Select one of the names below to learn more about the Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy residency (PGY1) program preceptors:

Sarah C. Ray, PharmD, BCPS, FAPhA

Chair, Pharmacy Practice
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Director
Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy

Role at CUW

Sarah Ray, PharmD, BCPS, FAPhA is Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy (CUW—SOP). Dr. Ray’s roles include:

  • Coordinating a semester-long course in the Applied Patient Care lab series
  • Teaching in the Pharmacotherapy series (Osteoporosis), Pharmacogenomics elective, and Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice elective
  • Co-precepting an ambulatory care Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) rotation at the clinic
  • Precepting an elective academic APPE at CUW—SOP
  • Serving as PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency program director
Practice Site

Dr. Ray’s practice site is at Milwaukee Health Services Incorporated’s MLK Heritage Health Center, a federally qualified health center for the urban underserved. She’s responsible for providing patient-centered medication therapy management services at the clinic and is involved with efforts to improve the care of patients with diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, asthma, and COPD.

Previous Experience

Prior to joining CUW—SOP in 2012, Dr. Ray was ambulatory clinical coordinator in the Department of Pharmacy at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, where she directed an ASHP-accredited Postgraduate Year 1 (PGY1) Community Pharmacy Residency, and coordinated pharmacist-delivered patient care services in several outpatient pharmacies and clinics at Aurora Health Care.

Alma Mater

Dr. Ray is a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate of Creighton University and completed a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at Aurora Health Care.

In Dr. Ray’s Words…
“I look forward to helping our residents develop their patient care skills in their clinic and pharmacy practices, and then mentoring them as they strive to develop ambulatory practices in other underserved areas.

In addition, I look forward to working with our residents at CUW—SOP in the applied patient care lab series, where they will hone their teaching skills and help our students become proficient in communicating and clinical decision making, giving them the tools to succeed in our dynamic profession.”

Jordan Wulz, PharmD, MPH, BC-ADM

Jordan Wulz, PharmD, MPH, BC-ADM

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Concordia University Wisconsin, School of Pharmacy

Role at CUW

Jordan Wulz, PharmD, MPH, BC-ADM is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Concordia University Wisconsin, School of Pharmacy (CUWSOP). Dr. Wulz’ roles include:

  • Coordinating a semester-long course in the Applied Patient Care lab series
  • Teaching in the Pharmacotherapy series (Pain Management, Inflammatory Disorders, Hyperlipidemia)
  • Precepting a Pain Management/Public Health Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) rotation within a Pain Management Specialty Clinic
  • Precepting an Academic APPE at CUWSOP
  • Precepting the longitudinal Academic Learning Experience for the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at CUWSOP

Practice Site

Dr. Wulz’ practice site is at Ascension Wisconsin Center for Pain Management. He’s responsible for providing patient-centered medication therapy management services at the outpatient pain management clinic and is involved with efforts to improve the care of patients who suffer from a variety of painful conditions including fibromyalgia, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, and autoimmune diseases.

Previous Experience

Prior to joining CUWSOP in 2017, Dr. Wulz completed 2 years of post-graduate residency, specializing in ambulatory care and public health with Samford University and the Jefferson County Department of Health in Birmingham, Alabama.

Alma Mater

Dr. Wulz is a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University and a Master of Public Health graduate of Samford University.

Francesca Napolitano, PharmD, M.Ed.

Francesca Napolitano, PharmD, M.Ed.

Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice

Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy

Clinical Pharmacist

Progressive Community Health Centers

Role at CUW

Francesca Napolitano, PharmD, MEd is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy (CUW—SOP). Dr. Napolitano's role includes:

Coordinating a semester-long course Applied Patient Care (APC) II -Teaching in APC I -Co-precepting an ambulatory care Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) rotation at the clinic -Precepting an elective longitudinal Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) rotation at the clinic -Serving as a clinical preceptor during the first year of the 24-Month PGY1 Pharmacy Practice and Academic Leadership Residency

Practice Site

 Dr. Napolitano's practice site is Progressive Community Health Centers (PCHC), a federally qualified health center for the urban underserved. She’s responsible for providing patient-centered medication therapy management services at the clinic and is involved with efforts to improve the care of patients with diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, smoking cessation, and medication adherence measures in Medicare patients. She also assists in running a smoking cessation group.

Previous Experience

 Dr. Napolitano completed the 24-Month PGY1 Pharmacy Practice and Academic Leadership residency at Concordia in 2019. She was hired as the first clinical pharmacist at PCHC, after demonstrating the value of a pharmacist's role in her second year of the residency. Dr. Napolitano has continued her service at PCHC while being hired as an Adjunct Professor at CUW-SOP in January 2020, and then as a Full Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice in August 2020.