Angela Rozmyn is a tree-hugging, traveling, cooking millennial looking to reach financial independence by her mid-40s. She loves to garden, cook, hike, camp, run, read, and explore while lightening her impact on the planet in everything she does.
She’s a mama to one awesome five-year-old son and has been married since she was just twenty-one. She works as a LEED AP for a company that builds green, affordable communities in urban areas. She has no plans to quit but is still very much focused on financial independence because it will give her the option to say “I want to be here,” not “I have to be.”
Dr. Regina Moore is a community pharmacist by background, an innovator at heart, and a lifelong advocate. She focuses on promoting and advocating for the psychedelic medicine space, including a 10+ year hobby around mycology. She also focuses on cancer advocacy as the parent of a cancer patient, holistic whole family care, combating financial toxicity, and mental health support (which is a bridge to her psychedelics interest). She is also interested in digital health and how pharmacists will expand their roles in this revolutionary age.
On her website, The Frugal Pharmacist, she often touches on topics that target pharmacists and healthcare providers, though most of her content is applicable to anyone. Especially working mothers. She endeavors to enjoy her life, be a great mom, decrease her stress, maintain the health of herself and her family, try to learn to do yoga on her own at home, be better about mindfulness, make real friends as an adult (it’s hard), try to wean herself from so much technology, spend more time on her hobbies and think less about work. You know, all the regular stuff!