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AAPA Pre PA Virtual Mixer : Wednesday, December 06

Posted 8 months ago by Camille Dyer

Featuring AHPAC’s Leadership Development Committee Co-Chair: 

PA Malatrice Montgomery 

Pre-PA Virtual Mixer

Date: December 6, 7-8 p.m. ET

Are you a future PA student eager to connect with experienced AAPA members and pave your way to PA school success? Join your peers at the Pre-PA Virtual Mixer! You’ll connect with practicing PAs and current PA students and gain valuable insights. After a brief introduction, participants will enter breakout rooms of their choice to discuss topics like the CASPA application, what to expect in PA school, and how to finance your education. Breakout rooms will be hosted by a PA or PA student who will facilitate the discussion and Q&A.

Don’t miss this golden opportunity to start your career on the right foot. Join us to engage with leaders, forge meaningful connections, and receive guidance on your PA journey.

This event will not be recorded.


Host: Malatrice Montgomery, PA-C

Malatrice Montgomery is an Atlanta, Georgia native. She obtained her Master of Medical Science degree from the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Mercer University in 2010. She is currently a Physician Associate working in the field of interventional radiology and has served in this specialty for 13 years.

Throughout her career, PA Montgomery has dedicated her time to mentoring PA students, listening to their needs, and learning how best to support them along their career path. In 2020, she created myPA Life, an organization that focuses on the unique needs of PA students. The idea was developed out of a desire to enhance the strategic development of how the next generation of PAs are mentored and supported.

PA Montgomery currently serves as Director-at-Large for the Georgia Association of PAs and as Co-chair of the Leadership Development Committee for the African Heritage PA Caucus. Outside of the medical field, she supports environmental and philanthropic efforts in the local community with organizations such as The Unselfish Project and Love In Action.