The Mary Louise Andersen Scholarship is presented annually to one (1) recipient with a scholarship of $1,000. Mary Louise Tigue Andersen was born in Wilmington, Delaware, July 28, 1930, and received her B.Sc. in Pharmacy in 1952 from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. She joined her father in community pharmacy practice in Wilmington, Delaware, 1952-1970 Her career entailed numerous leadership roles in health organizations which began with her joining government service as the Public Health Advisor for the U.S. Public Health Service. Among her noted accomplishments was developing with David Krigstein the first legislation to create a community pharmacy formulary in 1964. She had many leadership roles including serving as President of Delaware Pharmaceutical Society in 1965 and serving as Vice President of APhA 1967-1968, Speaker for the APhA House of Delegates 1969-1971 as the first woman elected to that office, a member of the Pharmacists Insurance Trust board of trustees, and APhA Honorary President 1997-1998.