Dr. Mandy Peacock is an adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner and clinical assistant professor at Loyola University Chicago. She teaches courses in the graduate nursing programs. Dr. Peacock has practice expertise in primary care and community health. She focuses on culturally-informed community health assessment and intervention as well as primary care outreach for under- and uninsured populations. Dr. Peacock's mission in her scholarship is collaboration and capacity building to simultaneously meet community health goals as well as interprofessional education objectives. In addition to community work and outreach, she strives to provide the most up-to-date clinical teaching. This includes the development and evaluation of simulation for primary care nurse practitioner students, specifically targeting the integration of mental health and primary care. Dr. Peacock is a member of the GAPNA education committee.