Jacqueline J. Spiegel, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA, CHSE
“When I realized people in communities locally, nationally, and globally were in desperate need of the PA Foundation’s support and services, it could not have been easier to pick up the phone and ask how I can get involved. I serve the Foundation because I believe in what it stands for and the far reaching impact it has. As I met other volunteers and become more passionate about the organization’s mission, I decided to volunteer in even more ways and ultimately to serve on the board of trustees. And now, as president, I follow in the footsteps of many talented and passionate leaders before me, who have made the PA Foundation what it is today. I am blessed with the opportunity to serve this amazing organization.”
Jacqueline J. Spiegel serves as president of the PA Foundation Board of Trustees. She received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology from Miami University in Ohio and a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Practice from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. She is currently a Professor and Director of Clinical Skills and Simulation at Midwestern University.
Ms. Spiegel’s areas of expertise and interest include endocrinology, student leadership, community outreach, and simulation in healthcare. She is a distinguished fellow and HOD delegate of the American Academy of PAs (AAPA), treasurer of the Chicago Simulation Consortium, and past president of the Arizona State Association of PAs (ASAPA).