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Internal Committees

Outreach Committee

Chair: Matt Hamrick, College of Pharmacy

Our Outreach Committee keeps professional students educated regarding what the Inter-Professional Council does as an organization. The committee also seeks out feedback as to how IPC can better serve students via comprehensive surveys of IPC’s constituents. Some of our Outreach initiatives include involvement in each professional school’s orientation program, coffee hours, and breakfasts during final exam weeks. The Outreach Committee is also in charge of the selection, design, and ordering of all promotional items and materials.


 Service Committee

 ChairTaLeitha Varner, College of Pharmacy

 IPC’s Service Committee organizes and plans activities that benefit the community and/or university. Some of our past events include participation in Buckeyethon, and annual soccer and volleyball tournaments benefitting various community organizations, like the Mid-Ohio Food Bank.


Social Committee

Chair: Olivia Grieszmer, Moritz College of Law 

Our Social Committee is responsible for putting on events that promote interaction between our constituents. IPC plans several happy hours and mixers each quarter to facilitate a relaxed environment for professional students to mingle and have fun. The Social Committee will also be planning our annual Bowling Event, as well as several Tailgate events on campus before home football games.


Health Professionals Summit Committee

Chair: Jordan Vajda, College of Medicine

Our Health Professionals Summit Committee is responsible for organizing our annual Health Professionals Summit. They determine the topic of the event, the program details, and the logistical planning. In recent years topics have included Mental Health and Health Disparities.



Government Affairs Committee

Chair: IPC President, Sara Adelman

The Government Affairs Commitee is an ad-hoc committee approved by the senate in February of 2018 to address the issues in policy and government directly affecting professional students.  The charge of this committee is to work closely with the university's Government Affairs Office to become educated on, and properly advocate for professional students both locally and nationally. Please see RES 1718 SP 001 Gov Affairs for details on the formation of this committee.