Meet Our Ambassadors

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Judhea Campollo, Class of 2024

Judhea Campollo Judhea was born and raised on the island of Oʻahu. She attended the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa 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 Hawaiʻi 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 Gbadebo 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, the Treasurer, Finance-Fundraising Committee Co-Chair, Scholarship Committee Co-Chair for Kappa Psi (ΚΨ) Pharmaceutical Fraternity Inc, Treasurer for Phi Lambda Sigma (ΦΛΣ) Pharmacy Leadership Society, Tutoring Chair for Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society and Overall Chair for the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Health Fair. He is currently working at Hilo Medical Center and KTA as a Pharmacy Intern.

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.

Erin Kim, Class of 2024

Erin Kim Erin was born and raised in Honolulu on the island of Oʻahu. Prior to attending DKICP, she attended Creighton University where she earned a BA in Psychology with a minor in Music.

She currently serves as Committee Co-Chair for the Blue Zones Project.

Some of her favorite aspects of DKICP is the camaraderie that is encouraged amongst the students, and the many opportunities available through the school. The faculty is always available for help, as well as approachable for advice. When she's not studying, she enjoys playing Minecraft, crocheting items like keychains, scarves, beanies, and bags, drawing, and reading books by H.P. Lovecraft, Neil Gaiman, Dante, and Shakespeare.

Josephine Lui, Class of 2024

Josephine Lui 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 and Operation Substance Abuse Disorder Co-Chair for American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). Additionally, she serves as the Historian for the DKICP Health Fair and as both Chaplain and Rituals Committee Chair for the Kappa Psi (ΚΨ) 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 Woolsey Megan was born and raised in Ewa Beach, Hawaiʻi on the island of Oʻahu. Prior to pharmacy school, she attended the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo for two years where she completed her Pre-Pharmacy coursework.

She currently serves as the Professional Development Committee Chair for the Phi Delta Chi (ΦΔΧ) Professional Pharmacy Fraternity, the Educational Booth Co-Chair for the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) Annual Health Fair, and the Committee Co-Chair for the Blue Zones Project. Megan formerly served as the International Vice President and P1 Member-at-Large Liaison for the American Pharmacists Association – Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) and Community Service Co-Chair in the PDC Professional Pharmacy Fraternity.

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 melodramas, playing the piano, reading adventure webcomics and fantasy books like Harry Potter and Percy Jackson, and volunteering.

Taylor Eleola, Class of 2025

Taylor Eleola Taylor grew up on the island of Oʻahu. She attended Hawaiʻi Baptist Academy in Nuʻuanu for high school. After volunteering at care homes, talking to healthcare professionals, and personal research, she began to pursue pharmacy as a future career. Taylor completed two years of prerequisite coursework at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo before attending DKICP.

Taylor’s favorite things about DKICP are the class sizes that offer a sense of community and camaraderie among students and staff. She appreciates the plethora of opportunities DKICP provides to expand professional, leadership, and personal growth and achievement in the form of volunteer opportunities, school organizations, and collaborative classroom events. In addition, the warm welcoming environment Hilo cultivates with beautiful landscapes are aspects she enjoys in and out of the classroom. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, surfing, snorkeling, going to the beach, and going to the gym.

Ronel Jordan Quebral, Class of 2025

Ronel Jordan Quebral Ronel was born and raised on the island of Oʻahu. He attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) for undergrad.

Ronel currently serves as the American Pharmacist Association - Academy of Student Pharmacist (APhA-ASP) President - Elect. He is also an active member of the Hawaiʻi Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy & Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (HSSHP-AMCP), Hawaiʻi Pharmacist Association (HPhA), and Phi Delta Chi (ΦΔΧ) Professional Pharmacy Fraternity.

Some of his favorite things about the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy are the community events and the endless opportunities to grow as a professional, leader, and a member of society. When Ronel isn’t studying he enjoys baking cheesecakes, brownies, and taking long naps.

Vincent Tran, Class of 2025

Vincent Tran Vincent was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi on the island of Oʻahu. Prior to attending DKICP, he attended the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa where he earned his B.S. in Biology.

Vincent currently serves as the Secretary for Hawaiʻi Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy and Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (HSSHP & AMCP), and Scholastics Co-Chair for the Phi Delta Chi (ΦΔΧ) Professional Pharmacy Fraternity. He is also an active member of Hawaiʻi Pharmacist Association (HPhA) and American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).

One of Vincent’s favorite aspects of DKICP are the strong bonds and support between student pharmacists, faculty, and staff. He also appreciates the numerous opportunities to be involved with the local community which help to further develop personal and professional growth. When he’s not studying, he enjoys watching soccer, spending time with friends, and exercising.

Rosalind Wong, Class of 2025

Rosalind Wong Rosalind was born and raised in Honolulu on the island of Oʻahu. Before entering pharmacy school, she completed her Pre-Pharmacy coursework at the Kapiʻolani Community College.

Rosalind currently serves as Treasurer for the Class of 2025 and the Hawaiʻi Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy and Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (HSSHP & AMCP), Patient Care VP-Elect for the American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP), and Scholastics Committee Co-Chair for the Phi Delta Chi (ΦΔΧ) Professional Pharmacy Fraternity. She is currently employed as a Pharmacy Intern with CVS and the Queen’s Medical Center on Oʻahu.

Some of her favorite things about DKICP are that it provides students with many opportunities for community outreach, networking, and professional growth. Her friendships and connections with her fellow students and faculty/staff helped her develop as a student pharmacist and she is able to foster her passion for community outreach. During her free time, she enjoys playing badminton and tennis, eating out with friends, and watching a variety of shows and movies.