Ebonne Quiller Physician Assistant Student Presbyterian CollegeEbonne Quiller

PA Student
Class of 2022

Fort Valley State University ’18, Magna Cum Laude
Major: Biology

What activities and organizations were you involved in as an undergraduate? 

President, Senior Class from 2018- 2019, Vice President of Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society from 2017-2018, Golden Student Ambassador Member from 2017-2018, Science Club Secretary from 2017-2018, Valley Girl, MVP Award in Appreciation for Outstanding Service to FVSU, Parliamentarian from 2016-2018, NAACP Member from 2016-2019, Habitat for Humanity Volunteer from 2016-2018, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Member from 2017-current.

What did you do after you graduated? 

After graduation, I further attended and completed a Certified Nursing Assistant program and proceeded to gain hospital experience.

If you’ve done any volunteer work, please list what you’ve done and where.

I volunteered at Habitat for Humanity. We built multiple houses for the several families that were homeless. It was a very rewarding experience.

What are some of your hobbies or interests? 

I love to travel, spend time outdoors doing various activities, and hanging out with family and friends.

Why do you want to be a PA? 

Becoming a physician assistant is the perfect career that I envision for myself. It is a career that lets me stay true to myself and stay in my truth. By becoming a physician assistant, I will be able to build interpersonal relationships, show empathy and compassion, be “hands-on” and advocate for the less fortunate. Working as a PA will not “just be a job” but a rewarding career that’s focused on my passion of helping others. The flexibility and the capacity to change concentrations enhances my choice to become a PA.

Why did you choose the Presbyterian College PA Program? 

I chose Presbyterian College because I wanted to feel like a person and not a number. I believe PC will give me a warm and welcoming environment at which I will succeed and thrive in.