Sister Afua Bediako

There is no possible way for me to look back at my time in pharmacy school without thinking of LKS. I joined Lambda Kappa Sigma as a third year Pharmacy student, and it was one of the most important decisions I made in my life. Not only has the organization helped me foster a multitude of new friendships and relationships, but I’ve had the opportunity to push and challenge myself to become a more dynamic person overall. I have learned to balance my work an academic life through serving on various committees and E-board positions including community service and social chair. I learned more about networking, event planning, fundraising, record keeping. These are skills that will be useful to me for the rest of my life! Moreover, the various events sponsored by the organization helped me to stay current with the latest updates in pharmacy, and also exposed me to the many different career options a pharmacist can pursue. Most importantly, the support and motivation of my sisters helps me to push myself to my full potential, which is something that I continue to work on each day. My sisters were able to see things in me that I couldn’t even see in myself. The memories that we’ve made together are something that I will cherish forever, and words can’t even begin to express the gratitude I have for each and every one of the sisters here at Alpha Pi. At a time in my life when I thought I had no one, I had LKS. Lambda Kappa Sigma as a whole has made such a lasting impact on my soul in just a few years, and I’m extremely grateful for the impact this organization has had on my life. While graduating from pharmacy school comes with the bittersweet reality of no longer being a collegiate sister, I look forward to contributing and giving back as an alumni sister. (LKS for life!)


Afua Bediako


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