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Athetic Trainers' Bios and Contact Information

Amber Radtke, CCBC Essex

Amber Radtke, a native of Holland, MI, became the athletic trainer at the Community College of Baltimore County Essex in August 2016. She is employed by MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and provides athletic training coverage to CCBC Essex’s 8 athletic teams in the NJCAA.

Prior to joining the Knights, Amber was an assistant athletic trainer at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC and provided athletic training services to the women’s lacrosse and volleyball programs as well as serving as the graduate assistant coordinator. While at Winthrop, she served as the Haudenosaunee Nation women’s lacrosse athletic trainer at the FILA World Cup of Lacrosse in Oshawa, Canada. Amber received her master’s degree in athletic training from the University of Kentucky in 2012. She was a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the men’s and women’s tennis and cheerleading programs. At Kentucky, she completed her thesis on “Differences in functional assessment performance among knee patients and healthy controls”. In addition, she was awarded a National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research and Education Foundation master’s scholarship. Before earning her master’s degree, she was an intern athletic trainer at Northwestern University from 2009-2010 working with the men’s soccer and women’s fencing teams. Amber graduated from the University of Michigan in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training.

Amber is a corrective exercise specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is an American Red Cross and Emergency Care and Safety Institute CPR/AED and first aid instructor. In addition, she serves as president of the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference athletic training group. When not in the athletic training room, you can find her on her yoga mat, running, cooking and traveling around the US and the world.

Amber Kelso, Anne Arundel Community College

Amber Kelso started in 2016 as Anne Arundel’s Head Athletic Trainer. Kelso provides athletic training coverage of practice and games to all of AACC’s 11 athletic teams in NJCAA Divisions I-III.

Kelso came to AACC after 7 years serving as athletic trainer to several high school programs in central Maryland, including Archbishop Spalding and Southern HS in AA county. She spent their inaugural season working with the DC Current, Washington’s own professional ultimate Frisbee team. Six of the last seven years, she provided athletic training services to the Arbutus Big Red semi-professional football team of the Mason Dixon Football League. Prior to returning to her home state of Maryland, she spent two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with Division I athletics at Marshall University, including football, swimming and diving, cross country, track and field, women’s soccer, and tennis.  

Kelso earned her B.S. in athletic training from Elon University in 2007 and M.S. in exercise sport science from Marshall University in 2009. She is an ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer (ITAT), giving her an advanced knowledge of the ImPACT test administration and concussion education and awareness.  She is an American Heart Association BLS Instructor. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and the Maryland Athletic Trainers’ Association (MATA).

She enjoys spending time on the bay and at the beach, shooting pool on several competitive teams, and cheering on the Redskins and Orioles. She resides in Odenton, MD.

Matt Neumann MS, ATC

Matt joined the Harford team in the fall of 2012 as our Head Athletic Trainer.  Matt is employed by Drayer Physical Therapy, where he has served since 2011.  He was the Athletic Trainer for nearby Havre de Grace High School for the 2011-2012 school year.  He attended Palm Beach Atlantic University where he pursued his Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and played soccer for the school.  In 2011 he graduated with is Masters of Science in Athletic Training from A.T. Still University.  His Masters’ thesis, “Functional Movement Screen Differences Between Male and Female Secondary School Athletes” was published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research in 2014. 

Matt is a current member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association as well as the Maryland Athletic Trainers’ Association.  He also is a certified CPR instructor through the American Heart Association. Matt lives in Havre de Grace, MD with his wife Sarah.

Kate Fischer MS, ATC

Kate is also employed by Drayer Physical Therapy, where she has been working since July of 2007. She earned her bachelor's degree in rehabilitation science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2007 and earned her master's degree in rehabilitation science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2010. Prior to Harford, she was the Head Athletic Trainer at Bel Air High School for seven seasons and one year at Harford Christian School, while serving as a fill-in for the Fighting Owls.

Contact Information 

College

ATC

E-mail

Office

Cell

Allegany

Sarah Hensley

shensley@allegany.edu

301-784-5659

301-991-2921

Anne Arundel

Amber Kelso

alkelso@aacc.edu

410-777-2323

443-534-9706

Baltimore City

William Tyner

wtyner@bccc.edu

410-462-7403

 

CCBC Catonsville

Ethan Urbansky

eurbansky@ccbcmd.edu

443-840-4421

 

CCBC Dundalk

Maggie Campanaro

mcampanaro@ccbcmd.edu

443-840-3610

 803-447-3165

CCBC Essex

Amber Radtke

aradtke2@ccbcmd.edu 

443-840-1764

803-280-5705

Cecil

Taylor Minderlein

tminderlein@cecil.edu

443-674-1553

443-947-0317

Chesapeake

Nick Williams nwilliams@chesapeake.edu  401-827-5865 443-286-1716

Frederick

Ashley Hull

ahull@frederick.edu

301-624-2702

301-512-1081

Garrett

Kim Harsch

kim.windstein@garrettcollege.edu

301-387-3053

 724-554-5513

Hagerstown

Shannon Cameron

smcameron@hagerstowncc.edu

240-500-2363

301-606-6912

Harford

Matt Neumann

MNeumann_TE@harford.edu

443-412-2277

941-276-4283

 

Kate Fischer

kfischer@drayerpt.com

443-412-2277

443-955-3171

Howard

Tim Happel

thappel@howardcc.edu

410 772-4124

443-739-9061

Montgomery

Carrie Steele-Loy

Katherine.Steele@montgomerycollege.edu

240-567-7574

 

 

Kristy Voigt

kvoigt2@montgomerycollege.edu

240-567-6915

 

Prince George's

DeAmber Ellington

millerdx@pgcc.edu

301-546-7026

 

Southern Maryland

Sarah Williams

swilliams5@csmd.edu

301-539-4761

301-848-9854

 

Brooke Bowling

ebowling@csmd.edu

301-934-22510 x7207