Board of Directors
Sahar Mazhar graduated as Pharm-D from IPS, UVAS Pakistan in 2013. She came to the U.S. in 2015 and obtained Texas Pharmacist license. She worked in a retail pharmacy for 2-3 years with her last position as Clinical pharmacist where she realized that she wants to pursue her passion of opening clinical services based company and serve community’s healthcare needs. Now, she owns a company “PharmaCription, LLC” that offers Pharmacist-led clinical services to Physicians. She has deep passion to serve community and to give back to her profession due to which she started Pharmacist based group in Texas and now founded American Pharmacist Society with aim of giving back to her profession. With her aim to serve community Sahar is pursuing MPS – Healthcare administration degree from UTHealth School of Public Health.
Ehtesham Ul Haq
Haq graduated from the University of Karachi, Pakistan in 2011. He started his career in pharmaceutical sales and project management with Getz Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi Aventis.
From 2012-2015, he worked as a Product Manager (Pharmaceutical Marketing) at Sami Pharmaceuticals. He was an admin of Pharmacy Graduates Association and Pharmacy career solutions in Pakistan which help newly graduated pharmacists to get into pharmaceutical industry. From 2016 to 2019, he worked as a Pharmacy Technician, an Inventory Specialist, a Pharmacist-Intern in CVS health and Acaria specialty Centene Corporation, in Houston TX. He also worked as a Pharmacy Tech and Pharmacy Intern at Spring Hospital. He became a licensed RPh in TX in Sept 2020, and is currently working as a Pharmacist at CVS Pharmacy/Health. He is also working for Spring staffing services and Houston Health Department as PRN Pharmacist/Immunizer.
Prina Shah graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, IA in 2008 with her PharmD and MBA. Since then, she has worked in a variety of settings, including but not limited to: retail, subacute, ICU, NICU/PICU, pediatrics, geriatrics, family medicine, and oncology. Currently, she is working as an oncology pharmacy supervisor at USMD, where she is building the pharmacy program for 5 clinics and infusion centers. Her approach to practicing pharmacy is to look at the patient as a whole, not just as a number.
When she is not a pharmacy supervisor, she enjoys being a mentor to pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists, and coaching them into finding the right position for them. She also loves attending drum circles, and is learning how to ride a motorcycle.