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. 

 
 
Ashley Holmes currently serves as an Athletic Trainer at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Maryland where she helps manage and oversee the care for both Middle and High School athletes. She serves as an advisor for the school’s Sidelined Club for injured athletes as well as the Claire Marie Club which focuses on the education and prevention of adolescent and young adult melanoma. She is a preceptor for Towson University’s Athletic Training Education Program and is actively involved with US Lacrosse where she served as an Athletic Trainer for the Womens U19 Team.  She has served as Secretary for the Executive Committee since 2018 and has also served as a committee member for the Annual Meeting Committee since 2017.

 

Ashley earned two undergraduate degrees from Towson University where she completed her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and Exercise Science in 2011. She stays involved with her alma mater by presenting yearly on Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization for the Therapeutic Modalities course for Athletic Training students.

 

Originally from Waldorf, Maryland, Ashley currently resides in Owings Mills, Maryland with her husband Travis and son Hayden where they serve as House Parents for boarding students at McDonogh.

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.

Wes Robinson currently works at the University of Maryland Physical Therapy at Camden Yards as a duel credentialed Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer.  He has over twenty years of experience working in primarily the Division I football setting.  He has had the opportunity to work with teams in the SEC, ACC and Big Ten Conference.  Additionally, he also spent time working at the collegiate level with baseball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastic teams.  As well as his direct on field involvement, he has worked in the clinical university health physical therapy setting and spent two years with the St. Elizabeth Medical / Sports Medicine Center.   Prior to starting full time at Camden, he worked at Catalyst Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy in Columbia, MD.
 

Robinson holds two undergraduate degrees, receiving a bachelor of arts in physical education/exercise science from Morehead State University in 1995 and a bachelor of science in health sciences from the University of Kentucky in 1996.  Robinson also earned his masters of science in physical therapy from Kentucky in 1998. 
 

He previously served as the President of the Maryland Athletic Trainers’ Association and is still actively involved in legislative efforts involving athlete safety.  Robinson resides in Laurel, MD, with his wife, Katy, their daughter Alex and son Kyle.  He grew up in Ft. Thomas, Kentucky but is excited to call Maryland home.  He would probably rather be rock climbing or snowboarding.