Nicole Daoud, MSPAS, MPH, PA-C

: Arabic, English, Farsi, French, Spanish

    Nicole Daoud feels very fortunate to have a career that marries her passion for medicine and global health. Nicole grew up in Southern California and obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Social Behavior at the University of California, Irvine.  As a post-graduate, she unveiled her passion for medicine through her work as a Physical Therapy Aide, a Cognitive Trainer, Emergency Room Scribe and Medical Assistant. These experiences solidified her goal to obtain dual Master Degrees in Physician Assistant Studies and Public Health. She currently serves as the Vice President of Public Health for the Global Outreach and Assistance League (GOAL). Nicole spent two months in Ethiopia where she finished her degree by working on a project that focused on barriers to care that affected high maternal mortality rates. Her experience has inspired her to continue promoting women’s health in her community. Nicole has planted her roots in Sonoma County, where she is able to fulfill her adventurous soul by being outdoors, hiking, cycling, paddle boarding, snowboarding, and camping. She also enjoys playing soccer and competing in triathlons.