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Grand Vice President for Collegiate Affairs (GVPCA)About This Office
The duty of the Grand Vice President for Collegiate Affairs (GVPCA) shall be to supervise the activities of the Regional Directors for Collegiate Affairs (RDCAs) under the direction of the Grand and Executive Councils; and to deliver to that person’s successor all documents belong to the office. The GVPCA shall be responsible for the promotion of Collegiate Chapter Standards, as approved by the Grand Council and published in the Fraternal Education Manual, and the Chapter Excellence and Quality (ChEQ) Program, as defined by the Executive Council in its policies and procedures. The GVPCA shall be responsible for organizing and coordinating the judging of materials from the Achievement Award Program, with support of the Executive Director and following procedures defined by the Executive Council.
Tiffany Johnson, Pharm.D.
Tiffany established her roots in an East Texas town called Buffalo and graduated as Valedictorian of her high school class. She attended Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas where she became a first generation college graduate and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2008. After being told on multiple occasions she should pursue pharmaceutical sales as her career path, Tiffany decided to look at other areas of pharmacy that would provide her the opportunity of obtaining a higher level education. After working at a local Wal-Mart pharmacy, she recognized her passion for creating relationships with the community and providing patient care. Tiffany was accepted to the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy (TTUHSC SOP) in Abilene, Texas the fall of 2009. Little did she know that by showing up to just an informational event for Phi Delta Chi one evening, she would be pinned as a pledge for the organization. She was initiated as a Founding Father of the Gamma Eta Chapter that fall. During pharmacy school, she served the chapter as Worthy Chief Counselor during her second and third year of pharmacy school. She attended her first Grand Council in Buffalo, New York in 2011 where she proudly accepted the Gamma Eta Charter. She completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency with Cigna-HealthSpring in Houston, Texas specializing in managed care and ambulatory care. She worked closely with the University of Houston College of Pharmacy by delivering lectures, facilitated Therapeutic lab discussions, and precepted students. She was appointed to serve as the Southcentral Regional Director of Collegiate Affairs where she performed Focus and Chapter Excellence and Quality (ChEQ) visits, attended, helped orchestrate, and facilitated the Southcentral Regional Conference, visited St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, participated in the Fraternity’s Strategic Planning Retreat, attended the Founders’ Day celebration hosted by the Texas Alumni Chapter, and attended other numerous regional events. Upon completion of residency, she accepted a Clinical Pharmacist position with Magellan Health. She has been serving as the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy’s Diplomat for the TTUHSC SOP to provide a greater understanding and appreciation for managed care pharmacy among students and faculty members. She has become more involved with the Texas Alumni Chapter and was elected as their Correspondent for 2014-2015. As an Alumnus, she has attended numerous local Phi Delta Chi events, performed ChEQ visits, adopted a Delta Beta Brother as her Little, and aided numerous Collegiate Brothers near and far, both with Phi Delta Chi Collegiate Affairs and professionally with their career paths. Because of her passion, love for the organization, and portraying herself as a Brother for Life, her only hope is to rub off on and inspire Collegiate Brothers to do the same.
Grand Vice President for Collegiate Affairs