Anne Kelly resides on a farm in Butler, Ohio where she has lived since she was born. Aside from her studies she enjoys many outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, and four wheeling. She also enjoys basically any sport and loves spending time with family and friends. She became interested in athletic training after suffering her own ACL injury playing high school basketball. She is very passionate about her future career in athletic training and feels that this field is a great fit for any individual who loves to help the active population and is willing to work hard.
Anne is a Senior athletic training major. She has done clinical rotations for Ashland University football, Ashland University baseball, Ashland University wrestling, Ashland University women's basketball, Ashland University softball, and Shelby Highschool. She is a member of the Ashland university athletic training club and is Chair of the National Athletic Training Students' Committee. Her plans after graduating with a bachelors degree from Ashland are to continue on to graduate school to study advanced athletic training or a related field. She also plans to obtain a graduate assistant position and work as a certified athletic trainer while working on her masters degree.