2012-2013 PTAH Club Leadership
Joseph Hackenschmidt - President email@example.com
Joe is from Portland, Oregon, and is a senior in Exercise and Sport Science, Pre-Physical Therapy. He works at Corvallis Sport and Spine Physical Therapy as an aide, and also works as a certified personal trainer. When his schedule allows, he enjoys volunteering at the OSU Multiple Sclerosis Exercise Program, for OSU IMPACT for Life, and for the National MS Society. Joe is an active member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, and help to organize service events in the community. He plans on obtaining his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credential and continuing to work at the clinic and as a personal trainer before attending a Doctorate of Physical Therapy program in 2014. This will be his third year with the club, and his goal is to see that every member, of all ages, feels more prepared for their aspiring career after each club meeting.
Annie Johnshon – Vice President firstname.lastname@example.org
Annie is a Senior from Myrtle Creek, Oregon. She is majoring in Exercise and Sports Science with an emphasis in physical therapy. She volunteers for Start Making a Reader Today (SMART), the MS Exercise Program, and more. Physical therapy became an interest to her when she had to go through rehabilitation for her ACL. She loves to dance and travel (she studied abroad in Finland). One day she would love to work at a Shriners Hospital.
Willie Leung - Officer of Operations email@example.com
Willie Leung is from Portland, Oregon. This is his fourth year involve with the club. Currently, he is a senior at Oregon State University majoring in Pre – Occupational Therapy witha minor in Asian Culture & Language. He is invovle with differnt clubs on campus. He is part of the Peer Health Advocates, Wheelchair Basketball, and Hong Kong Student Assosiciation. He also volunteer for IMPACT for Life and part of the CYDL Lab at the Women’s Building.
Jarrett Fegel - Community Service Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Jarrett is transfer credit Senior from Sandy, Oregon. He is majoring in Exercise and Sports Science in the Pre-Therapy and Allied Health option. He has worked as a PT Aide at Gresham SportsCare this past summer. Jarrett has aspirations of owning his own Clinic and working on injury prevention programs with Middle and High School student athletes. His hobbies include dirtbiking, Enduro racing, hunting, camping, baseball and anything else that gets him outdoors.
Kelsey Downs - Public Relation/Club Recruitment email@example.com
Kelsey, a senior at Oregon State is from Canby, Oregon. She is studying pre Physical Therapy and last year was her first year at Oregon State. Her hobbies are riding horses and hanging out with friends. The reason she is interested in studying physical therapy is because she job shadowed a physical therapist who was certified in hippotherapy. Hippo is Greek for horses. She could tie her love for horse and her passion to help people. She hopes to help make this year the best ever for the PTAH Club!
Ivan Estrada - Public Relation /Retention firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Morgan - Wheel – A – Thon Chair email@example.com
Natalie Morgan is this year’s PTAH Club co-coordinator for the Annual Wheel-A-Thon. Majoring in EXSS – PTAH on the pre-therapy track and minoring in psychology, she has been an active member in the club for 2 years. She is also a Peer Advisor for the College of Public Health and Human Sciences and the PTAH peer representative for the CPHHS Undergraduate Student Council. Her main goal for the club is to expand its recognition on campus by increasing the entire student body’s participation in the Wheel-A-Thon. Her favorite aspect of the club are the opportunities to meet people within the same major and career path, and learn about the health care industry and how to better prepare herself for graduate school.
Kirsten Asbury - Wheel – A - Thon Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirsten is a senior from Colorado. She is majoring in Human Development and Family Sciences and minoring in Spanish. She is interested in becoming an occupational therapist and working in a hospital. She volunteers for IMPACT and the MS exercise program and is also involved in many other clubs and activities around campus. This is her third year involved with the PTAH club and she hopes to get even more people involved with the Wheel-A-Thon this year!