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Jodie Evans


I have worked in the pharmacy field for 22 years. I first started out in retail at Walgreens where I worked on and off for almost 15 years. From there I branched out to other areas of pharmacy such as long-term care, infusion, chemotherapy and am currently working inpatient pharmacy. I have been at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee now for almost 3 years and am currently in a leadership role as a Pharmacy Technician Operations Coordinator. I have been employed at Gateway Technical College in Burlington as an adjunct instructor in the pharmacy technician program now for almost 7 years. I primarily teach pharmacy law and sterile compounding and have always been very passionate about the work I do there.

I am a single mom of a soon to be 17-year-old son which is an adventure in itself. In my free time, I like to read, watch movies, travel and spend time with my friends and family. I am also a pet mom of 2 cats named Mooshie and Bob.

I currently serve on the Technician Section Board as Secretary but would like to serve further as the President. I believe that my vast and diverse experience as a both a technician, educator and leader would be an invaluable asset to the Board as their President. If elected I would like to continue forward with the work the Board has already done with making strides towards requiring technicians in the state of Wisconsin to be recognized.

Sarah Raether


I am honored to have been nominated for the position of President-Elect for the PSW Technician Board.

I have over 20 years of experience as a CPhT, working in retail, hospital and IT practice settings. In 2008, I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from UW-Eau Claire. I currently work in an advanced pharmacy role as the Drug Diversion Specialist for ThedaCare. I also serve on the PSW Technician Board as the Region D Director and am proud to be part of the work being done to increase technician engagement, professional satisfaction, and recognition of the profession.

With the increasing focus on healthcare as a value-based service, it is critical that the PSW Technician Board effectively represent all Wisconsin pharmacy technicians and demonstrate their essential value in healthcare today. As President, I will remain a strong and vocal advocate for the advancement of the profession by supporting recognition. By increasing engagement and awareness, I hope to inspire my fellow technicians to recognize their value and to seek advanced opportunities.  

I live in New London with my husband and 2 ½ year old son. We run a hobby farm and sell our products at the Waupaca Farmer’s Market.  

Bylaw Changes

As part of this yaer's Technician Section Election process, you will vote for the presidential candidate as well as changes to the Technician Section bylaws. Please review the current bylaws and the proposed NEW bylaws before casting your vote. 

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