Meet Our Team
President & Chief Executive Officer
Anthony has more than 17 years of experience developing and running successful ophthalmology medical device and pharmaceutical business units with some of the world's largest eye care companies (i.e. Alcon, Abbott and J&J) and several successful startups (i.e. Optimedica & LENSAR). Educated at University of Connecticut.
Amy Frost, B.S., PharmD, RPh
Chief Pharmacy Officer
By the time Amy started college, she had already developed a laser-focused blueprint regarding what she wanted to do once she grew up.
While studying for her Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and Chemistry at Montana State University-Bozeman, she completed summer internships with NIH-Rocky Mountain Laboratories in nearby Hamilton, where she studied cellular cytokine production of target cells post C. trachomatis transmission with ELISA, agarose PCR and RT-PCR methods. Additionally, during her college years, she pursued further research with the MSU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Optical Technology Center. And Amy was a collaborating author of various publications exploring Photonics Applications and Bipoloran Formations of dendrimers and potential applications for both security and healthcare systems.
The next step in Amy’s education plan took her to pharmacy school at the University of Montana- Missoula, where she specialized in natural medicine and geriatrics, and did an internship in Costa Rica studying medicinal properties of native plants and providing healthcare education.
After graduating with a PharmD degree in 2005, she accepted a full-time position at a retail pharmacy and a part-time consulting position for nursing home facilities. Two years later, she purchased a retail pharmacy, where she developed unique programs focusing on education in diabetes, vaccination clinics and natural medicine for the local community.
In 2013 she started a compounding pharmacy in Missoula, Mont., where she specialized in providing diversified therapy options to patients and collaboration with physicians for alternatives. The establishment of operations required the design and commissioning of both nonsterile and sterile compounding facilities, multi-state licensure both professional and facility, accreditations from certifying entities, quality control programs and management.
This all served as a perfect training ground for her compounding work at OSRX (originally Pinnacle Compounding), which she joined in 2016.
Amy has attended a multitude of compounding certificate programs and is actively involved with compounding associations as a member and volunteer.
Chief Financial Officer
Charlie has seven years of experience in finance, including advising emerging growth health care companies on capital raises, mergers, and acquisitions and other financial matters. With proven success operating private equity-backed lower middle market healthcare companies, Charlie was previously employed at Drake Partners, General Electric, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Educated at Fairfield University.
Chief Commercial Officer
Eric has more than a decade of marketing and communications experience designing and implementing strategic communications campaigns in the public and private sectors. Previous work experience includes developing marketing and public relations strategies for Ford, TrueCar, Yokohama Tires and the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. He also served as the lead communications strategist for a $500 million healthcare development project while employed at one of the nation's largest preventive health agencies. Educated at Portland State University.
Brian Holdorf, PharmD
Director of Pharmacy
Brian, the Director of Pharmacy for OSRX, is responsible for chemistry, microbiology, analytics and regulatory compliance. He received a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 2003 and Doctor of Pharmacy in 2004 from the University of Montana in Missoula. Brian has a diverse practice background having worked as an inpatient clinical pharmacist at a 250-bed hospital, home infusion, and sterile compounding prior to joining OSRX. He then joined OSRX (formerly Pinnacle Compounding) in 2016. Brian regularly attends national conferences focused on quality improvement and the evolving pharmacy landscape. He is also member of the Controlled Environmental Testing Association (CETA) and serves as a preceptor for fourth-year pharmacy students in collaboration with the University of Montana.
Kyla Tripp, PharmD
Pharmacist & Quality Control Team Member
Kyla Tripp, PharmD, has seven years of management experience and has practiced pharmacy in a variety of settings, including hospital, retail and non-sterile compounding. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Montana and has completed training in Six Sigma quality assurance methodologies.
Kyla’s passion for compounding led her to a career at OSRX, where she currently serves as a member of the quality assurance team, provides formulation compounding expertise and is the lead verification pharmacist.
The QA team is an integral component of the robust OSRX quality control program, maintaining compliance with current guidelines to ensure patient safety and dispensing high quality, effective preparation. Kyla supervises the creation and proper implementation of company policies and procedures, applying her Six-Sigma yellow belt skills to evaluate and improve current pharmacy processes, assuring they meet or exceed the highest standards in the industry. After a busy day at work, Kyla and her husband enjoy breaking the silence of their peaceful neighborhood by taking their 2 children and 3 French Bulldog babies for long walks.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Montana in 1990, Brian worked as a pharmacist at two Montana hospitals, which led to becoming assistant pharmacy manager at Walmart in Missoula in 1999.
During his 20-plus years at the world’s largest retailer by revenue, he partnered with health care professionals to assist patients with retail and hospital needs. He became the No. 1 immunization specialty pharmacist in the Walmart western region and was named Walmart’s Pharmacist of the Year (Montana market) in 2016.
It took the allure of joining an up-and-coming ophthalmic compounder to ultimately pull Brian away from Walmart when he joined the OSRX team in 2019.
Born and raised in Montana and armed with a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Montana in 2001, Jasmine moved to Arizona to work in various retail pharmacy settings as a manager and staff pharmacist. She most enjoyed educating patients about their medications and providing clinical services, including immunizations and point of care testing. She ultimately moved back to Montana, where her family resides, and her interest in compounding led to a career at OSRX pharmacy and the mission to make ophthalmic regimens easier to manage for patients.
In her spare time, Jasmine enjoys the outdoors of Montana, running, hiking, skiing and spending time at the lake.
Vice President of Sales
Greg has more than 20 years of strategic sales experience and has held various leadership positions within ophthalmology, including Director of US Sales at Abbott Vision (acquired by Johnson & Johnson), Vice President of Sales at OptiMedica (acquired by Abbott Vision), Vice President of Sales at IntraLase (acquired by American Medical Optics), Vice President of Sales and Marketing at WaveLight (acquired by Alcon), and Director of North American Sales at Coherent Medical Group (acquired by Lumenis). Educated at University of Maryland.
Central Senior Director
Traci has quickly risen through the OSRX ranks and today oversees corporate sales in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. She is able to blend an in-depth background in oncology pharmaceuticals (Traci is a cancer survivor) and nearly 15 years of sales and marketing experience in numerous industries.
Born in Wisconsin, raised in New Mexico and is currently living in Texas, Traci received her Master’s in Educational Technology from New Mexico State. After college, she worked as a math teacher for Lewisville (Texas) ISD, where she was not the typical educator. She developed a differentiated math program that improved student scores by 29 percent; piloted a classroom stability ball program that achieved 18 percent gains for ADHD students; and helped students raise funds to combat world hunger and surpass their original sales goal by 200 percent. She then transitioned into sales, where she has performed the full lifecycle of new business development – from cold calls and prospecting to closer – often managing numerous accounts and leading top-performing sales teams to record levels.
Traci resides in North Texas and enjoys spending time with her family, mentoring newly diagnosed cancer patients as they navigate their cancer diagnosis, as well as running, biking and swimming. Her athletic resume includes marathons, adventure racing and 70.3-mile Ironman events.
Southeast Sales Director
Taylor was part of the ownership group with Pinnacle Compounding and was OSRX’s first dedicated sales rep. He has 15 years of experience in medical sales as a rep and regional manager. For the last 7 years Taylor has been an independent distributor in ophthalmology, pain management, and orthopedics. Prior to going off on his own, Taylor was a regional sales director for St. Jude Medical (later acquired by Abbott). Taylor is the Director of Sales for the Southeastern Region in Charlotte, NC.
Northeast Sales Director
Tom joined OSRX in January 2021 following more than 22 years of medical device experience at Abbott Medical Optics & Johnson & Johnson. During that period, he held various leadership roles as a sales representative, sales development manager and regional sales manager.
Tom’s most recent role was Capital Sales Specialist for Johnson & Johnson Vision, where he was responsible for the Phacoemulsification Platform, Catayls Precision Laser, STAR S4 IR Excimer Laser, iFS Advanced Femtosecond Laser (Intralase Technology) and IDesign Refractive Studio systems. Throughout his career, Tom has played a major role in several product launches, has consistently exceeded annual revenue projects, has hired multiple sales representatives and has received many awards for excellence, including Sales Representative of the Year and two-time Division Manager of the Year at Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary.
Educated at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Tom lives in Chalfont, PA with his three children and a Havanese named Biscuit, where he enjoys Eagles football, Flyers hockey, Phillies baseball, skiing and golf.
Southern Sales Director
Since 1998, Trevor has built a successful strategic sales career, beginning in specialty pharma before advancing to capital equipment in both dermatology and plastic surgery specialties. In 2007 he entered the surgical ophthalmology space, where he joined Greg Anderson (currently OSRX vice president of sales) to handle ophthalmology capital equipment sales at OptiMedica in the retina subspecialty (a division later acquired by Topcon Medical).
Trevor then rejoined Greg in 2012 when a newly formed surgical division of OptiMedica arose to challenge Alcon. This is also when Trevor met future OSRX CEO Anthony Sampietro. The sales trio were part of the launch team for a new, innovative technology with femtosecond lasers that changed the way cataract removal was conducted in the operating room. That cataract division was ultimately acquired by Abbott Medical Optics in 2014…and then again by what is now Johnson & Johnson Surgical Vision in 2016.
Trevor has received a variety of awards through the years, including Sales Rookie of the Year (Candela Laser in 2005); Sales Manager of the Year (Topcon Medical in 2010) and President’s Club winner (Abbott Medical Optics in 2015). Trevor, a proud alumnus of Clemson University, directs the OSRX Southern Region business from the company office in Charleston, SC.
Western Sales Director
Matt grew up in the Minneapolis area and then attended St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn., where he was a kicker for college football’s all-time winningest coach, John Gagliardi. Matt studied Philosophy and Peace Studies at St. John’s while working as a student ambassador and career assistant.
Helping others has always been the biggest motivator for Matt. He has spent half his life as a coach, ranging from full-time club and college coaching to founding a company that taught soccer, yoga and meditation classes at pre-schools. Additionally, he taught conflict negotiation/mediation techniques to at risk-youth in Minnesota, performed volunteer work in South America, and he moved to Southern California to care for his aging grandparents. While assisting his grandparents, he was a first-hand witness to the importance of compliance when taking care of their post-cataract surgery and dealing with the myriad of non-OSRX medications.
In his free time, Matt, now living in Los Angeles, loves playing beach volleyball, hiking, volunteering, practicing yoga/meditation and training his new mini-bernedoodle, Forrest.
Lauren Shulund, CPhT
Customer Service Manager
Lauren Shuland, CPhT, has been a certified pharmacy technician since 2003, with expertise in retail, long-term care management, compounding, contract management and directing customer services. Her great respect for the pharmacy profession and passion for helping patients navigate their ever-changing pharmacy needs allows Lauren to assist prescribers and patients one-on-one and to provide exceptional quality and service.
In her free time, Lauren enjoys the beautiful Montana outdoors with her husband and two very active daughters.
With a Bachelor’s in Accounting from Mount St. Mary’s University, combined with working in the accounting department at Travelers Insurance, Amy became the first employee hired to the team. That was back in 2015. She spent more than three years as a Key Account Executive before being promoted to Product Manager, where she is involved with nearly all phases of the company, from customer service and inside sales to digital marketing and social media.
Director of Operations & Human Resources
With more than a decade of experience in risk management, talent development, strategic operations and securities law, Daniel formally joined OSRX in early 2021. (He served as a valuable OSRX consultant since 2016.) As director of operations and human resources, Daniel is an integral component to the key drivers of OSRX success: appropriate risk management, effective human capital deployment, a strategic mix of high-quality ophthalmic solutions and continuously enhancing shareholder value. Extensive experience in the complexities of corporate protection also allows Daniel to serve as in-house counsel on OSRX asset protection.
Daniel, educated at University of California Irvine, enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and three children.
Talicia Osburn, CPhT
Talicia Osborn, CPhT, a 2011 graduate from the University of Montana with a B.A. in Communications and Psychology, held a variety of managerial positions before joining OSRX in 2013. At OSRX she became a certified pharmacy technician in 2014 and currently holds administrative and operations management positions, where she ensures daily operations are organized to meet or exceed our patient expectations as well as regulatory requirements.
In her free time, Talicia enjoys mountain biking, rafting, and exploring Missoula with her dog Leon.
Supply Chain & Logistics Coordinator
A Montana native, Paydn grew up in the scenic Bitterroot Valley before playing collegiate soccer at Walla Walla Community College. He has excelled in various positions of customer service and sales while growing his portfolio of experience in operations and management. Paydn has spent eight years in customer service and five years in management roles and has a passion for task execution and strategic growth. He is currently pursuing a degree in Management Information Systems to complement his skill set.
In his free time Paydn continues to play competitive soccer, enjoys disc golf, outdoor adventuring on mountain bikes and hiking with friends and his dog, Brach.