Dr. Bi Ndikum is a Senior Instructor at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences where she coordinates and teaches Drug Information courses for entry-level Pharm D students, International PharmD students and Pharmacology courses at the College of Nursing. Dr. Bi received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Colorado in May 2003. She completed a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Colorado in 2005 and started her teaching career at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus thereafter.
Hilda enjoys interacting with students and when she is not at the medical campus teaching, she is working at Kaiser Permanente as a Clinical Pharmacist. She also loves to educate patients in the global community, an interest that led her to pursue a Master’s degree in Public Health and has participated in several global health projects. She is passionate about sharing her experiences and motivating others to get involved in activities to improve the health of communities.
Hilda is an active member of the Mile High Medical Society where she participates in activities to increase awareness and provide opportunities for minority populations in Colorado. She is also a member of many professional and community organizations where she continues to empower and influence the communities she serves. Hilda has been a member of CAMPhA-USA since 2019 and has served as the Outreach Committee Co-chair. Her vision is to get more Cameroonian Pharmacists in the USA involved, share values and ideas to empower our communities. In her spare time, Hilda loves to entertain and spend time with friends and family, serving as a mentor and role model and she enjoys traveling.
Dr. Sindjui is a very proud and passionate Cameroonian born Pharmacist, Practicing in the United States for the past 10 years. He migrated to the United States about 20 years ago to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a health care professional. In May 2013, he graduated from the Notre Dame of Maryland University, School of Pharmacy - Inaugural class. After 5 years in the retail/community pharmacy arena and almost 2 years as a clinical Pharmacist in a low-income community clinic in Baltimore City, he currently practice as a Medical Science Liaison specializing in HIV medicines with a Pharma company.
Dr Sindjui joined CAMPhA since its early days in 2017 and has been one of its most dedicated members. He actively participated in the preparation, attended the past two annual conventions, and led the launch of CAMPhA first and only regional chapter in the DMV area in July 2019.
Dr. Sindjui draws his strength and passion from his supportive wife and four children to whom he owes all he has ever been able to accomplish.
As a clinical pharmacist specialist, Rachele Mimi Tchomnou, in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams, strives to provide effective drug therapy to critically ill patients through evidence-based medicine to optimize patient outcomes.
Rachele received her PharmD degree at Roseman University of Health Sciences in Henderson, Nevada. After graduation, she did a PGY-1 Residency program at Frederick Health Hospital in Frederick, Maryland. She then found a clinical pharmacist position at Medstar Harbor Hospital.
Rachele is an engaging versatile public figure within her community, benefiting from merits of the trust that has earned among Cameroonians in particular as faithful stewards of collective interest.
She has often held prominent positions of responsibility in both for-profit and non-profit organizations. She currently holds positions in two prominent organizations with the Cameroon diaspora community.
Her overriding philosophy in management stems from her faith inspired integrity, which sees any form of stewardship as related to her unique calling to serve the common good uncompromisingly.
Rachele is currently serving in the All Cameroonian Cultural & Development Foundation, ACCDF, as a Treasurer and in the Nyuykongver Baltimore Family group as the financial secretary. As Treasurer, Rachele's goal is to work with the entire team to ensure that the organization's finances are well managed while keeping the financial records up to date. With the emergent of COVID 19, the future is very uncertain. With God's help, Rachele is dedicated to committing time and service to this organization.
Dr. Senge Balimba is a Clinical Managed Care Pharmacist. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from Howard University (Washington, D.C) in 2004 and has been dedicated to providing patients with medication information and chronic disease management thereby helping them live healthier lives. She has experience in hospital, outpatient and managed care pharmacy practice. Dr. Balimba currently works as a Clinical Pharmacist with OptumHealth where she provides exceptional pharmaceutical care for patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases through telephonic counseling, medication therapy management and problem solving skills. Outside her professional responsibilities, Dr. Balimba enjoys spending time with her family and loves to sing, read, watch movies and travel.
Eningan Epie has been a clinical pharmacist sine =completing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida in 2005 and subsequently pursuing a PGY1 residency at the VA in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the last 9 years, she has mainly specialized in infectious diseases and mostly held inpatient ID pharmacist roles. She recently transitioned into Pharma and now works as a Medical Science Liaison for Seres Therapeutics a biotechnical company and pioneer in microbiome therapeutics. She was able to remain in the ID space as Seres focuses on treatment of recurrent Clostridioides difficile infections.
Eningan also holds a leadership role in the Cameroonian Catholic Community of Baltimore and loves to spend time traveling and exploring with her three girls; ages 13, 7 and 4.
Eningan looks forward to fulfilling her dual CAMPhA roles as financial secretary for national and treasurer for the local DMV branch as well as continuing the novel monthly education program.
Dr. Quinta Aweh-Mancho graduated from Massachusetts college of Pharmacy with a BS in Pharmacy. She then completed her Doctor of pharmacy at the University of Colorado School of pharmacy. She has practiced in different settings in pharmacy with her current position as a clinical pharmacist with Kaiser Permanente in Aurora Colorado.
She is a mother of five - 3 girls and 2 boys. She is raising three daughters with exemplary leadership qualities who are beauty contestants in beauty pageants across the United States. She herself is in the pageant, contesting for Mrs. Colorado. She is also a wife to a great husband Dr. Aaron Mancho. In addition to her dedication to family, Dr. Mancho is a Fitness, Health and Wellness Coach. She loves to travel the world and has served as a role model in her community by giving back through volunteering.
Dr. Adele C-Lakbub is a community pharmacist in the Kansas Metro Area who is committed to adding value to the people she serves. She is a 2020 Doctor of Pharmacy graduate from the University of Kansas, School of Pharmacy and holds certifications in MTM, Pharmacist & Patient Centered Diabetes Care, Adult Mental Health First Aid and others.
As a student, she served in different leadership capacities for different Student Pharmacy organizations.
As a pharmacist, she currently serves as student mentor for the National Pharmaceutical Association (NPhA)/KU-SNPhA,) a member of Kansas Pharmacists Association New Practitioners Network (KNPN), member of several committees in CAMPhA, and mentor and coach to technicians and student interns at work. She was the recipient of the 2020 CAMPHA Student of the year award and the Student Liaison elect for the in-coming exec team. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, serving through her local church and volunteering at health clinics in the community. Cooking, reading, and travel are also things she enjoys.