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The Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA) was created with a mission to advance the opportunities that athletic training students have at the University of Utah. ATSA fulfills this mission through service, activities, and promoting the athletic training profession. 

ATSA Committees: 

  • Undergraduate Outreach
  • Community Outreach
  • Professional Development
  • Events
Undergraduate Outreach


Community Outreach


The Undergraduate Outreach Committee is led by current Master of Athletic Training students whose purpose is to find and provide ways for undergraduate students to explore and get involved with athletic training. Our roles and responsibilities are to provide undergraduate students with information, resources, and events for undergraduate students to utilize as they explore the athletic training profession.

The Community Outreach Committee actively engages with the community, showcasing the vital role of athletic training in maintaining peak physical performance and injury prevention. Through our participation in events like the Care Fair, we provide invaluable insights into the profession's tasks and responsibilities, fostering a deeper understanding among attendees. Moreover, we extend a warm invitation to high school students, offering exclusive opportunities to explore the dynamic field of athletic training firsthand. Join us in our mission to educate, inspire, and make a positive impact on health and wellness within our community!

Professional Development




The Professional Development Committee aims to provide current Master of Athletic Training students with opportunities to develop professional skills and to network with experienced clinicians within the profession. Our main goals are to promote student success during their transition into athletic training and to facilitate student engagement at professional conferences. 

The Events Committee is largely responsible for planning and executing ATSA relevant events or event series. This can include tasks such as designing event concepts, coordinating logistics, and overseeing marketing and promotions. The committee works together to ensure that each event is successful and meets the goals and objectives outlined by the organizers. 




Hailey, a native of Bend, Oregon, has always been passionate about an active lifestyle, with a focus on skiing, hiking, and dancing. After relocating to Salt Lake City in 2018, she pursued her undergraduate studies at the University of Utah, graduating in 2022 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology and minors in Modern Dance and Nutrition. Driven by her love for movement, athletics, and patient care, Hailey is now dedicated to a career in Athletic Training. As a current ATSA board member, she is committed to promoting the field of athletic training and advocating for its importance in the community. Her ultimate goal is to work with professional dancers, skiers, or snowboarders as an ATC, combining her expertise with her lifelong passions. 


Vice President

Audrey has lived all over the west coast and enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, rowing, cooking, reading, and exploring the outdoors! After receiving her Bachelor’s in Human Physiology at the University of Oregon, she started her Master’s in Athletic Training at the University of Utah. With special interests in the armed forces and research, she plans to pursue a future career in the military and earn a professional doctorate or PhD. In addition, she hopes to use her own identity as a Pacific Islander to promote ethnic diversity within the field of athletic training in a formal capacity. As ATSA VP, Audrey intends to continue to oversee the professional development committee and provide additional support for her peers before their transition into practice. 



For Amanda, Utah has been her lifelong home. She spent her upbringing immersed in the world of dance. Now, as a dance teacher, she finds immense joy in sharing her passion. Currently, she is thrilled to be working towards her MAT, merging her love for physical activity with the fulfillment of aiding others. The anticipation of where her career will lead is something she is eagerly look forward to!



Cora was born and raised in Marin County, CA just North of San Francisco. She moved to Salt Lake City in 2019 to attend the University of Utah where she received a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology in 2022 and is currently in the 1st year of their Masters of Science Athletic Training program. Growing up Cora began dancing at the age of two and continued through high school as part of a pre-professional ballet program. Due to injury she turned her attention to aiding other dancers through the physical and mental obstacles unique to performing arts. After receiving her Athletic Training Certification, Cora hopes to continue working with dancers in the professional and clinical setting.