Meet Our Ambassadors


Kateleen Caye, Class of 2023

Kateleen was born and raised in Kahului, Hawaii on the island of Maui. Since high school, she has always had a strong desire to be in the pharmacy profession. Prior to DKICP, she attended the University of Hawaii at Hilo for three years where she completed her Pre-Pharmacy coursework.

Kateleen currently serves as the Worthy Keeper of Records and Seals for the Phi Delta Chi (PDC) Professional Pharmacy Fraternity and Community Outreach Co-Chair for the DKICP Health Fair.

One of the many things that Kateleen likes about DKICP are the strong connections and friendships she’s made with other student pharmacists, faculty and staff. She appreciates the endless support available at DKICP in becoming a better student, leader and future pharmacist. When Kateleen is not studying, she enjoys playing basketball, binge watching shows/YouTube videos and eating out with friends.

Analeslie Martinez, Class of 2023

Analeslie was born and raised in Los Angeles California. She graduated from Oregon State University with a BioHealth Sciences degree. She did a study abroad semester in South Africa and did a second study abroad semester in Mexico. Prior to attending DKICP she worked in a biotechnology lab then moved on to work in a retail pharmacy.

She has a passion for community and rural health, which has led her to becoming the Community Outreach Chair for the Pacific Islander Mobile Screening Clinic and a Ho’omalu Ola co-chair for Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity.

One of the reasons why Analeslie decided to attend DKICP was for the unique opportunities to work with communities throughout the Big Island. When she’s not studying, you can catch her adventuring the outdoors. She loves to hike, explore the island with her dog (Luna), try new food, and travel.

Daijiro Oshitari, Class of 2023

Daijiro was born and raised on the island of O’ahu.  He graduated from both Manoa and Hilo campuses of The University of Hawai’i with degrees in Economics and Biology, respectively.  After graduating with his B.A. in Economics, he lived and worked in Thailand before he decided to pursue a career in the field of pharmacy.  

Fulfilling his passion for leadership, he currently serves as Secretary for the Class of 2023 Student Council, Vice-President of Hawaii Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy (HSSHP), and Health Screening Co-Chair for the DKICP Health Fair.  Moreover, he is an active member of Kappa Psi (KY) Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Pacific Islander Mobile Screening Clinic (PISMC), and The American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA - ASP).  

His favorite aspects of DKICP are the school life camaraderie, the unlimited opportunities to be involved with the local community, and the capacity for both personal and professional growth through the various organizations.  During his free time, Daijiro is enjoying the island life, going to the gym, and binge-watching Netflix or Hulu.

Debra Towell, Class of 2023

Debra grew up in a small town just outside of Kansas City, Kansas. Prior to DKICP she attended the University of Hawaii at Hilo for two years where she completed her Pre-Pharmacy Certificate. She began working in pharmacy eight years ago as a technician and fell in love with pharmacy.

Debra currently serves as the Treasurer and Professional Development Chair for Hawai’i Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy and Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (HSSHP & AMCP). She is an active member of Hawaii Pharmacist Association (HPhA) and American Pharmacists Association- Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). She enjoys being an active part of the DKICP Health Fair each year and she is also currently employed as Pre-Grad Intern at Wal-Mart Pharmacy.

One thing Debra loves about DKICP is the numerous leadership and community outreach opportunities. She also appreciates the support of staff and the comradery between students on the small campus. When Debra isn’t studying, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, trying new places to eat and exploring the island.

Judhea Campollo, Class of 2024

Judhea was born and raised on the island of Oahu. She attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she earned her B.A. in Biology.

Judhea currently serves as the Director of Finance and Fundraising for the Industry Pharmacy Organization (IPhO). She is an active member of the American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) and the Hawaii Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy & Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (HSSHP-AMCP). She is currently employed as a Pharmacy Intern with CVS.

Some of her favorite things about DKICP is that it has a very diverse community and it is located in a peaceful environment. There are strong connections between students and faculty and many opportunities for professional growth and development. During her free time, she enjoys reading, caring for her succulents, and watching sunsets.

Olatunji "Ola" Gbadebo, Class of 2024

Ola grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota and attended the University of Minnesota to study chemistry. Prior to pharmacy school he sought to gain experience and worked in a Specialty Pharmacy and at Masonic Children’s Hospital as a Pharmacy Technician.

Ola is currently serving as the Vice President for the Class of 2024 and the National Community Pharmacy Association (NCPA), Pledge Chair for Kappa Psi (KY) Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Historian for Hawaii Student Society of Health Systems Pharmacy & Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (HSSHP), Overall Co-Chair for the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Health Fair, and is heavily involved with the American Pharmacy Association- Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).

Some of his favorite things about DKICP are the various leadership opportunities available and rapport the students have with the community. During his free time, Ola enjoys hanging out with friends, going on hikes and exploring the Big Island.

Josephine Lui, Class of 2024

Josephine was born and raised in San Francisco, California. Prior to attending DKICP, she attended the City College of San Francisco where she completed her Pre-Pharmacy courses, while working as a pharmacy clerk at a community pharmacy.

She is currently serving as the Class Liaison for the Class of 2024 Student Council, Operation Substance Abuse Disorder Co-Chair for American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP), and the Community Service Chair for the National Community Pharmacist Association (NCPA). Additionally she serves as the Historian for the DKICP Health Fair and as both Risk Management Chair and Legislative Chair for the Kappa Psi (KY) Pharmaceutical Fraternity.

Her favorite part about attending DKICP is the opportunities for community outreach and volunteering, as well as the friendships, connections, and continuing support of fellow student pharmacists, faculty and staff. During her free time, Josephine enjoys playing volleyball, boxing, going on hikes and exploring new places, while also watching shows and movies.
 

Megan Woolsey, Class of 2024

Megan was born and raised in Ewa Beach, Hawai’i on the island of Oahu. Prior to attending DKICP, she attended the University of Hawai’i at Hilo for two years where she completed her Pre-Pharmacy coursework.

Her most meaningful leadership opportunity at DKICP started with serving as the P1 Member- At-Large Liaison for the American Pharmacists Association – Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) where she practiced leadership and communication, participated in COVID vaccination clinics, and learned of her love to be engaged with the many organizations offered on campus. Megan is currently serving as the International Vice President for APhA-ASP, a member of the Professional Development Committee and Community Service Co-Chair in Phi Delta Chi (PDC) Professional Fraternity, the Educational Booth Co-Chair for the DKICP Health Fair, and Committee Co-Chair for the Blue Zones Project.

Megan’s favorite aspects of DKICP are the many diverse opportunities to be involved with the local community, the resources to promote personal and professional growth, and the connections that are fostered between student pharmacists and faculty. When she’s not studying, she enjoys watching Korean dramas, playing the piano, reading, and volunteering.