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Tammy Holleman, M.A., L.A.T., A.T.C.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Sport Studies
B.S., Western Carolina University
M.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
email@example.com | 800-345-4973 x6373
Tammy Holleman joined the Barton College athletic training staff in 2011 as a Certified Athletic Trainer. She is an Approved Clinical Instructor within the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) and an assistant professor within the School of Nursing. She also works with the women’s soccer and women’s fast pitch softball teams.
Holleman is a native of Duplin County, North Carolina. She attended Western Carolina University, earning both a Bachelor of Science in athletic training and a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice while playing soccer for the Catamounts. She then attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she earned a Master of Arts in education administration while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s track and field. Holleman held a joint position with Meredith College as an athletic trainer and with Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic as a physical therapy aide/Certified Athletic Trainer prior to joining the Barton College faculty.
Holleman’s research interests include sports psychology, unique injury and treatment options, and rehabilitation techniques. She is an active member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association, North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the Young Professionals Committee of the NCATA. She also serves as the fundraising co-advisor for the student Athletic Training Club at Barton.
Holleman resides in Knightdale with her husband, Ryan, and her dogs, Ellie Mae and Leila. They enjoy spending time outdoors and in the mountains, and watching and participating in athletics.