Michelle Cordeiro
Administrative Assistant Experiential Programs

Michelle has spent 15 years in the field of community pharmacy witnessing many changes in the field throughout her career.  She began her career as a Pharmacy Technician after completing her schooling through PIMA Medical Institute. She has worked in and around the Las Vegas Valley learning from the most respected pharmacy professionals in this region. She has continued her journey exploring multiple avenues of the retail pharmacy business, however, most recently before coming to the Roseman family, she was a District Performance Coordinator. She has a vast knowledge of what it takes for students to have a successful rotation while out on their IPPE and APPE rotations. She is passionate around the development and growth of each student that passes through Roseman University.


Sara Simpson
Administrative Assistant Experiential Programs

Sara has spent 16 years working for the State of CA. She began her state career at the Dept. of Motor Vehicles as Office Technician and after 13 years promoted to a Personnel Specialist at the Dept. of Health Care Services. After 3 years, she relocated to Las Vegas in July of 2021. She worked for the State of NV before beginning her position with Roseman University. Sara has years of experience assisting others in day-to-day functions. She has a passion for helping others. When she’s not busy at Roseman, she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend going to movies, concerts, restaurants, painting and traveling.



Henderson Campus


Ken Kunke, PharmD
Director for Experiential Education (IPPE) — Henderson Campus
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Dr. Kenneth Kunke obtained his Doctorate of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Iowa in 2003. He immediately became a community pharmacy manager and spent 14 years with the same company. While he was taking care of his patients he also was a preceptor to at least 10 pharmacy students each year for multiple colleges of pharmacy. He joined Roseman University in 2019 and he currently is a per-diem pharmacist at a compounding pharmacy. In addition to running the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience program for the P1 and P2 students on the Henderson Campus, he also enjoys teaching in the classroom. When he isn’t busy at Roseman he enjoys being outdoors with his wife (who is also a pharmacist) and their two daughters.



Michelle Hon, PharmD
Director for Experiential Education (APPE) — Henderson Campus
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Dr. Michelle Hon obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Biology (2009) and Master of Arts in Teaching (2011) from the University of Southern California. After serving as a Teach for America Corps Member, teaching Biology and Chemistry at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas, she decided to pursue a career in pharmacy. She obtained her Pharmacy Doctorate from Roseman University of Health Sciences and completed a PGY-1 Community Residency with Smith’s Food and Drug. She joined the Roseman faculty in 2019 to combine her passions of teaching and pharmacy. In addition to overseeing the Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiential Program for P3 students on the Henderson campus, she oversees an on-campus Medicare Call Center that has helped Nevadans save over one million dollars in Medicare plans savings. She currently teaches P1 and P2 students in Self-Care, Top 200, and Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process curricular blocks. In her off-time, Michelle enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter exploring new hidden food gems locally and abroad.


South Jordan Campus


Erin Johanson, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D.
Director of Experiential Education (APPE)
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice – South Jordan Campus

Dr. Erin Johanson has over a decade of experience working in academia and enjoys bridging the didactic curriculum with “real world” experiences in health professions preparation. From developing new and existing practice sites to helping students prepare for success in the classroom and their future careers, she is committed to caring about learners and the positive impact they can have on patient care. Her primary interests include leadership in higher education, experiential education best practices, continuing professional development, teaching and motivating adult learners, cultural competence, ethics, continuous quality improvement, preceptor and site development, and public health. In addition to teaching the P2 Pharmacy Administration course, Dr. Johanson regularly presents research at state and national levels and is an active member of many professional organizations.



Phillip Lawrence, PharmD
Director of Experiential Education (IPPE) — South Jordan Campus
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Phillip Lawrence, PharmD, BCGP, is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Director of Experiential Education (IPPE).  Dr. Lawrence completed pharmacy school at Midwestern University College of Pharmacy in Glendale, Arizona.  Phillip has experience in clinical, community, inpatient, long term care, remote care, and transitional care pharmacy.  Phillip served as a Pharmacy Specialist for the U.S. Army and completed deployments as a member of Task Force Med Falcon (Kosovo), and Task Force OASIS (Iraq).  In addition to serving as the South Jordan IPPE Director, Dr. Lawrence coordinates and teaches in the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process, Top 200, Self Care, and Leadership & Pharmacy courses. Phillip’s professional interests include quality improvement, systems redesign, political advocacy, and clinical informatics.