Darcie has been a PA since 2012, practicing clinically in orthopedics, urgent care, and family practice at a Federally Qualified Health Center. She was the lead provider of a school-based health center for several years before transitioning to academia. Darcie joined the faculty of the Touro University California PA Program as an Assistant Professor in 2015 where she is the faculty of record for two courses and co-chair of three additional courses. She serves as a Faculty Senator and on the Faculty Senate Executive Committee at Touro, on the Aquifer Physician Assistant Task Force, and as a California Delegate to the AAPA HOD. Darcie holds bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Spanish from Sonoma State University and is a graduate of the Touro Joint PA/MPH Program Class of 2012. Darcie volunteers in her community as President of Casa Grande High School Boosters Club and with the Medical Reserve Corps of Sonoma County. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, beekeeping, and sailing. She joined the nccPA Health Foundation Board of Directors in 2022.