Angie Walker is the Program Director for the Pharmacy Technician Certificate program. Walker joined the University of Providence in 2019 as an Adjunct Professor for the program before becoming a full-time Professor and Program manager in 2021.
Walker’s educational accolades include a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Providence, a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Montana, and an Associate of Arts In Accounting, the University of Phoenix. Walker also received her Pharmacy Technician Certificate from Missoula College. Walker served as a Pharmacy Technician for 16 years before transitioning to a leadership role by becoming the Lead Pharmacy technician for concierge Services before leaving to join UP.
- Masters in Healthcare Administration, University of Providence
- Bachelor of Social Work, University of Montana
- Associate of Arts In Accounting, University of Phoenix
- Pharmacy Technician Certificate, Missoula College
- Pharmacy Technician Program Manager
- Lead Pharmacy Technician Concierge Services
- Pharmacy Technician III
- Professor, University of Providence, 2021 – Current
- Adjunct Professor, University of Providence, 2019 – 2021
- Pharmacy Technician Certification Board, Member
- XPHM: Pharmacy Technician Certificate
- XPHM 130: Pharmacy Practice III
- XPHM 140: Pharmacy Tech Exam Prep
- XPHM 192
- XPHM 195: Pharmacy Internship
- XPMH 293
Three Questions With Angie Walker
- What do you enjoy doing outside of academia?
- Outside academia, I enjoy spending time with my family and our three dogs. We especially enjoy Montana’s beautiful outdoors. Our favorite things are hiking, paddle boarding, tubing the river, boating, and golf.
- If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
- If I could have any superpower, it would be teleportation. It would open up the world to so many additional opportunities if we weren’t contracted to traditional forms of travel.
- What was the most memorable patient experience in your career, and how did it impact you?
- After 17 years in healthcare, there have been many memorable patients, but I think the ones that have impacted me personally are the many young cancer patients I have seen and lost over the years. This includes my older son’s father, who we lost at 39yo. It is a daily reminder to live life to the fullest, follow your dreams, and don’t let anyone hold you back and tell you that you can’t accomplish something.