Dr. Jonkman, received her PharmD in 2006 from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. She subsequently completed a two-year pharmacy residency
program at UPMC St. Margaret focusing in pharmacy practice, family medicine, and faculty development. She received her MPH from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012.
As a faculty member, Dr. Jonkman has practiced in a variety of underserved settings in Pittsburgh, currently at the Birmingham Free Clinic. Outside of the United States, she provides clinical support and teaching at the University
of Namibia. She served as a Fulbright Scholar to the University of Namibia School of Pharmacy in 2018. She also supports clinical practice development and research with Shoulder to Shoulder Pittsburgh-San Jose (Honduras), and University of the Philippines/Philippine
General Hospital (working with Dr. Edsel Salvana).
Her research and teaching interests revolve around addressing barriers to access for vulnerable populations both locally and globally. Specifically her goal is to advance the role of pharmacists to provide care for non-communicable
diseases in limited resource settings globally. Her interest areas include family medicine, public health, global health, and care to the underserved. She is dedicated to providing quality care to all patients regardless of resources.
Within the school Dr. Jonkman serves as the Coordinator of International Pharmacy Student Experiences, co-director of the Area of Concentration in Global Health, and co-director of the PGY2 Pharmacy Residency in Global Health
and Underserved Care. She serves as the faculty advisor for Pitt's SNPhA Chapter. She mentors students on research and practice experiences working in limited resource settings around the world.
Dr. Jonkman is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, and the Federation of International Pharmacists.