We are very proud of the Brothers we accept into our chapter, along with the brothers who graduate from the chapter as they go on to do great things as alumni.  This page is dedicated to new Brothers and alumni who exemplify the traits befitting of a Brother of Kappa Psi and help better themselves, the chapter, and the profession.

Stephen Ansel - Sharpesburg, Georgia
Stephen Ansel is currently a 1st year Kappa Psi brother of our Gamma Phi Chapter. He currently holds the office of Corresponding Secretary within our chapter, Operation GenerationRx C0-Chair, and was elected as APhA-ASP member of the month. He was nominated for this recognition for his active involvement with APhA-ASP throughout the school year, including multiple GenerationRX events, Pharmtoberfest, and Midyear in Memphis. He has been described as a standout in his class for his leadership and dedication to patient education regarding prescription misuse and abuse. Upon graduation, Stephen hopes to own his own independent pharmacy in order to maximize health education and access in his community.

Distinguihsed Alumni

Zachery Childs – Newnan, Georgia
Zach Childs graduated from the College of Pharmacy in 2016 and is now an alumni of the Gamma Phi Chapter.  During his collegiate time with the Chapter, Zach was the recipient of many awards including Pledge of the Year and Brother of the Year.  In addition, he served as both Parliamentarian and Regent and headed up several committees for both Gamma Phi and the Atlantic Province.  After graduating, he moved to the Greenville, South Carolina area to serve as a floater for Walgreens.  He later became a Pharmacy Manager in Greer, South Carolina.  Zach also remains active with Kappa Psi through his graduate chapter (South Carolina Upstate Grad).
Bob Borsom – Lombard, Illinois
Bob Borsom is currently a Graduate Brother with the Gamma Phi Chapter.  Before starting pharmacy school, he worked in community pharmacy for 4 years.  Bob made his decision to join the Chapter and has been active within the Chapter and the school ever since.  Bob has served as the Corresponding Secretary and later Regent for our Chapter.  He has also served the Atlantic Province as Chaplain.  Throughout the school, Bob served as the treasurer of CPNP and also sat on the College of Pharmacy’s DSAC (Dean’s Student Advisory Council).  As Regent, he helped to pass by-laws to benefit the collection of dues within the Chapter and helped start the inaugural Lip Sync Battle Competition that helps benefit the local Mercy Clinic here in Athens.  After graduation, Bob used the skills and experience he gained from Kappa Psi to pursue an upper management position within a community pharmacy. He currently works for Costco Pharmcy in Brookhaven, GA.