Shelene Thomas, PT, DPT, EdD, GCS is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy at Regis University whose main role is mentoring the Clinical Instructor and student through Clinical Education. She also assists in the foundational course, PT Exam and the problem based application course series, Professional Issues. As a PT who works in the home health section and has done so for over a decade, improving the connection between a variety of professionals is her passion, which plays out in her research, and leadership as Chair of the IPE Committee at Regis and as Director at Large with National Interprofessional Education Consortium, NIPEC. Shelene became APTA board certified Specialist in Geriatrics in May of 2015 and is a member of APTA, where she is engaged in the Home Health, Geriatrics and Education Sections. She assists the Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) by being an on-site reviewer and continues to practice physical therapy with Visiting Nurses Association of Denver. She enjoys volunteering locally at Longmont Humane Society with her two young boys as well as provides service at the 9 Health Fair, Project Homeless Connect and raising service puppies for Canine Companions for Independence.