Meet The Founders

Jazmin Culpepper, PharmD
Jazmin Culpepper hails from the South Suburbs of Chicago. After graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from DePaul University, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Cytotechnology from the University Of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Her studies culminated in the conferral of Doctor of Pharmacy from Harding University. When she isn’t serving as an attentive inpatient pharmacist, she lends herself to community events and actively mentors the next generation of young healthcare professionals. In her spare time, she enjoys powerlifting, horseback riding, and international travel.
Schrell Crockett, PharmD
Schrell Crockett is from Helena-West Helena, AR. After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree from Philander Smith College and her PharmD from Harding University, she quickly entered the workforce to pursue her passion as a motivated pharmacist determined to make a difference in her community and surrounding areas. Schrell currently works in retail pharmacy, sharing her energy and optimistic attitude with others daily in an effort to help them succeed. With her niece and nephew being her driving inspiration, most of her free time is spent with them, and working to build a family business that they will inherit.
Imi Mvere, PharmD

Imi Mvere is an immigrant who was born in Zimbabwe. She obtained a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from Rhodes University in South Africa and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Harding University. She completed a PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency Program at ARcare, and has been involved in several local pharmacy organization committees since she began pharmacy school. She is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) and currently works as a clinical pharmacist. Passionate about community health, when she isn’t spending time with her loving family, she volunteers with local charitable clinics.





Who Are We?

Leadership. Service. Integrity. These are the guiding principles of the JSI Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization founded by a group of young, phenomenal African-American pharmacists. In 2019, only 4.9% of all pharmacists identified as Black, and Black women account for even less. Our goal is to help alleviate some of the financial obstacles to obtaining a Doctor of Pharmacy degree by rewarding academic excellence and volunteer service with our JSI Foundation Remembrance Scholarship.

I tell my students, "When you get these jobs that you have been so brilliantly trained for, just remember that your real job is that if you are free, you need to free somebody else."
Toni Morrison

Ready To Apply?

To apply for The JSI Foundation Remembrance Scholarship, please fill out the form and tell us about yourself.