Chair – Cheryl Blauth
Cheryl, originally from Lagrangeville NY, currently works at Northeastern University in Boston, MA and is entering her 5th year. She has served as the primary coordinator of care for the Women’s Ice Hockey team since 2006. Cheryl has been the WVUATAA Chairperson since July of 2008.
Prior to her employment at Northeastern she was an Athletic Training Fellow at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. During her time at the OTC she worked with Bobsled, Luge, Skeleton, Free Style Skiing, Judo, Sled Hockey, and the US Women’s Ice Hockey National Team. From 2003-2005 she was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. While at Hamline, she earned her Masters in Management and also gained experience working with the men’s and women’s Soccer and Hockey Teams. In 2003, Cheryl received her Bachelors in Science in Athletic Training at West Virginia University. As an undergraduate athletic training student she worked; Football, Volleyball, Swimming and Diving, Club Ice Hockey, and Soccer.
Currently she is an active volunteer with the USOC and in November of 2009 worked with the US figure skating team at the Skate America Event in Lake Placid NY. Cheryl is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association as well as an executive member of the Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts. Cheryl earned her athletic training certification in 2003 and resides in Brookline, MA.
Contact Cheryl at: email@example.com
Vice Chairperson Amy Meadows
Amy Meadows completed her B.S. in Athletic Training from West Virginia University in 2003. She then served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Louisiana State University, 2003-2005, where she obtained her M.S. in Kinesiology with a concentration in Sport Pedagogy. Amy, a native of Hurricane, WV, then returned to West Virginia and accepted a staff athletic training position at the Charleston Area Medical Center Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center in May 2005.
While at CAMC, she also served as an Approved Clinical Instructor for local University of Charleston athletic training students and as an adjunct instructor for UC teaching the Pharmacology for Athletic Trainers course. She provided athletic training coverage for UC football during the Spring 2007.
In 2006, Amy obtained certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. While working in WV, she was an active member of the West Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association and served on the planning committee for the 2007WVATA Annual Conference in Charleston, WV.
In August 2007, Amy returned to the NCAA Division I athletic training setting. She is currently an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Louisville in Louisville, KY working primarily with the women’s soccer and women’s tennis teams.