District IX Chair
Julian L. Magee, ATC, PT
Champion Sports Medicine
1407 25th Ave
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401-2866
Rickey Hayes, III, MSA, ATC
3533 Oak Shadow Ct
Montgomery, AL 36116-1915
Florida A & M University
Post Office Box 5663
Tallahassee, FL 32314
504 College Drive
Daniel D. Cobble, MS, ATC
Western Kentucky University Athletic Training
1605 Ave of Champions
Smith Stadium W. Rm 129
Bowling Green, KY 42101
F. Moore, ATC
Christus Schumpert Highland Physical Therapy
1453 E. Bert Kouns
Shreveport, LA 71105
Mississippi Medical Center
4381 South Eason Blvd.
Tupelo, MS 38801
L. Robert Ullery, MS, ATC
UK Sports Medicine
601 Perimeter Dr. St 200
Lexington, KY 40517
Ethnic Diversity Advisory
Ethnic Diversity Advisory
Committee Action Plan Reporting Form
SEATA Committee Candidate Nomination Form
Each committee member should be an ethnic minority and a
certified athletic trainer. In addition, the committee may
have one qualified graduate student member who must be a SEATA
member and an ethnic minority, able to commit to a two year
term of service and able to attend committee meetings. Proof
of active graduate student status and letters of
recommendation are required.
identify and address issues relevant to the ethnic minority
members and health care concerns affecting physically active
minority individuals. The committee advocates sensitivity
towards cultural diversity throughout the profession and SEATA
to keep the general athletic training population informed
about injuries and conditions that are specific to athletes of
ethnically diverse cultures.
Increase the body of athletic training care by serving as an
advocate for the dissemination of information and research
relating to health care issues and conditions that affect
the health of physically active ethnic minority individuals
(e.g., sickle cell disease, lactose intolerance, at risk
populations, substance abuse, mental health issues).
Identify and address to the SEATA Executive Board issues
relating to cultural distinctions in health care delivery.
Identify and advise the SEATA Executive board with public
positions on issues relating to health care for the
physically active ethnic minority.
Obtain data regarding the status of ethnic minority athletic
training applicants and enrolled students of undergraduate
and graduate curriculums.
Obtain data regarding performance of ethnic minorities on
the Board of Certification (BOC) examination.
Advocate the recruitment and retention of student athletic
trainers by the establishment of grants and scholarships for
ethnic minority student athletic trainers, within the
parameters established by the SEATA Research and Education
Foundation Scholarship Committee.
Identify, develop, and mentor ethnic minority leaders.
Annually identify and recognize an individual who ahs
significantly advanced the provision of health care to
ethnic minority physically active individuals or who has
made a significant contribution to the professional
development and/or advancement of ethnic minority athletic
trainers during the course of his or her career.
See I.E.3, SEATA Policies & Procedure Manual