- 2003 – 2006, Pediatric Asthma and Management, Dr. Lee Kirchner, San Antonio, TX. I taught classes to local day care centers about pediatric asthma and management in day care setting.
- 1998 – 2001, Inpatient and Outpatient, Methodist Children‘s Hospital, San Antonio, TX. I taught inpatient and outpatient classes to parents of asthmatic children.
- 1996 – 2002, Pediatric pacemaker, Methodist Children‘s Hospital, San Antonio, TX I taught a quarterly pediatric pacemaker class for pediatric ICU RNs in cardiovascular section of critical care tutorial.
- 2020 – Present, TNP: Texas Nurse Practitioner Association
- 2017 – Present, AANP: American Academy of Nurse Practitioner
- 2014 – Present, NONPF: Organization for nurse practitioner faculty
- 2013 - Present, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF), Member
- 2013 - Present, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), Member
- 2001 – Present, STAC NAPNAP: Local chapter of pediatric nurse practitioner program
Dr. Parke is the Track Coordinator of the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program. In 2015, she partnered with a local organization called the San Antonio Guatemalan Endeavor (SAGE). This organization coordinates an annual interprofessional medical trip to travel to Guatemala. She precepted two nurse practitioner (NP) students to provide pediatric medical care as part of the medical outreach team. This team travels to different rural communities in underserved areas of Guatemala over a one-week period of time. Students work with RN nursing students, physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, optometrists, dentists, local officials, and student interpreters to stand up a medical clinic and provide care to a different community every day for five days. The trip included a three-day rest and recovery trip to Antigua, Guatemala, where students can explore and enjoy different aspects of Guatemala and Guatemalan culture.