Jean Perez currently works as the Director of Student Health and Wellness at Goucher College, where she oversees Sports Medicine, Student Health, Recreation, and Student Wellness. She has over 15 years of experience in collegiate athletics
Jean has a bachelor’s degree in health sciences with a concentration in athletic training from James Madison University and a master’s in athletic training from West Virginia University.
She previously served as the chair of the MATA College & University Athletic Trainer’s Committee (now ICSM).
Originally from Norfolk, VA, Jean now lives in the Towson area with her husband Brian, two daughters, Meghan and Erin, and dog Rosie.
Rachel D. Moore M.Ed, LAT, ATC is an ATC who is a full-time Physical Education/Health instructor for MCPS. She was formerly at Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland for 13 years. She graduated with her B.S. in Athletic Training Education from New Mexico State University and her Masters of Education From Concordia University, Portland. She has been a BOC Certified AT since 2005. Moore was formerly a Kinesiology and Rehabilitation, Public Health instructor, and committee chair for the Diversity Equity and Inclusion committee for the state of Maryland. She is married to her husband Christopher Moore and has a daughter Autumn who is 8 and a son Joshua who is 4.
Jamie Harris - Born and raised in Reisterstown, MD, Jaime started her athletic training path as an Athletic Training Student at Elon University where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and a minor concentration in Health Education. After graduating and becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer in 2002, she earned a graduate internship at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) for 2 years while working towards her Masters of Science with a concentration in Exercise Physiology at McDaniel College. In 2004, after graduating McDaniel, Jaime left UMBC to pursue a career in NJCAA athletics and was contracted to CCBC-Essex through Medstar Union Memorial Sports Medicine. Throughout her 8 years with Medstar at CCBC-Essex she was the Head Athletic Trainer covering all 9 sports at that institution which included men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s basketball, baseball, women’s volleyball, cross country and track and field while working in conjunction with Medstar Orthopedic physicians. Also, while being contracted with Medstar, Jaime had the fortunate opportunity to be the Head Athletic Trainer for the Baltimore Mariners for 4 years—Baltimore’s professional arena football team--winning a national championship during that tenure.
It was that experience that helped her transition from JUCO athletics to NCAA Division 3 athletics when she accepted a position as Associate Athletic Trainer for Stevenson University in 2012. Over the next 7.5 years, Jaime was able to work with various sports with her primary concentration being Football, Women’s Ice Hockey and Baseball. While at Stevenson, Jaime became a certified Kinesiotaping practitioner and became Certified in Dry Needling 1. In December of 2018 she had the fortunate opportunity to travel to Germany and Italy with the women’s ice hockey team. She also was accepted to be one of the athletic trainers to travel to St. Paul, Minnesota to work with the USA Hockey women’s national tryouts and team for the summer of 2018.
After almost 8 years with Stevenson University, Jaime transitioned to the non-traditional setting and accepted a position as Physician Extender with University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedics where she works with both the Chief of Adult Reconstruction surgery and an orthopedic foot and ankle specialist and has remained in that position for the past year and a half.
Along with these professional opportunities, Jaime has also had the privilege to work with extreme sports including the AST Mountain Dew Tour where she provided Athletic Training services for athletes participating in the half-pipe event – both BMX and skateboard. She has also had the opportunity, and currently still holds the title of Head Athletic Trainer for the women’s tackle semi-professional football team, the Baltimore Nighthawks, for the past 6 years. Jaime also currently holds an Adjunct Faculty position with CCBC-Catonsville/Owings Mills and has since 2005 within the Business, Wellness and Social Sciences department.
MATA Treasurer, Amber Stanley (formerly Kelso) is slated to begin her second term of service as treasurer starting in 2022. She is happy to continue to contribute energy and effort to making the MATA the most successful state organization it can be. For full time work, she serves as Anne Arundel Community College’s Coordinator of Sports Medicine and Student-Athlete Welfare. She provides athletic training coverage to all of AACC’s 13 athletic teams in NJCAA Divisions I-III. In this role, she oversees an associate athletic trainer and multiple athletic training student interns. Stanley was named the 2019-2020 Maryland JUCO Athletic Trainer of the Year.
Since returning to her home state of Maryland in 2009, Stanley has worked predominantly in the secondary school setting throughout central Maryland. She also spent their inaugural season working with the DC Current, formerly of Major League Ultimate. She had a 6 year stint with the Arbutus Big Red semi-professional football team of the Mason Dixon Football League. Prior to 2009, Stanley spent two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with Division I athletics at Marshall University, including football, swimming and diving, cross country, track and field, women’s soccer, and tennis.
Stanley earned her B.S. in athletic training from Elon University in 2007 and M.S. in exercise sport science from Marshall University in 2009. She is an ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer (ITAT) and soon to be Red Cross certified instructor. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and College Athletic Trainers' Society (CATS).
She enjoys spending time on the Chesapeake bay and at the beach, shooting pool on several competitive teams, and cheering on the Redskins and Orioles. She resides in Odenton, MD.