Jen arrived at Stanford in the fall of 2008 shortly after receiving her Master of Education degree in Adult and Higher Education with an Emphasis in Intercollegiate Athletic Administration from the University of Oklahoma. Upon her arrival as Assistant Athletic Trainer, she immediately provided vital support in many areas of the daily operation of the Athletic Training facility. Jen currently provides daily medical coverage to both Womens Gymnastics and Mens Rowing programs. Originally from the “Beaver State”, Jen received her Bachelor of Science in Heath and Exercise Science, Athletic Training from Oregon State University in 2006.
In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Jen manages all aspects of athletic supply ordering of the Main Athletic Training facility. She also has provided strategic initiative within the current consignment program where as billing and insurance liason, she assists in the tracking, purchase, and provision of durable medical goods. Jen currently sits on the Educational Advisory Committee; responsible for supporting the direction and involvement of the graduate and undergraduate clinical education programs. She is a mentor to current students within the graduate and undergraduate clinical education programs.
- Assistant Athletic Trainer, Stanford University (2008-Present)
- Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Oklahoma (2006-2008)
- Athletic Training Student, Oregon State University (2002-2006)
During her graduate experience, Jen presented a peer-review track case study abstract “Emergency Management of Fractured Occiput at the NATA annual symposium, as well as separate presentations on “Hemochromatosis and Iron Deficient Anemia,” and “Influenza Vaccine.” She has been involved in the coordination of research conducted in the Human Performance Lab, including “Effect of Reaction Time Training on Knee Joint Loading” in female student-athletes, and has been involved in establishing intra-rater reliability and normative data on functional lower extremity testing.