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COMMITTEE:
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
To contact a member of the ATOM Young Professionals Committee, CLICK HERE.
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CHAIR

Jen Holman MS, LAT, ATC

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

Zac Kershaw MSAT, ATC, CES

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

Jephte Soulouque MS, LAT, ATC

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

Gillian Long MS, LAT, ATC

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

Sarah Naraine, MS, LAT, ATC

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Jen Holman MS, LAT, ATC

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Athletic Trainer at Endicott College, Beverly MA

I graduated from Endicott College in 2018, earning my Bachelor’s in Athletic Training. I went on to earn my Master’s in Exercise and Sports Science from Merrimack College in 2019. After grad school, I moved to Vermont and worked at Castleton University for 2 years. Most recently, I was an Athletic Trainer at Babson College. Now, I am currently back at my undergrad, Endicott College.  I chose to study Athletic Training because I wanted to be an advocate for my student-athletes. We play a unique and important role in their lives, and I want to make sure they feel supported and valued.

 

 

 

Zac Kershaw MSAT, ATC, CES

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Assistant Athletic Trainer, Phillips Academy Andover

I am currently an assistant Athletic Trainer at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. I earned my Master’s degree in Athletic Training from Old Dominion University in 2018 and my Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Colby-Sawyer College in 2016. I have worked clinically as an Athletic Trainer for the past seven years within the secondary schools setting; five years as the Head Athletic Trainer at Granby High School in Norfolk VA and am in my second year as an assistant Athletic Trainer at Phillips Academy. I also served as a clinical preceptor for ODU’s entry level Master’s in Athletic Training program for two years. In addition, I am a Red Cross CPR/AED/BLS instructor. I have previously held leadership positions within the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association student delegation as treasurer and president while obtaining my Bachelor's degree. In my free time I enjoy exercising, kayaking, fishing, and spending time with my wife, family, and friends. I chose the field of Athletic Training as I view our profession as one of the most unique and impactful healthcare professions; with our abilities to provide multifactorial skill sets to all individuals.

 

 

 

Jephte Soulouque MS, LAT, ATC

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Athletic Trainer at Catholic Memorial, West Roxbury

I have worked as an athletic trainer at Catholic Memorial since 2018. Where I've been involved with numerous athletic teams from middle school, sub-varsity, and varsity. Currently, I serve as a clinical preceptor for the Masters of Athletic Trainer Program for Lasell University MA. Before Catholic Memorial I have worked in secondary school along the North Shore region. I earned my Master’s of Science degree in Rehabilitation in Science in May 2020 at Lasell University. In May 2017, I earned my Bachelors of Science degree in Athletic Training. I chose athletic training because I wanted to help athletes reach their goals on the field/court/ice and in their day-to-day lives. As an athletic trainer, you build specific skills and techniques in order to help your athletes. With this leadership role, I hope to expand on those tools to help athletes and young professionals.

 

Gillian Long MS, LAT, ATC

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Athletic Trainer at Catholic Memorial School, West Roxbury

I earned my undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from Lasell University in May of 2022. In July of 2022 I was hired at Catholic Memorial School where I worked part-time while I finished my Master’s degree. I anticipate to graduate with my Master’s in Rehabilitation Science in May of 2023 and will be full time with CM in the fall. In my very young career as an athletic trainer I have completely fallen in love with the secondary setting. When I go into work every day I feel like I make a difference and it’s so rewarding to see my athletes return to the sports that they love. I chose to become an athletic trainer because of the impact my athletic trainer had on me in high school. It’s my goal to have that same impact on my current athletes while continuing to advocate for the profession.

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2023 WSATA Annual Meeting

Saturday, July 22, 2023
 

MultiCare University   |   1317 E Main Ave.   |   Puyallup, WA 98372

 

JEPHTE
JEN
GILLIAN
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