I was born and raised in Pocatello Idaho. I served and LDS mission in Wisconsin where I learned to speak Hmong. We would often help with translation in many venues and in doing so I became interested in the medical field. I attended Idaho State University for undergraduate where I received my Bachelors of Science in Biology with a minor in Zoology. I then attended Alderson-Broaddus University, one of the original PA schools, and graduated with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies. I am a certified Physician Assistant that has been working in Rexburg since 2011. Prior to transitioning to Orthopedic Medicine, I worked in Internal Medicine for 8 years where I met and grew close to many great people in the community. I am blessed to be able to live in and care for those in the Rexburg community. I’m honored to be working now with Dr. Eysser as I have watched him care for my patients in the past with incredible outcomes.