ASHP Names Cancelliere and Evangelista as the 2024 – 2025 Executive Fellows

Published: April 3, 2024
ASHP Press Release

Postgraduate Training Fellowship Focuses on Leadership and Management

ASHP has selected Victoria Cancelliere and Ed Evangelista as the 2024-2025 Executive Fellows in Association Leadership and Management. The yearlong fellowship provides the Executive Fellows with hands-on training under the guidance of ASHP executives in all facets of not-for-profit association leadership and management.

Victoria Cancelliere
Victoria Cancelliere

Cancelliere is a PGY1 pharmacy resident at the University of Wisconsin Health in Madison. She earned her bachelor’s degree in molecular and cellular biology from the University of Illinois and her PharmD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy. She leads the resident well-being program at UW Health and is participating in ASHP’s Well-Being Ambassador program.

Evangelista is a fourth-year pharmacy student completing his PharmD degree at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy in Tucson. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Eller College of Management in 2009 and has nearly 18 years of experience working in healthcare, including as a pharmacy technician.

Ed Evangelista
Ed Evangelista

“We are pleased to have Victoria and Ed join us as the 2024–2025 ASHP Executive Fellows,” said ASHP CEO Paul W. Abramowitz, PharmD, ScD (Hon), FASHP. “They were selected for this highly regarded program because of their strong involvement as volunteer leaders, passion for serving members, and efforts to advance pharmacy practice. The entire ASHP staff looks forward to mentoring Ed and Victoria and helping them achieve their goals as future leaders.”

The ASHP Executive Fellowship in Association Leadership and Management was created in 1968 (known as the ASHP Executive Residency until 2017) for those interested in a career in association management. Graduates of ASHP's training program have served in leadership roles in associations, government, for-profit corporations, academia, philanthropy, and various other sectors.

Housed at the Joseph A. Oddis Global Headquarters of ASHP in Bethesda, Maryland, the program trains pharmacists in the many facets of association management, including executive leadership, strategic planning, member engagement, and many other essential business management functions.

Evangelista and Cancelliere will begin the fellowship in July. They will be engaged in various projects and activities throughout the year that will serve as the foundation of their training.

About ASHP
ASHP is the largest association of pharmacy professionals in the United States, representing 60,000 pharmacists, student pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians in all patient-care settings, including hospitals, ambulatory clinics, and health-system community pharmacies. For over 80 years, ASHP has championed innovation in pharmacy practice, advanced education and professional development, and served as a steadfast advocate for members and patients. In addition, ASHP is the accrediting body for pharmacy residency and technician training programs and provides comprehensive resources to support pharmacy professionals through every stage of their careers. For more information, visit and ASHP’s consumer website,

Posted April 3, 2024

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