YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE
YPC Mission Statement:
The MAATA Young Professionals’ Committee (YPC) exists to encourage growth and professional development, provide a supportive and engaged network, and advocate for athletic trainers within the first twelve years of their certification.
YPC Vision Statement:
The YPC aims to provide a supportive network through mentorship and outreach initiatives, encourage growth and development through equitable access to resources throughout state organizations, MAATA and NATA, and arm athletic trainers with the skill sets necessary to advocate for themselves regarding career satisfaction, advancement, and longevity.
The YPC seeks to implement these values within our membership to maintain longevity in the profession and foster passionate, versatile, and dedicated leaders within the athletic training community.
Chair/Career Advancement Committee
Kassy Mosley, MS, LAT, ATC
East Carolina University
Jay Dillon, MS, ATC, CSCS
Devon Serrano, DAT, ATC, NREMT
Sweet Briar College
Andrea Durham, MS, ATC, CSCS
Hunter A. Bailey LAT, ATC
Mingo Central High School
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Stephen Taylor, M.Ed, ATC, SFMA, FRC
Human Performance Specialist, O2X
MEMBER AT LARGE
Young Professionals Mentor Program
If you are seeking a mentor in an athletic training setting, find your state's mentorship list by clicking on their logo below.
Get Involved: The D3 YPC encourages young professionals to get involved with current projects at the state, district, and national level. If you want to help with a project, have an idea for a project, a concern that you would like to bring forth to the committee, or just want some more information, please contact the YPC Chair or your state representative.
Professional Development for YPs: