Mallory graduated from the University of Tennessee Teacher Education program with a Masters of Science in Teacher Education. She returned to her hometown following graduation and began her career as a science teacher, teaching Anatomy and Biology at Father Ryan High school. After moving away, she worked as a medical scribe in the emergency department briefly while searching for teaching positions. This is where she first was introduced to and worked alongside physician assistants. After a great deal of research into the profession, she applied and was accepted into Christian Brothers University’s Physician Assistant Program. Mallory successfully completed the program and became a certified physician assistant in May of 2017. Clinically, she has worked in the fields of Cardiothoracic Surgery and Interventional Radiology since graduating as a physician assistant. In August of 2019, Mallory joined the CBU PA Program Faculty full-time as an Assistant Professor. Other than CBU’s PA students, she enjoys being outdoors, walking her dogs, and spending time with family and friends.


  • BS, University of Tennessee
  • MS, University of Tennessee
  • MSPAS, Christian Bros University