Carli joined the AHE team in 2017. She is a graduate of the American Medical College of Homeopathy and was moved to study homeopathy after she experienced transformative healing as a patient herself. As a new graduate, like many new homeopaths, she had big dreams of running a busy full-time practice. However, a personal loss put those plans on hold, and she eventually realized her path through the world of homeopathy was going in a different direction. Longing to be of service to homeopathy she looked for other ways to support the profession and quickly became an advocate for homeopathy education. Soon enough she was serving in the roles of Homeopathic Program Director and faculty member at the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture.
With a passion for high-quality homeopathy education and robust clinical training, Carli also worked with the Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America (ACHENA) for six years serving as Executive Administrator and later, Interim President. During her time with ACHENA, Carli had the opportunity to collaborate with and learn from leaders across the US in the field of professional and specialized accreditation, bringing that knowledge back to the homeopathy community to help protect and support the integrity of homeopathy education in North America.
The twists and turns of Carli’s journey through the homeopathy profession are a reminder that Homeopathy needs strong and talented practitioners, but it also needs advocates, teachers, administrators, researchers, regulators, fund raisers, writers, and people of many more talents. Carli has always advocated for homeopathy students to recognize this and think about all the talents they might bring to this profession in addition to practicing this wonderful medicine.
Prior to discovering her love for homeopathy, Carli obtained a Bachelor of Science in Family and Human Development from Arizona State University. She worked for 15 years with various community resource programs focusing on family preservation, child abuse prevention, and early intervention services. Carli lives in Mesa, Arizona with her husband, two teen aged children, and a varying number of animals that wander into their lives.