Jeb Davis is in his 14th year as a faculty member at Fort Lewis College and his 25th year as an athletic trainer. Originally from Missoula, MT, he has a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from New Mexico State University, and 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. He has served in a variety of professional service 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.
Lisa has been an athletic trainer for 20 years, all in the secondary school setting. She is originally from Wisconsin and obtained her undergraduate degree from Concordia University Wisconsin in December 2002. After undergrad, she moved west to Colorado and began working at Overland High School. She obtained her Master's Degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from PennWest in 2005. She began working at Eaglecrest High School in August 2010 and in September 2020 also began working at UCHealth-Inverness. Lisa has served in several state positions including Secondary School Aides Committee Chair and 2 terms as Member-At-Large. She also serves at the district level on the RMATA Annual Clinical Symposium Committee.
Lisa and her husband Chad live in Aurora, CO with their 2 kids, Matt and Lindsey. They stay busy with kid activities (tennis for Matt and competitive equestrian for Lindsey), camping, home improvement projects and traveling.
Alli Powell is a native of Colorado and athletic trainer since 2014. She currently is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Master of Science in Athletic Training Program at Colorado Mesa University. Alli has spent time in DI & DII athletics and within a MSAT teaching clinic at a previous institution.
KellyAnne Bultemeier, is an athletic trainer in the physician practice setting, who supports the child and young adult hip program at Children’s Hospital Colorado. She obtained her bachelor’s of athletic training from Iowa State University and her master of education in sports administration at Wichita State University. KellyAnne has worked in a variety of settings including high school, collegiate, and professional sport. Her clinical experience includes sports medicine, hand surgery, limb preservation and amputations, in addition to hip preservation. KellyAnne loves demonstrating how athletic trainers are healthcare professionals who are an intricate member of a patient’s care team. KellyAnne previously served as an At-Large Board Member of AZATA. After a move to Colorado, with husband Kent (also an athletic trainer) and becoming a mom of two boys, KellyAnne is excited to serve, high desert athletic trainers, as Treasurer for CATA.
Member At Large
My name is Breanna Sage MA, LAT, ATC, CSFC and I am a product of CO! I graduated from Mesa Ridge High School in 2013, CSU-Pueblo with a BS in Athletic Training in 2017, and an MA in Sports & Performance Psychology from University of the Rockies in 2019. I currently am a SSAT at my alma mater as the head athletic trainer and teacher. I also work with the Air Force Academy in the summer as well as precept for CSU-Pueblo and UCCS. I am excited to get involved and serve on the CATA Board!
Member At Large
Mark Peters is entering his eighth year at the Air Force Academy and is currently working with the football and spirit squads. During his time at USAFA, he has worked directly with multiple teams including baseball, men’s soccer, track & field, men’s gymnastics and fencing. He also serves the department as an American Heart Association instructor.
Before coming to USAFA, Mark Peters 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.
Peters earned his associate of arts degree from Waldorf College in 1996, his bachelors' degree in athletic training and corporate wellness from Winona State University in 1999, and his masters' degree in exercise physiology from the University of Northern Colorado. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers Association, the Colorado Athletic Trainers Association, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Mark and his wife Elly are both originally from Litchfield, Minn. They have two sons, Tyler and Ajay.
HannahGrace (or HG as her colleagues call her) is a first-year graduate student at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) in their Athletic Training program. She received her undergraduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science at UNC as well. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee; HannahGrace hopes to be a high school athletic trainer after graduation. She has recently been selected as the Colorado state representative for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainer's Association (RMATA) Early/Emerging Professionals Committee. She works closely with student representatives at each Colorado school with an Athletic Training program to report what the state and region are doing and to inform our board members on what their state's students are doing and learning in their respective programs.