COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC TRAINER COMMITTEE
COMMITTEE CONTACTS

TBD

Chair

 

Brandon Evans, ATC

Member (AL)

 

Jon Michelini, ATC

Member (FL)

 

Jared Sandler, ATC

Member (GA)

 

Eric Fuchs, ATC

Member (KY)

 

Melissa Chastang, ATC

Member (MS)

 

Michael Van Bruggen, ATC

Member (TN)

 

 

Board Liaison:  Paul Higgs (GA)
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COMMITTEE INFORMATION

1. NATA Committee

a) Composition. This district-based committee is comprised of members from the collegiate setting, an athletic director and an NCAA delegate. It is recommended that each district representative chair a district sub-committee that includes representatives from the following practice settings: NCAA Division IA, IAA, IAAA, II & III; NAIA Division I & II; junior college; certified assistant athletic trainers; athletic directors.

b) District IX Representative: SEATA Sub-Committee Chair

c) Purpose. Identify and address issues affecting athletic trainers in the college and university setting.

d) Duties

i) Study and discuss the unique concerns associated with the college/university practice setting.

ii) Develop programs and activities to address concerns and enhance the effectiveness of college/university athletic trainers

 

2. SEATA Sub-Committee

a) Composition (7 members). One member from each state, of which, one shall also serve as the chair. Members of this sub-committee shall be practicing Athletic Trainers with at least one representative from each of the following collegiate classifications

i) NCAA Division IA

ii) NCAA Division IAA, IAAA

iii) NCAA Division II & III

iv) NAIA Division I &II

v) NJCAA

b) Chair: The committee chair shall be selected by the SEATA President, in consultation with the District Director, State President(s), and/or committee members, and approved by the Executive Board. The Chair shall also serve as the District IX representative on the corresponding NATA committee.

c) Purpose. To identify and address issues of concern to athletic trainers in the college and university setting.

d) Duties.

i) Study and discuss the unique concerns associated with the college/university practice setting.

ii) Develop programs and activities to address concerns and enhance the effectiveness of college/university athletic trainers.

e) Policies. Committee members shall adhere to the general SEATA committee policies as stated in Section II.C.

The Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association (SEATA) is District IX of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.  It is a not-for-profit organization dealing with the concerns of its members and the profession of athletic training as a whole.  This association was first started back in 1950.  Initially comprised of the members of the Southeastern Conference schools, this district is represented by Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

SEATA

P.O. Box 931

Thibodaux, LA  70302

SEATA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, military status, sexual orientation, or age.  SEATA is committed to accessibility and nondiscrimination in all aspects of its continuing education activities.  Participants who have special needs are encouraged to contact the program organizers so that all reasonable efforts to accommodate these needs can be made.

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