Meet The Coaches

Scott L. Massey, PhD, PA-C

With over three decades of experience in PA education, Dr. Scott Massey is a recognized authority in the field. He has demonstrated his expertise as a program director at esteemed institutions such as Central Michigan University and as the research chair in the Department of PA Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Massey's influence spans beyond practical experience, as he has significantly contributed to accreditation, assessment, and student success. His innovative methodologies have guided numerous PA programs to ARC-PA accreditation and improved program outcomes. His predictive statistical risk modeling has enabled schools to anticipate student results. Dr Massey has published articles related to predictive modeling and educational outcomes. Doctor Massey also has conducted longitudinal research in stress among graduate Health Science students. His commitment to advancing the PA field is evident through participation in PAEA committees, councils, and educational initiatives.

Email: ScottMasseyPhD@outlook.com

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Carrie Walker, MPAS, EdD, PA-C

Carrie Walker, a veteran healthcare provider and educator, embodies a commitment to effective learning strategies. With extensive clinical and teaching experience, her Doctor of Education degree has further deepened her understanding of adult learning theory. Driven by a desire to foster student success, she coaches learners to overcome challenges and develop effective learning habits. Her multifaceted expertise enriches her role in positively shaping the healthcare workforce.

Email: drcarriewalker@outlook.com

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Jamie Hammond, MS, MPAS, PA-C

Jamie Hammond, an adept clinician and educator, brings a rich background in neurosurgery, primary care, and addiction medicine. Her service to professional associations and diverse clinical experiences shape her dynamic approach to teaching. Recognized for her excellence in education, she combines clinical insights with evidence-based adult learning theory to enhance student success. Her commitment to mentorship and professional development is reflected in her coaching endeavors.

Email: jamielhammond@outlook.com

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Lili Chan, MMS, PA-C

Lili Chan, a dedicated Physician Assistant and Academic Coach, merges her clinical acumen with a passion for education. Her journey from UC Irvine to Midwestern University's PA Studies program reflects her commitment to growth and learning. With experience in gastroenterology and emergency medicine, she understands the challenges students face. As a coach, she fosters a supportive environment for students to discuss their academic concerns and develop effective learning strategies. Lili's dedication to guiding students towards success underscores her commitment to healthcare education.

Email: lilihuynhchan@outlook.com

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Mary Minto, MHS, PA-C

Mary Minto, with seven years of experience in PA education, is dedicated to cultivating compassionate and knowledgeable healthcare providers. Her academic journey, spanning from UCONN to Quinnipiac University, reflects her pursuit of growth and excellence. With a background in neurosurgery, trauma surgery, and urgent care, she offers a multifaceted perspective to her coaching role. Driven by a passion for student success, she empowers learners to leverage their unique learning styles, fostering their journey to becoming proficient medical providers.

Email: marylminto@outlook.com

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Echo Kopplin, DMSc, PA-C

Echo Kopplin, a board-certified PA-C with a Doctorate in Medical Science, embodies a lifelong learning journey. Her diverse clinical experiences and commitment to service have shaped her profound contributions to the PA profession. With her coaching role, she leverages her experiences to connect with students and guide them toward academic success. Echo's dedication to education and her extensive background enrich her mentoring endeavors.

Email: echo.kopplin@outlook.com

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