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Cailyn Alexander

Academic Program Manager


Cailyn Alexander has a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, with a minor in psychology. She comes to the university with years of retail and bank management experience. Cailyn’s role with the Department of IPEP is to coordinate and manage department initiatives. Cailyn is responsible for department records, contracts, budget preparation and tracking, and equipment and resources inventory. Additionally, Cailyn supports interprofessional education by coordinating with university services (IT, police, room scheduling, and facilities) to manage logistics for all interprofessional education programs.

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Cynthia Carroll, MA, LPC, CPPS, PNAP

Director, Interprofessional Education and Practice


Cynthia Carroll earned a Master’s degree in clinical/counseling psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of Texas, a certified Master Trainer in TeamSTEPPS® (Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety), a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma, a Certified Professional in Patient Safety, and a Professional Member of the National Academies of Practice. Cynthia’s professional experience includes in-patient substance abuse rehabilitation, personal counseling, emergency department behavioral health, and clinical communications education. Cynthia’s role in the Department of IPEP is in overseeing the curriculum design and outcomes of interprofessional student education and interprofessional faculty and preceptor development. Cynthia leads the university’s inter-institutional collaborations with Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan University, Texas Woman’s University, University of Texas at Arlington, and Tarrant County Community Colleges. Additionally, Cynthia is an adjunct instructor in Medical Education.

Emily Dos Santos

Emily Dos Santos, MS, LAT, ATC

Assistant Director, Educational Programs



Emily Dos Santos earned a master’s degree in sport pedagogy and a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. She is a nationally certified and Texas state licensed athletic trainer. Emily’s professional experience includes being the head athletic trainer in the high school setting and teaching high school science. Emily’s role within the Department of IPEP is developing and managing assessment and evaluation, data and metrics, and reporting of program outcomes. Emily is responsible for preparation, dissemination, and publication of interprofessional practice and education data and outcomes for program assessment and accreditation records, campus communications, conferences, and academic scholarship/journals.


IPE Curriculum Committee

IPEP Curriculum Committee: A committee made up of dean appointed faculty from each college and school participating in interprofessional practice and education.

Faculty College/School Appointments
Stacie Anderson, PT, MPT TCC Health Science – Physical Therapist Assistant Program Director
Brandie Bach, MS, RDMS, RVS, RT (R)(S)(ARRT) TCC Health Science – Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Director
Bobbie Bratton, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, CPPS, CHWI UNTHSC SaferCare Texas, College of Nursing, School of Health Professions – Department of Lifestyle Health Sciences Clinical Executive (SaferCare TX) | Assistant Professor (CoN), Adjunct Assistant Professor (SHP)
Kathleen Davis, PhD, RDN, LD TWU Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences Associate Professor | Dietetic Internship Program Director
Ashlyne Elliott, PhD, LAT, ATC TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences – Kinesiology Assistant Professor of Professional Practice | Athletic Training Program
Valentina Gokenbach, DM, RN, MBA, BSN, NEA-BC, RWJF TCU Burnett School of Medicine Professor
Miguel Gonzalez, MT (ASCP), RMA (AMT), MA TCC Health Science – Medical Assistant Program Director
Theresa Griego, MSRC, RTT-RCP TCC Health Science – Respiratory Care Faculty
D. Lynn Jackson, PhD, LCSW, ACSW, FNAP TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences – Social Work Associate Professor of Professional Practice | Director of Field Education
Monica Jenschke, PhD, CRNA TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences – Nurse Anesthesia Associate Professor of Professional Practice
Cassandra Johnson, MSRS (Ed.), RT (R)(CT)(MR) TCC Health Science – Radiologic Technology Assistant Professor
Laura Kunkel, EdD, LAT, ATC, PES UT at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation – Kinesiology Clinical Associate Professor | Athletic Training Program Director
Janet Lieto, DO, FACOFP, CMD, CPPS UNTHSC Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Associate Professor of Medical Education
Stephen Mathew, PhD UNTHSC School of Biomedical Sciences Associate Professor
Ashley Mullins, MS, RDN, LD, CNSC TCU College of Science & Engineering – Dietetics Program Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Rolake Neba, PharmD, BCACP UNT System College of Pharmacy Assistant Professor
Kari Northeim, PhD, MBA UNTHSC School of Public Health – Population & Community Health – Environmental Health, Sustainability and GIS Assistant Professor of Biostatistics & Epidemiology
Tracy Orwig, LCSW UT at Arlington School of Social Work Assistant Professor of Practice
Jamie Park, MS, MPAS, PA-C UNTHSC School of Health Professions – Physician Assistant Studies Assistant Professor
Myla Quiben, PT, PhD, DPT, GCS, NCS UNTHSC School of Health Professions – Physical Therapy Professor
Jennifer Watson, PhD, CCC-SLP TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences – Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorder Professor