GETTYSBURG, Pa., May 28, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --áJohn "Doc" Moyer has been a member of the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers'
When asked, "What does leadership mean to you?" Moyer: "Leadership is not about ego, it is about service to others. To be an effective leader you have to have a servants heart and you have to be "all in."
When asked, "What is your favorite PATS memory?" Moyer: "My favorite memory from service to PATS has been being able to work with so many talented AT's that have passion for our profession. The relationships and lifetime friendships I have made are priceless!!"
Yvette Ingram volunteers her time for PATS in many capacities. Ingram has served as the Chairperson of the PATS Continuing Education and the Long Range Planning Committees, a committee member of the PATS Symposium Programming and Free Communication committees, the Parliamentarian, Northcentral Representative of the Executive Board, the President-Elect, President, and Past President. Her most recent projects involve co-authoring a position statement written for the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine about Mental Health Issues in Student Athletes, and working collaborative with a PSAC sister institution to validate various mental health screening tools and determine prevalence rates of mental health issues in Division II college athletes. Ingram is the recipient of the 2018 Temple University Department of Kinesiology Alumni Achievement Award, the 2017 Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society Distinguished Merit Award and she received the 2015 National Athletic Trainers Association Service Award.
When asked, "What does leadership mean to you?" Ingram: I would tell future leaders to attempt to create an environment where everyone feels their opinion matters and they have an investment in the final product, as well as allow the individuals around you to get involved and stay involve in this great profession that utilizes their individual strengths. If these two things are done, success will follow. When asked, "What is your favorite PATS memory?" Ingram: My favorite memory is a hard one because there are so many. I guess I would say the celebratory extravaganza that was thrown by the PATS EB at the PATS symposium the year licensure was approved. There were so many people there, having fun and dancing up a storm.
The above biographies are samples taken from full write-ups available on http://www.gopats.org.
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SOURCE Pennsylvainia Athletic Trainers' Society
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