Hawaii born, country raised from Wai’anae, O’ahu. Dr. Pascual obtained her BS from Chaminade University of Honolulu and recieved her doctorate from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, in 1995. Dr. Pascual then completed her Surgical Residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, before moving home to Hawaii in September of 1997.
Dr. Pascual has been in private practice in Hawaii since 1997 and is currently on staff at Queen’s Medical Center, Hawaii Medical Center East, Surgicare Hawaii and several domicilliaries throughout Oahu. She is currently the President of HPMA, the local chapter of the American Podiatric Medical Association and very active in local and federal medical advocacy, lobbying politicians on behalf of patient welfare and access to care both locally and on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Pascual is board certified and serves on the Medical Executive Committee and Peer Review Committee at several facilities as well as a member of the Queen’s Orthopedic Executive Committee as the Chief Podiatry Division representative.
Dr. Pascual has also been volunteering with the Hawaii Special Olympics as a Clinical Manager for the Feet Feet venue as part of their Healthy Athlete Program. She helps to organize her peers who have also donated their time to help screen the athletes.
Also, a devoted wife and mother, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, writing, is a huge football fan, travel, health/fitness, crafts, ocean recreation, novice classic archaeology, good dining experiences and dabbling in gourmet cooking.