Tina Mullins is a founding faculty member of the FGCU Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program, joining as the Academic Director in 2016 and serving as the Assistant Program Director since 2021. Ms. Mullins has more than 10 years of experience in Physician Assistant Education, having also served as the Clinical Director and Assistant Program Director at the University of Charleston (UC) in West Virginia prior to joining FGCU. She has extensive experience in PA program accreditation, having successfully led accreditation efforts during the development of the programs at FGCU and UC and serving as a consultant for other PA programs. Ms. Mullins has over 20 years of clinical experience as a Physician Assistant, practicing in areas including Surgery, Inpatient Care, ENT, and Urgent Care. She has been active in PA professional organizations, previously serving on the Governance Council of the Physician Assistant Education Association. She is also a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and Florida Academy of Physician Assistants. Ms. Mullins is dedicated to continuous learning and is currently working toward a Doctorate of Education degree with a concentration in Higher Education Leadership at FGCU.