Meet Our Pha℞mily
Shawona Walker Kirk
Dr. Shawona Monee Walker Kirk grew up in Worth County, GA. She obtained a College Preparatory and Vocational seal diploma in 1995, graduating as Salutatorian from Worth County High School in Sylvester, GA. While pursuing her post-secondary education at Wesleyan College, she majored in Chemistry with minors in Spanish and Biology. Dr. Kirk completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1999, becoming the first Black to receive a Chemistry degree from Wesleyan College in Macon, GA. Dr. Kirk pursued her graduate studies at Howard University in Washington D.C., where she obtained a Doctorate in Pharmacy in 2003. She completed a postgraduate residency in Pharmacy Practice (PGY1) at St. Joseph’s Candler Health System in 2004 in Savannah, GA, and a Spanish for Healthcare Professionals Certificate in 2015 at Darton College/Albany State University in Albany, GA. Dr. Kirk has practiced pharmacy for 18 years. In continuation with her career and long dedication to community service and enrichment, Dr. Kirk has mentored multiple students, volunteered for numerous speaking engagements and been instrumental in supporting programs that empower youth.
Rebecca Shead Mays
Dr. Rebecca Shead Mays graduated at the top of her class as Valedictorian from Lee County High School in 1994. She immediately enrolled in and completed Pre-Pharmacy coursework at Mercer University in Macon, GA. After being accepted into the early admissions Pharmacy program, Dr. Mays went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude, receiving her Doctorate of Pharmacy from Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy on April 29, 2000. She has practiced in both retail and clinical settings for the past 21 years. Dr. Mays has precepted and mentored students, built lasting and meaningful patient/customer relationships, and written numerous recommendations throughout her career. She spearheaded a group to enter the first pharmacy-based float into the annual Christmas Parade in 2016. Dr. Mays advocates heavily for community-based practicing.
Meet Our Pha℞mily
Treneshia Marshall is a Certified Pharmacy Technician. She is a native of Cuthbert, Ga. Treneshia graduated from Randolph Clay High School. She then went on to graduate from Albany Technical College with certifications from both the Pharmacy Technology program and the Criminal Justice program. Treneshia also has a certification as an Emergency Medical Technician. She has more than 13 years of Pharmacy Technician experience.
Naya Lowe is a Registered Pharmacy Technician. She is a native of Leesburg, Ga. She graduated from Lee County High School, then went on to pursue a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice at South University. After venturing into healthcare, she realized that community pharmacy is her passion instead. In her spare time, Naya enjoys being with family, bowling, and playing with her dog. This is her second year practicing as a registered pharmacy technician.