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2023 Charles J. Redmond Distinguished Athletic Training Alumni Lecture Series
March 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Union West, Stitzer Welcome Center in Judd Gymnasia
Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Athletic Training
Have you ever dreamed of working in the professional sports setting as an athletic trainer? Being the director of athletic training services at the collegiate level? Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a pioneer? A leader in your field? An inspiration to the next generation of athletic trainers? The four women speaking on our panel have—and they are ready to share their stories with you. You will quickly learn why these four women have been chosen as this year’s Charles J. Redmond Distinguished Athletic Training alumni.
The Charles J. Redmond Distinguished Athletic Training Alumni Lecture series highlights distinguished alumni who have promoted, enhanced, and advanced the profession of athletic training through their diligent work as athletic trainers, educators, and administrators. This year’s lecture coincides with the 50th anniversary of Title IX and recognizes Springfield College Athletic Training alumnae who have broken through the “glass ceiling” in athletic training.
The panelist will be responding to a series of questions crowdsourced from Springfield College students, staff, and faculty. The event will be moderated by Sue Guyer, DPE, dean of the School of Physical Education, Performance, and Sport Leadership.
Katie Delude ’11, Head Athletic Trainer, Northeastern University, Boston, Mass.; Kristin Farrell ’06, Director of Manual Therapy/Assistant Athletic Trainer, Utah Jazz National Basketball Association Franchise, Salt Lake City, Utah; LaToya Franklin ’07, Injury Prevention Specialist, Amazon-CLT4, Charlotte, North Carolina; Amanda Kelley ’10, Associate Head Athletic Trainer, The College of The Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass., Staff Athletic Trainer, Team USA Women’s’ Hockey, Lake Placid, N.Y.
This event, part of the year-long Springfield College celebration of 50 years of Title IX, the landmark civil rights legislation, is free and open to the Springfield College community and the public.
For questions or more information, please contact Mary Barnum at firstname.lastname@example.org.