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Jan 17, 2019

Today's Pharmacy Future Leaders interview is with the entreprenurial blogger Dr. Madeline Acquilano PharmD The Luxe Pharmacist

Madeline is in her sixth (P4) year of pharmacy school in Boston, Massachusetts.

Madeline states: "I grew up in a small town in beautiful, woodsy New Hampshire. My father had the pleasure (and challenge) of raising three daughters, after growing up in a household with four brothers. Needless to say, as girly as I am now, that was not always the case. I grew up in the woods on our ATV trails; hiking mountains, going on bike rides, and was enrolled in sports my first year of elementary school. I may not have become the star athlete that my father had wanted, but rest assured his efforts did not go to waste. He made me tough; he showed me how to work hard and to never take no for an answer. Ultimately, he showed me how to be a role model to others by being one himself.

Fast forward to now many years later; I can attribute much of my success in pharmacy school to those same principles. It has always been my dream to inspire others, especially women, being that I am the oldest, and have two little sisters that look up to me. I believe all women should feel empowered and inspired, not only to go after their dreams (whatever those may be), but to also be a positive role model for other women and our society. I have grown so much over the past five years of pharmacy school. Through the triumphs and the lows of a rigorous program; I have become a passionate future pharmacist, a better leader, a more compassionate person and above all someone that I am very proud to be."