Kate G. Moore, PharmD

Executive Director of Experiential Education
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Office: 326


PharmD, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 2008
PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC 2008-2009
PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency, University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC 2009-2010


Teaches In:
– PHRM 5106-Medication Safety Management-PILS Sequence

– MTM Sequence

– IPPE and APPE Preceptor

Practice Site:

Medical Group of the Carolinas-Internal Medicine in Spartanburg, SC

Research interests include pharmacist impact on chronic disease state control including heart failure, dyslipidemia, hypertension and diabetes; reducing heart failure re-admissions; and cardiovascular risk reduction

Mary Douglass Smith, PharmD

Director, Experiential Education
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
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Office: 327


Doctor of Pharmacy, University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, Columbia SC 2008
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC 2004
Pharmacist in Charge, Rite Aid Pharmacy, West Columbia, SC 2008-2013


– Overall planning, institution and oversight of the IPPE and APPE programs.
– Quality Assurance of the pharmacy practice sites to meet ACPE Standards as well as the goals and objectives of the school’s Mission Statement
– Approval of Service Learning projects

Fun Fact:

I have a love for the beach and start getting nervous if I haven’t put my toes in the sand in the past month. I read a lot books and blogs. I talk a lot, even in my sleep, and I shout out the answers to Jeopardy! in my own living room. I start listening to Christmas music in September and hope to have a party featured on the “Hostess with the Mostess” website one day. I am excited to be back at PC, even if no one in my family can pronounce “Experiential.”

Susan Carbonneau

Assistant Director of Experiential Education
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Office:  328


B. S. in Business Administration—Concentration in Accounting, University of South Carolina, 1980

Staff Accountant for Canal Wood Corporation, Conway, SC, and Waccamaw Clay Products, Myrtle Beach, SC (7 years)

Deputy Chief, Air Traffic Control Operations, in the United States Air Force (3 years)

Business Manager for a family practice office and two internal medicine offices (12 years)

Senior Administrative Assistant for the Office of the Provost at Presbyterian College (4 years) before moving to the School of Pharmacy


Overall management of the Office of Experiential Education, logistic coordination, assessment management, and communication with preceptor faculty and students.

Fun Fact:

Love the beach! My dream is to one day retire to Mexico Beach, Florida, where I’ll read lots of books and take up all of those hobbies I wish I had time for now (sewing, running, woodworking…the list goes on and on)!

And, love those dachshunds! I currently have two delightful pets: Dixie and Chili! I am the joy of their lives and, yes, I’ll admit it, they sort of light up my life as well!

I am the grandmother of three gorgeous grandchildren! But alas! They live in Minnesota so visits are infrequent! Another thing to do upon retirement: enjoy grandchildren (or will it be great-grandchildren by then?)!!

Lynn Thompson

Coordinator for Experiential Education
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Office: 329


BA in English, Minor: Writing with an emphasis in journalism, Lander University, May 2000Bookkeeper/Receptionist for a CPA (1 year)

Office Manager for a real estate company (1 year)

Insurance Representative, licensed in property, casualty, surety, and marine and served as banking specialist for office (3 years)

Executive Assistant for union fabrication shop (7 years) before accepting a position with the Presbyterian School of Pharmacy


Work with affiliation agreements, coordinate with preceptors and sites regarding pre-rotation requirements, and a host of other duties

Fun Fact:

I enjoy being outside, especially gardening. My husband and I always have something growing year round, vegetables, flowers, and landscaping plants. We hope to retire to a large working farm some day in the mountains.  My blended family includes three adult daughters and two grandsons born within two weeks of each other. Family is very important to me, and I love spending time with each of them.Travel is at the top of my list of ‘things to do.’ Most weekends, my husband and I can be found exploring antique shops, waterfalls, old houses, and orchards just to name  a few of the fun places we have visited lately.