From pharmacy employee to pharmacy owner, the future can be yours. Women in Pharmacy is the way. With the right business coach at your side, you can do more than dream. You can own.
No matter how long you’ve been an employee—or long you’ve dreamed of someday owning your own pharmacy. We’re here to tell you that ‘someday’ could be much closer than you think. But you have to do more than dream. You need a viable business plan, a reliable source of financing, a step-by-step implementation schedule and most of all—the advice of women owners who have been there and can show you the way. Then, it’s time to get up and go!
Originally from Nigeria, Afua Nutor worked in a larger pharmacy for years—but dreamed of being an owner herself. That dream came true when she partnered with Cardinal Health to open the aptly named Hope Pharmacy in Columbus, Ohio.
For 10 years, recent graduate Kasi Bodyfield worked at her local, independent pharmacy in Ord, Nebraska. Now, she’s partnering with that store’s owner to open her own, in Loup City, Nebraska, a vibrant community of less than 1,000 people.