Angelo Goshen, BSAT, LAT, ATC
Angelo Goshen has practiced athletic training in several settings throughout the years. He began his career at Hope High School where he taught the Sports Medicine Curriculum and served as the full-time athletic trainer for the sports teams’ grades 7-12 at Hope Public Schools in Hope, AR. (2014-2016), thereafter he served as the head athletic trainer at Ouachita Baptist University (OBU) a Division II university playing in the Gulf South Conference; he covered the football, men and women’s basketball teams respectively (2016). He served in this capacity for six months before another opportunity was presented by ATI Worksite Solutions out of Indianapolis, IN. This was a nontraditional setting for AT’s and presented an opportunity for growth within the field. His primary duties were to develop, implement, assess, and treat non-emergency musculoskeletal injuries that occurred during the production shifts at Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. (2017) After serving a year in this position he was recruited by Venesco, LLC a company out of Virginia to work for the U.S. Army at Ft. Benning, GA. In this position his duties included providing musculoskeletal injury prevention, assessment, first aid, and nonemergency medical conditions that could be sustained during basic training (2017-2019). A native of Camden, AR, Angelo earned his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training/ Sports Medicine from Henderson State University (Arkadelphia, AR) in May 2014, followed by his master’s degree in Sports Administration from Henderson State University respectively (2016). Angelo is currently working on his Master of Business Administration at the University of Alabama Birmingham. He is the father of one son and a Minister at Bread of Life Christian Center in Columbus, GA where he also serves as the Director of Pastoral Outreach.
Andrea Harris, MSAT, LAT, ATC
Andrea Harris is an Army Spouse whose family relocated to Fort Benning in May of 2019. She has experience with semi-professional, collegiate, and high school athletes. Andrea has a passion for human performance, injury management, and movement science. She continually strives to navigate through the pain and hindrances that keep athletes and professionals from their optimal performance. A native of Fairbanks, Alaska, Andrea received her bachelor’s degree from Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA, and her master’s degree from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She also holds certifications in Kinesiotaping and Graston Technique.