Kaitlyn Arnold, O.D.
Dr. Kaitlyn Arnold grew up in Jackson, MI, and is a graduate of Northwest High School. From a young age, Dr. Arnold knew she was interested in the visual system. Starting when she was introduced to optometry when she got her first pair of glasses at 6 years old from her Optometrist, Dr. Serino. Her studies led her to Alma College where she became a standout in the classroom and on the track, and then to the Michigan College of Optometry. While in school, Dr. Arnold mentored student athletes as a graduate assistant on the Ferris State Cross Country and Track teams, tutored underclassmen optometry students, and was involved in community service. She participated in Opening Eyes, which provides eye exams for Michigan Special Olympic athletes, and the Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity. She also served as the president of the Michigan Optometric Student Association. In her free time, Dr. Arnold enjoys being outside, spending time in northern Michigan with friends and family, and cooking new things.