Non-profit Organization Providing Support for FAMU College of Pharmacy, Institute of Public Health
Who we are
Welcome to the National Diamondback Pharmacy Alumni Council (NDPAC) website, your resource for alumni news, networking, and continuing education of the Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy, Institute of Public Health.
We originated as the National Florida A&M University Pharmacy Alumni Council in 1970. Although we changed our name to The National Diamondback Pharmacy Alumni Council in 2004, our commitment and dedication to the students, faculty, and administration of the FAMU College of Pharmacy, Institute of Public Health remains unchanged.
There are currently seven alumni chapters, five in Florida, one in Georgia, and one in the Washington, DC area. The alumni members in these chapters are essential to the foundation of our success. They recruit pharmacy students and alumni pharmacists, help promote a positive public image of FAMU College of Pharmacy, Institute of Public Health, raise funds for scholarships, and provide valuable networking opportunities.
To become a member, click “Join Now” and continue the tradition of “Excellence With Caring.” Contact a local chapter near you or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll put you in touch with a local council president near you.
Sharon M. White
Invite Letter from Nicketris Mandela, NDPAC President
Greetings CoPPS, IPH Alumni and Friends,
I hope that you and your family have been safe and healthy as we have navigated life in a pandemic. I am eager for us to meet and interact with one another again throughout my 2022 – 2024 term as President of the National Diamondback Pharmacy Alumni Council.
Give to the NDPAC
The National Diamondback Pharmacy Alumni Council(NDPAC), formerly the National Florida A&M University Pharmacy Alumni Council, is a 501(c)(3) educational organization comprised primarily of FAMU pharmacy graduates and their supporters. The NDPAC works closely with the FAMU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Public Health (FAMU COPPS, IPH) to help support its programs and activities for students and staff and enable the FAMU COPPS' role as a "Center of Excellence."
2022 Virtual Annual Meeting
Saturday & Sunday, JUNE 25-26, 2022
NDPAC hosted a Scholarship Giveaway Raffle
Here are our winners of the Scholarship Give-Away Drawing
Cary Brown, Poinciana, Fla., Grand Prize Winner
Charis Johnson, St. Petersburg, Fla., 2nd Prize Winner
Leola Cleveland, Tallahassee, Fla., 3rd Prize Winner