Samantha is an Arizona native. She is an alum of Thunderbird High School and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Judaic Studies. During her junior year, she studied abroad in Israel with an internship testing nitrogen levels in the soil.
She continued her studies at Midwestern University to receive a master’s degree of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
She has worked in OBGYN since graduation from PA school in 2009. She has a special focus on vulvovaginal disease. This passion for vulvovaginal disease has transitioned to a love for management of different treatment modalities that can be used in the post-menopausal population. She feels strongly that there are many options available to help women with different symptoms they may be experiencing, and that one option is not the best option for every patient.
Her and her husband have two sons. She loves rock climbing, hiking, knitting and reading. She is an active member in her local community and on the weekends, she teaches Sunday school.