“I became interested in family medicine because of the unique ability to treat patients throughout their lifespan. I believe that forming lasting relationships with patients is essential in giving patients the tools to live the healthiest and happiest life they can. I have a particular interest in the management of chronic diseases and geriatric medicine.”

Board Certification

  • Physician Assistant


Graduate School

Shenandoah University
Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
Winchester, Virginia

Undergraduate School

Roanoke College
B.S. Biology
Salem, Virginia


Professional Association(s)

American Academy of Physician Assistants, Member, 2016- Present

Personal Interests

I enjoy spending time in the outdoors hiking, biking, running, and playing ultimate frisbee. I am also a big sports fan, especially of the professional sports teams in the Washington D.C. area.


I grew up in Rockville, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C, and lived there throughout my entire K-12 education. After graduating from high school, I attended Roanoke college; a small liberal arts college in the beautiful Roanoke Valley of south western Virginia. After graduating from Roanoke, I worked as a nursing assistant on an intensive care unit at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. I then moved to Winchester, Virginia, where I started in the Shenandoah University Physician Assistant program in July of 2016. I graduated from Shenandoah in December of 2018 and now live in Fairfax, Virginia.