The College of Pharmacy announces new additions to the PharmDawg family since May 2021.
Dawn Burden has joined the College as a new Administrative Specialist in the Office of the Dean. In her new role, she will work closely with Dr. Micheal Bartlett and Dr. Mike Fulford to provide support to the Dean’s Office. Dawn brings more than 25 years of experience providing administrative support and coordinating events on a large scale in the higher education sector. Dawn has held several executive assistant positions, most recently as the human resources training and communications coordinator at Gwinnett Technical College. She also has worked at Georgia Gwinnett College and at UGA in the Facilities Management Division. Dawn’s office is located in Room 101E in the R.C. Wilson building. She can be reached by email or by phone at 706-542-9256.
Emily Clary is the new Coordinator of Annual Giving & Stewardship in the Office of Development & Alumni Relations. Emily received her Bachelor of Arts in Advertising and Master of Arts in Mass Communications, both from the UGA Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication. Hailing from Warner Robins, she also holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences. Previously, she worked in the UGA Division of Development & Alumni Relations, where she was a Client Services Communications Specialist. Emily’s office is located in Room 215 in the R.C. Wilson building. She can be reached by email or by phone at 706-542-5218.
Jamie Hailey is the new Administrative Specialist II in the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Science Department. Originally from Dalton, GA, Jamie has a background in event planning at UGA. In her new position, she is responsible for seminars, promotion and tenure, delivering packages, payment requests, and travel. Jamie’s office is located in Pharmacy South, Room 436. She can be reached by email or by phone at 706-542-7385.
Dr. Jordan Khail has joined the College as a Clinical Instructor for Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy. Dr. Khail received his B.S. in Biology from UGA in 2007 and his PharmD. from Mercer in 2012. Originally from Marietta, GA, he fell in love with the pharmacy profession after working as a pharmacy technician for a neighbor and family friend. When asked what attracted him to this teaching opportunity, Dr. Khail remarked, “UGA’s College of Pharmacy has a strong national reputation for academic excellence and resources that are hard to beat. I also completed my undergraduate degree here, so I was already fond of the University, the town, and the culture at UGA. After speaking with various members of the faculty, the passion and pride they felt for the school and the community were obvious and further confirmed that UGA was the perfect fit for me.” Dr. Khail’s office is located in R.C. Wilson Room 265A. He can be reached by email or by phone at 706-542-5371.
Joy Wilson, former PBS Administrative Manager who retired in November 2020, has returned to the College as a part-time Administrative Support Professional in the Office of International and Biomedical Regulatory Sciences. In her new role, she is responsible for student Information database reports and other queries, eLC-related activities, and day-to-day administrative activities. Following her graduation from Athens Technical College in 1990, Joy joined the College’s Department of Pharmacology as a word processing secretary and later supported the Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program. She moved up the ranks, managing PBS’s graduate program, and in 2008, she was promoted to Departmental Manager, the position she held upon her retirement. A story published at her retirement can be read here. “I’ve loved that my entire career has been with the College, and I look forward to this new chapter with International Regulatory Sciences,” said Joy. She can be reached by email.