Advocate, Seema Kazmi, wins award!

Congratulations to Dr. Seema Kazmi, PharmD, of Morrisville, PA on receiving the YWCA Bucks County Salute to Women's Award for Advocacy and Civic Engagement for her advocacy work with American Heart Association. Seema has been a tireless advocate, supporting our advocacy policies and speaking up in her community.

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Dr. Kazmi has been a tireless advocate to support public health issues in Harrisburg and in DC for our Federal Lobby Day. She was part of the movement to make Pennsylvania the 39th state to require CPR training before graduation. Recently, the Bucks County Commissioners appointed Dr. Kazmi to the Bucks County Human Relations Council, a nine-member board, dedicated to promoting the value of diversity within the county and to serving as a resource and referral services for citizens who believe they have been a victim of hate crimes or discrimination in housing, employment, equal access or fair treatment.

In addition to direct conversations with legislators, she has also written letters to the editor in both the Bucks County Courier Times and Morning Call. Through the efforts of advocates like Dr. Kazmi, we are able to make changes at all levels of government and policy which support people Dr. Kazmi sees as a Pharmacist.

Congratulations Dr. Kazmi and thank you for your passionate support of our mission!

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