Jeremy Johnson has been a pharmacist in the state of Oklahoma for 22 years. He and his wife, Jill, have been married for 26 years and have 3 children of college of high-school ages. Jeremy graduated from the OU College of Pharmacy in 2000 and completed residency training at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. He worked as faculty with the OU College of Pharmacy for 14 years and has spent the last 8 years on faculty with the SWOSU College of Pharmacy. He has worked 4 years in retail community pharmacy practice, however, he is an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist and has spent the bulk of his career practicing with physicians to provide diabetes care and education to underserved patients of Oklahoma. Jeremy has created, precepted, and directed in multiple residency programs making him very familiar with various pharmacy practice settings including ambulatory, hospital, community retail, community independent, government (Indian Health Service, Veterans Affairs, and Department of Defense) as well as academia. Jeremy truly represents a broad variety of pharmacists’ interests and wants to serve Oklahomans who may frequent pharmacy services in any practice setting. He is an active member in the Oklahoma Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (OSHP) and served on their Board of Directors for 3 years as president elect, president, and past president; he was recently named the OSHP Pharmacist of the Year. Jeremy has been named Teacher of the Year from each pharmacy school in the state; OU in 2007 and SWOSU in 2019. Jeremy has strong relationships with numerous pharmacists in the state having taught at both pharmacy school programs and being active in organizations. This has helped him to keep in touch with the pulse of a variety of pharmacy practice settings across the state. Jeremy would be proud to help keep the people of Oklahoma safe and to represent all facets of pharmacy to push the profession forward as a member of the Board.