Staff

Shearie Archer, Executive Director

Shearie Archer has been with Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy since 2008.  Under Shearie  leadership Ozanam has moved to a new location, developed various programs like Medication Therapy Manager.  She is a current Board of Director of   United Way of Southwest Alabama, Alabama Free and Charitable Clinics and the newly national formed CharitablePharmacy.org and President of United Way Executive Council.  In 2012, Shearie was recognized as Best Mobilian Right Now by Lagniappe.  Shearie is a member of Mobile United Leadership, Class 2006.  Mrs. Archer is a Mobile native and a graduate of the University of Montevallo. She and her husband Lewis have one daughter, Alexis.
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Annie Daniels
, RPh., Chief Pharmacist

Annie Daniels has been with Ozanam since 2001. As Chief Pharmacist, Annie has supervised the move of the pharmacy twice and has served as a preceptor for 4th year pharmacy students from the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy. Annie is a native of Decatur, Alabama and is a graduate of the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy. She and her husband Mike have two sons, Michael and Jonathan.

Viletta Beck, Lead Pharmacy Technician

Washington County Outreach
Bio and photo coming soon.

Theresa Parham, Staff Pharmacist

Bio and photo coming soon.

Clifton Shaw, Staff Pharmacist

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Judy Kramer, Patient Assistance Manager

Judy Kramer has been with Ozanam since 2008. She moved to Mobile from South Carolina and was hired to start Ozanam’s Patient Assistance Program.  In the 2014-2015 fiscal year, the Patient Assistance Program crossed the $1 million mark.  Judy has three sons, Mark, Scott and John and 4 grandchildren.
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Doug Cook, Patient Relations Manager

Doug Cook came to Ozanam in March of 2016 through the Goodwill/Easter Seals Senior Community Service Employment Program.  He moved to Patient Relations Manager in July, 2016. Doug oversees the recertification of Ozanam’s patients and the operation of the patient service area.  He is originally from Greensboro, AL. He and his wife Paula have 3 children, Colette, Alan and Landon and 8 grandchildren.
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Yvette E. Chestang, Development Coordinator

Yvette Chestang is a professional public relations and event specialist, fundraiser, professional voice talent, and servant leader based in Mobile, Alabama. In 2008 Yvette Chestang Promotions was formed, where she has assisted non-profit organizations with promotional campaigns, events, fundraisers, and community outreach programs. In 2014, Chestang relocated to Mobile from Falls Church, Virginia. For the past four years, Chestang has served on the History Museum of Mobile’s Board of Directors is currently the recording secretary for its Executive Committee. She has served as the Marketing Director for the Gulf Coast Ethnic & Heritage Jazz Festival and coordinator for its dynamic Marcus Johnson Summer Jazz Camp for the past five years. She is a proud co-founder of The Jazz Studio: A Program of Mobile Big Band Society, that provides year-round jazz and performance arts training for aspiring young musicians throughout the greater Mobile and Baldwin County areas, housed at Spring Hill College. She was recently reappointed to the position of communications director for the Public Relations Council of Alabama’s award-winning Mobile Chapter. Upon graduating from Mobile United’s 2018 Leadership Mobile program, she was invited to serve on the organization’s Program Committee to plan the 2018-2019 schedule of programs, and is an active member of their Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. Chestang is also a member of the Mobile County Democratic Executive Committee. Chestang is dedicated to serving her local community through sharing her communications, management, fundraising and strategic planning skills to help improve the quality of life for its citizens. Chestang holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
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