Athletic Therapy Student Council

President
Blair Goodwin

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Hello everyone! My name is Blair Goodwin and I will be representing AT Student Council as President for 2017-2018, my final year in the program. This is my first year on council as I did not serve last year. I am extremely excited about being President and very passionate about the AT program in general. I got into this program because of my love of sports, the human body, and fitness. If you see me around, please don’t be afraid to say hello. I promise I am much friendlier than I appear! I look forward to meeting everyone and best of luck throughout the duration of your studies!


Vice-President
Ryan Singh

 


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Hello everyone! I’d like to welcome all returning AT students back to another great year, and I’d also like to congratulate the AT2’s for being accepted into this phenomenal program. My name is Ryan Singh, and I’m honored to be the Vice President for the Athletic Therapy Student Council. I’m in my 3rd year of the program and my experiences thus far were amazing due to the great people in our AT program. My goal is to do my utmost to make this year a great year for the students. I chose Athletic Therapy because I have a vast interest in the human body, the rehabilitation of injuries and I enjoy working with people. I’m extremely enthusiastic about AT and I absolutely love this program. I’m looking forward to meeting all of the new students and having the opportunity to work with the returning students. On a closing note, I hope that everyone has a remarkable year and I’d like to wish everyone the best of luck with their studies!
 
 

Treasurer/Secretary
Tina Goutsos

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Hey everyone! I want to congratulate the new incoming ATs in this program and welcome back returning AT students! My name is Tina Goutsos and I am excited to take on the role of secretary/treasurer for 2017-2018. This is my first year on council, but fourth year in the program. I chose Athletic Therapy because fitness and athletics have been a big part of my life and I really enjoy the therapy aspect of this career! This is a challenging but rewarding program. It is the things you learn, the friends you make, and the unforgettable experiences which make this program what it is. I look forward to meeting all the new AT students and working with everyone in the upcoming year!
 
 

Fundraising / Social Coordinator
Dana Warrener

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Hi everyone! I just want to start off by congratulating everyone on being one step closer to becoming an Athletic Therapist! My name is Dana Warrener and some may be under the impression that it is difficult to come and approach me, but that is not the case! I am an easy-going person and I am here to help. I took interest in this program due to the first aid aspect, and being involved with sports. If you or your classmates have any questions about the program I will do my best to answer them, and if I cannot personally answer it I will do my best to get the answer for you. I have experience with working with a community field placement so if there are any concerns regarding this feel free to ask. As the social/fundraising representative, I would just like to say that the Athletic Therapy program is challenging at times, so it is good to blow off a little steam once and awhile! Good luck this year and I wish you all the best in your studies and placements. Have some fun with it!
 
 

AT 4 / Grad Representative
Kylie Bard

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Hi everyone! I’d like to welcome the new AT2’s into the Athletic Therapy program, and welcome back the returning AT3’s and AT4’s. My name is Kylie Bard and I am excited to hold the position of AT4 Rep/ Grad Rep for my last year in the program. I first had an interest in Athletic Therapy as I grew up playing a variety of sports and experienced injuries myself. I look forward to being a Certified Athletic Therapist working to rehabilitate my clients and getting them back to their daily activities. I also really enjoy working with teams in the field setting as I get to use my first responder skills. In my spare time I love being outside doing something active (usually running). "When the going gets tough, the tough get going"… I believe that this is an accurate quote for everyone in this program. This next year will be full of challenges along with many successes and memorable times. I am always around to give advice or answer questions, so don't be shy!
 
 

AT 3 Representative
Shanlyn Parkhill

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Hey everyone, my name is Shanlyn Parkhill and I am the AT3 representative for the council this year. I’d like to welcome the new incoming AT2 students into the Athletic Therapy program, and welcome back the returning AT students. I choose the BKIN-Athletic Therapy program because of my past experiences with having so many injuries and because I wanted to stay involved with sports and help people return to what they love doing. I can't wait to start field and clinical placements and continue to build amazing friendships with my fellow AT students. I plan on representing our class in the best way possible, so we can have an awesome year! I look forward to meeting all the new AT students and working with everyone!
 
 

AT 2 Representative
Lindsay Wu

 

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Hello everyone! My name is Lindsay Wu and I am representing the AT2’s this year. I am new to the faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management. I am excited to get to know everyone and to represent my classmates. I decided to do the BKIN-Athletic Therapy program because of my interest in prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. I'm looking forward to learning new skills and getting a feel for what Athletic Therapists do. My goal is to make this a fun and successful year for everyone! Good luck to everyone in their studies and enjoy your year!