Amanda Johnson received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Arcadia University. She also participated in Arcadia University’s study abroad program, were she attended The National University of Ireland, Galway for a semester. She then attended Arcadia University’s Physician Assistant Program, graduating with a Master of Science Degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She worked as an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant for a number of years before joining Arcadia University’s faculty at the Christiana campus in Wilmington, DE. Professor Seymour still continues to work clinically in the Emergency Department at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, NJ. As well as educating students here on campus, she is also a preceptor for Arcadia University and Drexel University Physician Assistant students during their Emergency Medicine rotations. Amanda was the first Physician Assistant in New Jersey to be certified to perform sexual assault exams and worked with the Camden County Prosecutors office for 2 years as a Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner. Amanda also volunteers at a primary care clinic in Camden monthly and has been part of medical missions to Peru, Honduras and most recently Guatemala.