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Jeb Davis is in his 10th year as a faculty member at Fort Lewis College and his 24 th year as an athletic trainer. Originally from Missoula, MT, he has a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from New Mexico State University, a master’s degree in Athletic Training from California University of Pennsylvania. Jeb has several years of clinical athletic training experience in the collegiate and high school settings. In addition to his duties at the Fort, Jeb is also a per diem athletic trainer for Merc Sports Medicine. He has served in a variety of professional capacities including as a member of NATA’s the Executive Committee in Education and Public Relations Committee and as Chair of both the RMATA and NMATA Public Relations Committees. Beyond athletic training and teaching Jeb and his wife, and young son, enjoy exploring the outdoor opportunities Durango and the surrounding area have to offer.




Mike Sundeen is in his tenth year with the Denver Broncos, seven seasons (2014-2021) as an assistant athletic trainer after serving as an athletic training intern in 2010 and 2011. He received his Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Northern Colorado and his Masters of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Connecticut. He has enjoyed supporting athletic trainers in Colorado as Co-Chair of the Governmental Affairs Committee since 2018 and as an active member of PFATS he works on the education committee. He is excited for the opportunity to serve the CATA membership as he works with leadership to elevate athletic training in Colorado! In his free time Mike enjoys spending time with his wife, Rachael, and taking advantage of all Colorado has to offer by hiking, climbing and skiing whenever possible.

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Shanae is originally from Salt Lake City, UT. She attended undergrad at the University of Utah, where she obtained her Athletic Training certification. She then went on to Grand Canyon University to earn her MS in Healthcare Administration. She and her husband, Steve (an Athletic Trainer as well) married after meeting in their undergrad program. After graduating in 2014, she and her Steve moved to Colorado and have been grateful to call Colorado home for the last 7 years. During the first 5 years of certification, she worked at Adams State University first as an Assistant Athletic Trainer and then eventually becoming the Associate AD of Health & Wellness

and also serving as the Senior Woman Administrator. In 2019 she and her husband relocated to Grand Junction where they decided to start their family and welcomed Lily in August 2020 and also have 2 dogs - Grizabella and Dreyfus. Shanae & Steve now reside in Grand Junction and work at Colorado Mesa University.

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Zach Lewis is beginning his 5th season as an assistant athletic trainer for the Denver Broncos and his 8th year as an athletic trainer. Originally from Aurora, CO, he has his bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado Boulder, and a master’s degree in Athletic Training from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Zach has worked collegiate football at CU and the University of Arizona. He is currently a member of the NATA Scholarship Committee. Beyond athletic training, Zach, his wife, and son.

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Mark Peters has over 20 years of experience in the athletic training profession and has spent his entire professional career in Colorado. He has been an athletic trainer at the Air Force Academy since 2009 and currently works with the football program. Before coming to the Air Force Academy, Mark spent 10 years at the University of Northern Colorado. He began as exercise science faculty, responsible for teaching multiple courses in the athletic training and exercise science curriculum. In 2003, he assumed the head football athletic trainer position while maintaining his teaching responsibilities. Mark helped the UNC athletics department transition to the NCAA Division I level and was hired as the co-head athletic trainer for the department of athletics in 2006.Mark earned his associate of arts degree from Waldorf College, his bachelors; degree in athletic training and corporate wellness from Winona State University, and his masters degree in exercise physiology and biomechanics from the University of Northern Colorado. Mark and his wife Elly, are both originally from Litchfield, Minnesota and currently reside in Colorado Springs. They have two sons, Tyler and Ajay.

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