Dr Suzanne Soliman, the multi-talented and knowledgeable lady who is achieving every milestone, has been very inspiring and motivating. Suzanne keeps on expanding her knowledge on different subjects. From a young age, Suzanne always knew she wanted to be a pharmacist and she wanted to make a change for the profession of pharmacy and lead pharmacist. Now, she is a pharmacist by training.
Dr Soliman started a group on Facebook called Pharmacist Moms Group (PhMG). The group grew and within a month had 1000 members. Now, they have 35,000 members. PhMG is the largest organization of pharmacists in the United States. She says that Women pharmacists have been the majority of graduates for 40 years. PhMG is the first organization developed for women pharmacists. The most interesting thing that she shared about her journey is that she guided 35,000 women with doctorate degrees but she has noticed that all of the issues, struggles, and strengths these women face are similar to women everywhere in this world and many of them bond on motherhood not just our careers. She also met her husband, while she was a medical science liaison. She noticed his passion for this area, and this opened her eyes to the impact that medical affairs and medical science liaison professionals make in the world.
Suzanne has many role models at different stages of life. For her, the most important thing about a person that she likes is that if one knows how to balance, along their journey and hear their achievements and failures.
When She was asked about how she changed along with the journey, Suzanne replied, “I am older and wiser. I think differently. I thought everything was already done and didn’t realize how much still needed to be done. Women in pharmacies are still standing while pregnant for 9 months in a small pharmacy area with swollen feet and legs. Making sure women who are nursing who are working as a pharmacist have a place to pump…many of these things still aren’t done yet. I think now I know I have a lot of work to do where earlier I didn’t realize how much work was needed.”
Dr Suzanne Soliman has been featured in many media outlets like The New York Times, ABC7NY, Daily Voice, “New York Magazine”, “Crain’s Chicago Business”, “Time Out Chicago” and more. In the future, she will gain more name recognition and keep on helping people.
Follow Dr Suzanne Soliman on social media for staying updated about her new plans:
LinkedIn URL- https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzannerabi/
Facebook URL- https://www.facebook.com/drsuzannesoliman
Instagram URL- https://www.instagram.com/drsuzannesoliman/
TikTok URL- https://www.tiktok.com/@drsuzannesoliman?lang=en