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Lorin Cartwright, MS, ATC, CAA

LouAnne Jefferson, MEd, AT, ATC



Renita Romanski, ATC

Darryl Conway, MA, AT, ATC

Brianna Boyd

Tyler Harris, PhD, AT, ATC

Victor Liberi, MS, AT, ATC, CSCS, OPE-C

Shanteisha Pruitt, AT, ATC

Courtney Young

Vince Del Valle, MS, AT, ATC


About Us

Diversity includes all of the ways in which people differ, encompassing the different characteristics and thoughts that make one individual or group different from another. We commit to working actively to challenge and respond to bias, harassment, and discrimination. We commit to pursuing deliberate efforts to ensure that MATS is a place where differences are welcomed, different perspectives are respectfully heard and where every individual feels a sense of belonging and inclusion.


Goals, Functions, and Responsibilities:

The Michigan Athletic Trainer’s Society (MATS) is committed to fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our belief is that as Athletic Trainers, we grow, function, and deliver patient care better as a diverse team. The combination of our differences, experiences, knowledge, self-expression and talent help form our culture, practice, and achievements. MATS’ focus is to improve healthcare delivered by Athletic Trainers by embracing, including, and serving all people justly. Moreover, advancement of the profession depends on its current and future leaders advocating for and valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion as cornerstones of high-quality, patient-centered care. As such, MATS challenges its leadership and membership to commit to equity in patient care, inclusivity within our board and committees, and promote a safe environment for its members and the patients that we serve.

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