Jenna Williams, MS, LAT, ATC, OTC

Jenna graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training with a minor in Health Science, from Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio. While attending Marietta College, she also played for their Division III soccer team. While working towards her degree, she covered several Division III sports including football, track and field, soccer, softball and women’s basketball. Jenna obtained her NATABOC certification and state licensure for athletic training in 2010.

In 2012, she earned her Masters of Science in Sports Medicine at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. While attending GSU, she worked at Kennesaw State University as their Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Division I softball team. Additionally, in 2013 she completed a one year post professional Athletic Training Residency obtaining her NBCOT, Certified Orthopaedic Technician credentials, under the supervision of an Orthopaedic Surgeon.

Jenna has extensive experience in the Sports Medicine industry as she has worked as an Athletic Trainer treating patients in Physical Therapy, A Physician Extender as an orthopaedic clinical assistant and surgical first assist, as well as being the former Head Athletic Trainer for Woodstock High School while working for Benchmark Physical Therapy and Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta. She has provided medical coverage for numerous sports programs and professional events around the Atlanta area including NASCAR, Gwinnett Braves, KSU, GSU, Emory University, Life University, and several local youth soccer programs. In 2017, Jenna joined Georgia Sports Medicine Specialists at Myers Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Center, as the coordinator and Athletic Trainer for their physical therapy department.