B.S., Health Assessment and Promotion, James Madison University
M.S., Clinical Exercise Physiology, Appalachian State University
Currently, Jamie is the Coordinator for the VEST (Virginia Education Science Training) Predoctoral Fellowship in the School of Education and Human Development. She coordinates events, fellow activity, and manages the various functions of the IES grant.
Prior to her position at UVA, Jamie received her Bachelor’s from James Madison University and went on to receive her Master’s from Appalachian State University in Clinical Exercise Physiology. Throughout continual exposure to Appalachian State athletics, Jamie became invested in academic coaching and executive function skill development for at-risk student athletes. She later went on to direct Appalachian’s student support program for students with executive functioning challenges, As-U-R, a grant-funded program through The Oak Foundation. She directed this program for five years before beginning her position with the VEST Program at UVA. She holds Universal Design of Learning Associate credentials and also has extensive experience working with North Carolina faculty module development related to Universal Design of Learning principals.
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