Kelsey Ulrich is a graduate assistant athletic trainer working at University High School through HealthWorks Rehab and Fitness. Kelsey is taking graduate level classes through the College of Physical Activity and Sports Science at West Virginia University to obtain her M.S. in Athletic Training. She is currently in her second year in the two-year master’s program. This is her first year on the CPASS Dean’s Student Advisory Board. She is also an approved clinical preceptor and oversees WVU undergraduate athletic training students for their high school rotation at University High School. Kelsey received her B.S. in Athletic Training from Penn State University and worked for three years as the head athletic trainer at a high school in Pennsylvania before pursuing her master’s at WVU. Kelsey is current working on her research project focusing on concussion baseline testing for ADD/ADHD athletes. She has helped worked outreach events as an athletic trainer for the Morgantown Marathon, Morgantown Youth Football and Winner’s Choice Wrestling Tournament. In her spare time, Kelsey enjoys going to the beach, reading, being active outdoors and spending time with family and friends.