Seema attended the Pennsbury School District and earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
She has done advocacy on Capitol Hill for affordable insulin, funding for research for rare diseases, and people with disabilities.
A pharmacist working on the front-lines of COVID-19, she is stepping up to change the trajectory of Falls Township.
“We need to hit the reset button in Falls Township,” she states.
Concerns that have been shared with her from residents include opioid overdoses, lack of a robust local economy, and environmental concerns.
As a pharmacist, a caregiver, and small business supporter, Seema feels that the community needs leadership that will move us towards a vibrant future.
Moreover, she welcomes grassroots participation in our local government.
Seema would bring her experience working for independent pharmacies to the Board.
She believes that a thriving local business community would provide for job creation, less income inequality, and social connectivity.
Seema is also passionate about addressing the opioid epidemic that our community is struggling with. Her expertise as a pharmacist would assist in this endeavor, and she wants to do more outreach in the community to connect residents to supportive resources and treatment.
Previously, she worked for the Medicaid Pharmacy Program in Baltimore and has seen that access to treatment is paramount for those struggling with addiction.
Seema also stood up against Elcon at the April 2019 Board meeting in Pennsbury High School, and will continue to support a clean healthy environment.
On Wednesday, May 12th at 7:00pm, Seema is hosting her third virtual town hall with Falls Township residents to hear their concerns.
Residents may email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Vote on May 18th and bring Seema Kazmi on Board.
PHOTO CAP: Dr. Seema Kazmi