in Science from Oklahoma City University, Kramer’s School of Nursing. She has 15 years of experience as a nursing educator and has been a faculty member at Kramer for the last 10 years and is Chair of the Testing Committee. As a Clinical Associate Professor, she teaches graduate students about research, statistics, instructional design, technology use, testing, and exam items development and analysis. She is passionate about faculty development and provides faculty development programs on test and exam items development and exam analysis.
Colleen Denniston earned her Bachelor’s of Social Work at Keuka College in Central New York with a concentration in Assessment and Data Analysis. She has an Associates Degree in Business Administration. Her passion for technology and education has led her to a position with SUNY Upstate Medical University as the Testing Administrator where she administers exams through Examplify and NBME to undergraduate medical students.
John Brock Harris
John Brock Harris, Associate Professor of Pharmacy, joined Wingate University School of Pharmacy in November 2012. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering concentrating in Biosciences from North Carolina State University in 2002. After completing undergraduate work, he received his Doctorate of Pharmacy from The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy in 2007. He completed his first year post-graduate education at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina followed by second year post-graduate education specializing in pediatrics at Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Harris became Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy while completing his pediatric post-graduate work in 2009 and Board Certified in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy in 2016. Dr. Harris is an inpatient clinical practice faculty member in pediatrics at Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Harris has chaired the Assessment Committee since summer 2018 focusing on programmatic outcome measures.
KELLIE EARLY is the Chief Strategy Officer for the National Conference of Bar Examiners. She is involved in all areas of the products and services provided by NCBE to bar admission authorities and to candidates seeking admission. Kellie is currently serving as the project director for the Testing Task Force study. Prior to joining the Conference in June 2010, she was the executive director of the Missouri Board of Law Examiners for more than 10 years. Before entering the field of bar admissions, Early was the Director of Continuing Legal Education at the University of Missouri–Columbia School of Law, where she also taught legal research and writing as an adjunct professor. Before that, she was in the private practice of law with firms in St. Louis and Los Angeles.
Leslie Weibush serves as the Director of Special Projects fo The Ohio State University. In her role, Weibush researches, analyzes, plans and communicates diverse matters university-wide, nationally and internationally. She works closely with the senior leadership team to monitor, advise, and communicate the implementation of the operational and strategic agenda. She stays informed on complex initiatives, projects and partnerships by engaging with key stakeholders, supporting and advising the CIO with executive-level administrative support. Prior to serving in this capacity, Weibush managed the State Authorization Team, obtaining institutional and professional licensing board approvals in every U.S. state and territory for Ohio State’s out-of-state educational activities. She developed and implemented the university-wide, out-of-state Educational Activities Policy, raising awareness around authorization requirements to university stakeholders. She also created and instituted a semesterly data collection process, affording Ohio State the ability to maintain its participation in the National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). In 2010, Weibush served as a founder of the State Authorization Network of Ohio (SAN-O), bringing institutions from Ohio and beyond together biannually to address institutional compliance. She served as a curriculum designer, mentor, and presenter for the WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET) State Authorization Network, providing guidance and support to other institutions about state authorization compliance.
Since he was a child, Mario has enjoyed taking things apart to see how they work. While this caused his mother frustration, this tendency has served him well in exploring the software systems he utilizes as a Physician Assistant and an Assistant Professor with Harding University’s Physician Assistant Program. His primary teaching areas include Psychiatry, Neurology, and Patient Assessment. He works extensively with standardized patients in simulations of patient encounters and has been the primary author and administrator for the Program’s Practical Summative Evaluation during his eight years of teaching.
Dr. Rachel Ogden is the Associate Dean for the Accelerated Pathway, Clinical Education and Student Success at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) School of Pharmacy. She is also an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and has been with the school for twelve years. Dr. Ogden oversees the operations of the Erie Campus for the School of Pharmacy as well as Clinical Education for all student pathways and efforts related to Student Success. Dr. Ogden obtained her Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from Duquesne University, a Pharm.D. from the University of Florida, and two Masters Degrees, one in Medical Education and one in Health Services Administration from LECOM. She has extensive experience in geriatric pharmacy and is a Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist. She has spent thirty years in healthcare administration in a variety of settings spanning community practice, acute care and long term care. She has spoken nationally on topics related to the care of the institutional elderly and nursing home administration.
Richard “Hal” Halpin works as the Manager of Educational Technology at the University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston where his group is responsible for all systems, software and hardware used to teach students. Hal’s educational interests include the promotion of appropriate, effective assessment methodologies, improving the effectiveness of the integration of technology into teaching, developing faculty understanding of assessment techniques, designing innovative courseware and curriculum and increasing student outcomes in health science education. He is currently working to incorporate advanced simulation and virtual reality in the dental curriculum. Hal earned his undergraduate degree in Archaeology from Bradford University in the UK. Since coming to the US he has obtained a Masters in Instructional Technology and a Doctorate in Professional Leadership with an emphasis in health sciences education, both from the University of Houston.
Sarah E. Raake, PharmD, MSEd, BCACP, LDE Dr. Sarah E. Raake obtained her Bachelor of Science in secondary education from Indiana University Southeast (New Albany, IN) and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (Louisville, KY). Upon graduation with her Doctorate, she completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency with a focus in ambulatory care at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Given a passion for instructional design and evaluation, Sarah continued her education, attaining a Master’s in Education with a focus in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University (Bloomington, IN). Sarah currently practices in ambulatory care pharmacy at the Center for Health & Wellness at Sullivan University. Her professional interests include authentic clinical assessments, instructional design, and assessment. Currently, Sarah serves as the Director of Instructional Effectiveness for the College. Sarah’s clinical interests include general ambulatory care with a focus on primary disease prevention and diabetes. On a personal note, Sarah lives on a working, 80-acre family farm in Southern Indiana. Her hobbies include caring for her numerous pets, cooking, baking, traveling, visiting National Parks, scuba diving, and photography.
Tommy Sangchompuphen serves as the Associate Dean for Student Learning and is an Associate Professor of Law at Lincoln Memorial University - Duncan School of Law. As Associate Dean for Student Learning, Dean Tommy is responsible for initiatives that promote the retention and advancement of law students throughout the law curriculum. He utilizes knowledge and skills in educational philosophy and research, student and instructor interrelationships, advising and counseling, and learning and study strategies to implement academic support services essential to law students’ academic success, learning experience, and bar passage. He holds a B.A. in political science from Yale University, an M.S. in journalism from Columbia University, and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School in Minneapolis.
Priscilla Martin is a Curriculum Specialist/Instructional Designer at Lake Erie College of Medicine (LECOM). She received her bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in Elementary Education and began teaching young students. She moved to Erie, Pennsylvania where she obtained her master’s degree in Instructional Deign and Curriculum Specialty from Gannon University. She began working in this field August 2013 and with ExamSoft during that same year. She has become quite proficient in using ExamSoft. She helps the 4 schools and 6 pathways within LECOM with the use of this. She loves working and exploring the use of computer modalities that will help her students to become the best that they can become.
Eric Schneider arrived at Wingate University in July 2015, where he joined the School of Pharmacy as Assistant Dean for Academics. In June 2018 he assumed the position of Vice Provost for Health Sciences and then transitioned to Vice Provost for Institutional Effectiveness in November 2019. Dr. Schneider received a Bachelor’s of Science in Pharmacy from the Saint Louis College of Pharmacy in 1987. He received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1990 and completed a Clinical Pharmacy Residency in Family Medicine in 1991. Prior to arriving at Wingate University, Dr. Schneider served on the faculty of four U.S. Family Medicine Residency programs and has taught in the colleges of pharmacy, medicine, and nursing of several universities. Most recently, Dr. Schneider was Associate Director for Curriculum and Assessment at the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Schneider’s area of clinical expertise is family medicine pharmacotherapeutics (both ambulatory and hospital). His clinical research interest has centered on chronic disease management, quality of care, and utilization of healthcare teams in patient management. Dr. Schneider is also interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning, particularly in learning assessment. Dr. Schneider has presented over 100 National, State/Provincial or Local seminars and has published a number of papers and book chapters. He has received teaching awards in both Pharmacy and Family Medicine Residency education.