Dr. Mariette Sourial received her PharmD from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Albany, New York. During her college years, she was involved in many extracurricular activities such as playing college basketball, serving as the president for the student chapter of the American Pharmacists Association, and serving in the Student Government Association. She completed an ambulatory care PGY-1 residency through the University of Minnesota at one of their rural emphasis sites in 2010-2011. At her residency site, her main project focused on collaboration between pharmacists during transitions of care. In 2011, she joined the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy as an assistant professor of pharmacy practice, where she teaches various topics in the pharmacotherapy series, coordinates Critical Pharmacy Knowledge V and VI, and facilitates in multiple courses such as case studies, patient care skills, as well as communication lab. She is the faculty co-advisor of the American Pharmacists Association and the Academy of Student Pharmacists, and is actively involved in national, state and local pharmacists associations. Her practice site is currently located at Lakeside Medical Center in Belle Glade, Florida, where she precepts ambulatory/transitions of care APPE students. Her practice interests include leveraging pharmacists to facilitate effective transitions of care in high-risk patients, as well as interprofessional collaboration to improve healthcare outcomes. She was recently named the director of interprofessional education within the School of Pharmacy and has partnered with various community leaders and institutions to support its initiatives since its inception.