Dr. Beaudoin completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Connecticut where she majored in Biology and minored in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. While at UCONN she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and participated in numerous philanthropic events for the local community.
Her interest in optometry started soon after her cousin's optometrist found signs of what ended up being a very large and aggressive brain tumor. Dr. Beaudoin was not only thankful for that optometrist saving her cousin's life, but also amazed that this profession can give the gift of sight and save lives.
Dr. Beaudoin graduated from Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. While at school she was inducted into Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society. She has experience in all facets of eyecare including primary care, pediatrics, glaucoma, neuro-optometry, emergency medicine, and special populations. While truly enjoying full-scope primary eye care for the entire family, Dr. Beaudoin developed a passion for providing care for patients with significant vision loss and spent extra time focused on low vision at the William Feinbloom Low Vision Center in Philadelphia.