Sarah Gill hosts two women she has looked up to for our special International Women's Day podcast. We are celebrating Women In Athletic Training and National Athletic Training Month.
Sarah first joined the Sports Medicine Broadcast after her presentation at the Fort Davis Sports Medicine Clinic.
Who are our International Women's Day Guests?
She is one of the first black female DI collegiate head athletic trainers. Jolene is currently working on her EdD in Kinesiology.
Mentor and Educator Janah Fletcher has a lot of experience breaking stereotypes. Listen in for her advise and encouragement for young women in Athletic Training
Dr. Jolene Henning
- Sarah Gill's grad school program director and now the program director at High Point University.
- She has been in the academic/ curriculum side of things for quite a while and has great insight into the evolution of ATEP programs and the BOC.
- Dr. Henning's thoughts on professionalism are great,
- She really has an understanding of what it means to represent the profession of athletic training, represent yourself, build a career,
What is International Women's Day
The movement is seeking to build a gender-balanced world.
Everyone has a part to play – all the time, everywhere.
From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where the world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence.
Balance drives a better working world. Let's all help create a #BalanceforBetter.
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