The Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy
Full Name: Keysha Bryant
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Pharm.D., Florida A&M University; M.B.A., Palm Beach Atlantic University '13.
Dr. Bryant graduated magna cum laude from Florida A&M University with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. After graduation she applied for and completed a pharmacy practice residency at University of Florida- Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida in 1996. Following her residency training, she held several staff pharmacist positions in various practice settings (institutional, community, and outpatient pharmacy practice). Dr. Bryant has also held management titles such as pharmacy supervisor, assistant pharmacy manager, clinical manager, director of pharmacy, and consultant of record.
After twelve years of practice, Dr. Bryant transitioned to a full-time faculty position at Palm Beach Atlantic University. For the next nine years Dr. Bryant taught and coordinated in courses such as Communication Skills in Healthcare, Servant Leadership and Pharmacy Management, Healthcare Delivery and Patient Safety, and Pharmacoeconomics. While a faculty member she developed a passion for the social behavioral and managerial sciences and their application to pharmacy practice. As a result of this passion, in 2013 she earned a Master of Business Administration degree from PBA. In 2015 she completed a certification in Healthcare Risk Management.
Dr. Bryant has been active in and out of the classroom at PBA. She has served as chair of the Outcomes Improvement Committee, a level one committee in the Gregory School, and has served three terms on the Student Recruitment and Admissions Committee. She was a member of the University Faculty Development Committee for four years; she has also served as faculty advisor for the Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Inc. for the past seven years.
Dr. Bryant is active in her community and in her profession serving in the role of board member for the Urban League of Palm Beach County (Parent Board), the board of advisors for Southeastern College (Pharmacy Technology), and a writer for the Pharmacist Letter.