Pi Theta Epsilon Elects Creighton Grad for National Office
Pi Theta Epsilon Elects Creighton Grad for National Office

Creighton University congratulates Kimberly McClung, OTD’14, as the newly elected vice president of Pi Theta Epsilon.

McClung will serve as a national officer from 2016 to 2018. Her term begins at the Phi Theta Epsilon Annual Business Meeting in November, during the American Occupational Therapy Association/National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy student conclave. As a new practitioner, McClung is interested in neuro-rehabilitation, community integration and international services. McClung cares for spinal cord injury and multi-trauma patients in the department of in-patient rehab at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute in Spokane, Wash..

McClung earned her BS in kinesiology from California Polytechnic State University. She graduated from Creighton with her OTD in 2014, where she served as the Alpha Iota chapter president of Phi Theta Epsilon. 

The national office of Phi Theta Epsilon works to “support the practice of occupational sciences and the practice of authentic occupational therapy by promoting research, leadership, and scholarly activities by its members,” according to its mission.