Linda graduated from Gannon University PA Program in 1983, obtained a Masters of Medical Science from Saint Francis University in 1997, and in 2010 she completed doctoral studies in Health Sciece from Noca Southeastern University.
Linda has been a PA educator since 1996 and is currently the founding chair of the High Point University PA Studies Program. For more than 10 years, Linda’s clinical practice focused on Rheumatology during which time she had multiple presentations and publications focusing on Rheumatologic conditions.
Linda previously served as chair of the Governance Commission for the AAPA, and has served in the AAPA House of Delegates since 2005. She is currently the Secretary of the NCAPA, and serves on the Professional Development Review Panel and Optimal Team Practice Task Force. During her career she has served as the President of the Pennsylvania Society of PAs, as well as Vice President of the Michigan Academy of PAs.