Meet The Team
Adam Hunter is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Ergonomic Assessment Specialist. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota and spent seven years working full-time at a small high school and part-time at an industrial facility in his home state of South Carolina. Upon joining Moore Wellness Systems in November 2020, Adam relocated to Louisiana to work at WestRock’s Hodge Paper Mill. He is living in Ruston, LA with his wife Holly and four children: Gideon, Tobias, Caspian, and Ivory. In his spare time, Adam enjoys reading a good book, drinking a fresh cup of coffee, listening to podcasts, playing board games with friends, and going to parks with his family.
Alejandra Villagomez is a licensed, certified athletic trainer from Elgin, Illinois who joined Moore Wellness Systems in July 2019. Alejandra received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Aurora University. During her time at Aurora University she gained valuable experience working with collegiate and high school sports, as well as clinic work. She enjoys spending time with her puppy “Wrigley”, working out, watching Cubs baseball and spending time with family.
Amy Will is a licensed, Certified Athletic Trainer from Columbus, OH who joined Moore Wellness Systems in 2021. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training at The University of Findlay and her master’s degree in Athletic training at California University of PA. She has worked with collegiate volleyball, basketball, swimming and high school teams. She has worked in a rehab setting working with injured workers. She has worked with industrial athletes since 2015 in construction and distribution centers. She is excited to work with the industrial athletes at GREIF.
Cameron Nicholson has been a certified athletic trainer since 2010. Cameron graduated from Delta State University with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training with a minor in Exercise Science. He was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Southern Mississippi while earning a Master of Science in Sport Management in 2012. Cameron was previously employed by Drayer Physical Therapy Institute for six years providing high school outreach services and working with the Industrial Rehabilitation and Worker’s Compensation programs. Cameron holds certifications in performing functional capacity evaluations, impairment ratings, and writing functional job descriptions. Cameron is currently providing athletic training services for two International Paper mills in Columbus, MS. Outside of work Cameron enjoys spending time with his wife, Nikki and daughter, Emma, playing golf, and attending Mississippi State sporting events.
Chris Mathis started working with Moore Wellness Systems in March of 2017. He attended Valdosta State University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and then went to Georgia College & State University to earn his Master of Education in Human Performance. During his undergraduate and graduate education he gained valuable experience working with various collegiate and high school teams. He also gained experience working with military men and women during an internship at Camp Lejeune. Prior to joining the Moore Wellness Systems team he worked at Flagler College with the volleyball, basketball, and tennis teams. Chris currently works with the WestRock Seminole Mill in Jacksonville, FL. In his spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with his wife. He also enjoys getting out on the Florida water, watching UGA football, and hunting.
Clayton Faircloth joined the Moore Wellness team in July 2020. Previously he worked at Georgia Military College where he was the head athletic trainer for the junior college football program. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training from Georgia College and State University in the spring of 2014. He received a Master of Science in Leisure and Sports Management in the spring of 2016 from Middle Tennessee State University where he was a graduate assistant. While at MTSU he was the head athletic trainer at Blackman High School.
Clayton is a certified Athletic Trainer by the Board of certification (BOC) a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and is licensed by the State of Georgia.
Clayton is originally from Swainsboro, Georgia but currently resides in Milledgeville with his wife Ashley. In his free time he enjoys hunting and fishing.
Cole Edwards is a Certified Athletic Trainer born and raised in Modesto, CA who joined Moore Wellness Systems in 2020. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training at Fresno State in 2015. Cole helped lead Selma High to a school-wide California State Championship for the 2016-2017 season. He has experience working with professional, collegiate, high school and industrial athletes. Cole has worked in the Fresno/ Modesto area for 5 years. Prior to working with Moore Wellness Systems he worked for Gallo Wineryas an industrial athletic trainer. He is an avid proponent of athletics and living a healthy lifestyle. Boating at the lake, spending time with family and friends, especially his nephews are days he cherishes the most.
Courtney Flynn is a certified and licensed athletic trainer and holds a performance enhancement specialist certificate. She attended Temple University for her Bachelor of Science and attended California University of Pennsylvania for her Master of Science in Athletic Training where she provided care for the football and track & field teams. She also spent time researching and presenting her Master's Thesis on the prevalence of prescription opioids in collegiate athletics. She joined Moore Wellness Systems in July 2018 and is now the athletic trainer for West Rock in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. She is originally from the greater Philadelphia area and thoroughly enjoys all Philadelphia sports (Go Eagles!). She enjoys hiking, outdoor activities, yoga, boxing & kickboxing, running, spending time with family, and traveling.
Dan Redmond is a certified athletic trainer with over 30 years of experience. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for his undergraduate work and Temple University for graduate school. He worked minor league baseball for the Cleveland Indians and spent 24 years in professional hockey including 15 years as the head athletic trainer for the Nashville Predators. He has also worked the IIHF Hockey World Championships as the athletic trainer for Team USA. Most recently Dan covered Mens Basketball for Tennessee Tech University. Dan lives in Lebanon, TN with his wife Barbara and their children Danielle and Sean. He enjoys fly fishing and golfing.
Derrick Thomas is an Appalachian State Alumni where he received his Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. He is currently licensed in the state of Georgia where he oversees the Port Wentworth International Paper mill along the Savannah River. He hails from China Grove, NC and is a massive North Carolina sports fan. He enjoys lifting, playing sports, and seeing live shows whenever possible. His greatest love is watching football in the Autumn months with his family, back home. GO APP!!
Doug Ashton is just starting out in the industrial setting for Moore Wellness Systems but he is not new to the athletic training profession. He previously worked as an athletic trainer for Freeman Health System/Freeman Sports Medicine in Joplin, MO for many years. While there he was the Outreach Coordinator for Sports Medicine and worked with high school, college, and professional athletes. His experience has taken Doug to many places including the opportunity to travel internationally with USA Baseball as their Head Athletic Trainer with the U-18 program from 2000 to 2005. He has also worked for an Orthopedic group and Bingham Memorial Hospital developing an outreach sports medicine program to Southeast Idaho. His position as Coordinator for Sports Medicine involved coverage and care for many sports and events but mainly high schools. He has also provided clinical care for the physician’s office. His most recent position was as Head Athletic Trainer for Northeast Oklahoma A&M College where he was responsible for 350+ Golden Norse Athletes. Ashton earned his Associates Degree from BYU-I (Formerly Ricks College) Rexburg, Idaho, his Bachelor’s Degree form Boise State University, and a Masters Degree from Brigham Young University. He is excited and looking forward to this new chapter in his career. When he is not working he enjoys outdoor activities, golf, and time with his wife, children, and grandchildren and being involved in their lives.
Doug Guth joined Moore Wellness Systems in August 2018 after relocating from Illinois. He currently performs athletic training services at WestRock Folding in Knoxville, Tennessee. Doug received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology/Athletic Training from the University of Illinois and went on to attend Purdue University for his Master of Science in Health and Fitness. Throughout his athletic training career, Doug has been blessed to work side by side with several excellent sports medicine/orthopedic physicians and has gained valuable experience by working in the collegiate, physical therapy, and orthopedic office settings. Doug loves spending his free time with his wife, two daughters, and two goldendoodles. He also enjoys lifting weights, tackling random projects around the house, and cheering on the Fighting Illini.
Drew started his healthcare career as a massage therapist in 2004 prior to his pursuit of an athletic training degree. Drew completed his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training degree at Northern Kentucky University in 2012 and returned to his hometown of Auburn, Alabama to receive a Masters of Education at Auburn University in 2013. While at Auburn University, Drew worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the US ARMY at Ft. Benning, GA evaluating and treating injuries of soldiers in Basic Combat Training. This also gave him the opportunity to work with the US ARMY Rangers that went on to win the US ARMY’s prestigious Best Ranger Competition in 2013. For the last 6 years Drew has been a clinic outreach high school athletic trainer in Columbia, South Carolina and Asheville, North Carolina. In this time he has been a preceptor for the undergraduate athletic training programs at University of South Carolina and Western Carolina University. In addition to being a nationally certified athletic trainer and licensed massage therapist, Drew also is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), has a level 2 Functional Movement Screening certification (FMS) and a Certification of Applied Functional Science (CAFS). In his free time Drew enjoys spending time with his wife, playing disc golf, hiking, camping, martial arts and college football.
Geno Suda is a Licensed, Certified Athletic Trainer from Wilkes - Barre Pennsylvania who joined Moore Wellness systems in 2020. He earned his Bachelor's degree from King's College in 2016 and his Master's from East Stroudsburg University in 2017. Geno has professional experience with collegiate and high-school sports, safety and loss prevention, and owning / operating his own business. Geno is excited and honored to bring his knowledge to Moore Wellness Systems and grow within the company!
Griffin Wilson is a licensed, certified athletic trainer from Charlotte, North Carolina. Griffin graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2018 with his Bachelor of Science before going on to join Atrium Health in Charlotte. There, he got to work with several local high schools and a professional soccer team. Griffin joined Moore Wellness Systems in October 2019 and is stationed at the Tyson Foods Turkey Facility in Storm Lake, Iowa. In his spare time, Griffin enjoys hiking, camping, reading, learning new languages, and spending time with his friends and family."
Hayden Burch is a licensed, Certified Athletic Trainer from Riner, Virginia who joined Moore Wellness Systems in May 2020. Hayden received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Radford University, and his Master of Science in Kinesiology from University of North Georgia. At Radford University, Hayden worked with NCAA DI baseball, soccer, track and field, cross country, as well as multiple high schools. Hayden was also the head athletic trainer at Pelham High School for two years. In his spare time Hayden enjoys hiking, fishing and being outside.
Justin Wheeler is a licensed, certified Athletic Trainer from Holland, MI, and began his career with Moore Wellness Systems in April 2020. Justin received his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University in 2012. Up graduating, he spent time down south working at Louisiana Tech University. While at LA Tech, Justin received his Master of Kinesiology, with an emphasis in Sports Performance. In addition to getting his Master’s degree from LA Tech, he was the Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Men’s Basketball and Men’s Golf teams. After living in Ruston, LA for 4 years, he and his family moved north to Chattanooga, TN and worked in a private practice physical therapy clinic for 2 year. Most recently, Justin and his family have moved back to Michigan where he worked as a high school Athletic Trainer in West Michigan. He is excited to join Moore Wellness and work in a new environment with the industrial athlete. He has other certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Fascial Stretch Therapy, and Selective Functional Movement Assessment. Outside of work Justin enjoys anything that involved sports, hanging with his wife, Marny, and their two children, Mason and Eva.
Kevin Turpel began working for Moore Wellness Systems in January of 2020, he is a Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer in the state of Wisconsin. He’s working with the colleagues at the Greif Paper Mill in Milwaukee, WI. Born in New Jersey. He attended Concordia of Wisconsin whereat he received his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 1998. He obtained his Master of Exercise Science, with an emphasis in Rehabilitation Sciences from California University of Pennsylvania in 2016. Kevin has enjoyed 20 years working as an Athletic Trainer in his home state. Initially, he worked for several hospital organizations for their Outreach Athletic Training Programs covering local high schools. He’s happy to be back working in the industrial setting and believes working in this capacity best optimizes an athletic trainer’s many skill sets. ;Kevin possesses advanced specializations in the National Academy of Sports Medicine’s (NASM) Performance Enhancement and Corrective Exercise specialties and maintains a lifelong NASM – certification in personal training. His interests lie in; wellness, movement efficiency, movement enhancement, and exercise rehabilitation. Kevin is a fitness as well as sports enthusiast and enjoys spending time with his daughter Elaina.
Lisa Adkins is a certified and licensed athletic trainer from Butler, AL. She began her career with Moore Wellness Systems in July of 2018, working at the Demopolis, AL Mill and Eutaw, AL Folding Facility. She holds a bachelor’s degree in athletic training from the University of West Alabama. After graduating from UWA, she worked as an athletic trainer there with volleyball and the citizens from the surrounding communities. Lisa is an active member of NATA, SEATA, and ALATA. When she isn’t at work, Lisa loves to travel, spend time with her family and her 3 dogs.
Mandy Kisinger is a licensed and certified athletic trainer from Leslie, Arkansas. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Central Arkansas in 2009. She received a Masters degree in Education from Concordia University in Wisconsin in 2011, while working at a small NCAA D3 college as she earned her degree. After obtaining her Masters degree, she transitioned to a clinical setting with a Physical Therapy/Chiropractic clinic in West Palm Beach, Florida for a short time before returning to Arkansas and entering the secondary school and collegiate setting and working with area schools to provide athletic training coverage. She has spent the last several years (since 2012) as the athletic trainer for the Harrison Goblins, the local school district. She joined Moore Wellness Systems in January 2020 and works part time at the WestRock in Harrison, Arkansas. In her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her husband, Doug, and her 2 stepsons.
Matt is excited to be working with Moore Wellness Systems at International Paper - New Bern Mill. He comes in with varied experiences across industry, clinics, hospitals, recreation, and athletic settings (professional, college, and high school). He grew up in the Kansas City, KS region and has also worked in Tennessee and Texas, where he met his wife Brittany. Matt and Brittany are both athletic trainers, enjoy coffees and breakfasts, and love the small coastal town of New Bern, NC. They have lived here since June 2015 and make frequent trips up and down the Crystal Coast, Wilmington, and Cary. Matt has additional credentials as an Associate Safety Professional, Performance Enhancement Specialist, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and as a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist
Matthew Thao attended Bethel University in Arden Hills Minnesota. He is a Licensed Athletic Trainer, ACSM Personal Trainer and a Health coach. He has been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2015. His Athletic Training experiences include high school athletics to Division I sports, following with professional athletics. Outside of Athletic Training, he enjoys playing all sports, plays guitar and likes to travel. He enjoys building relationships, spending time with his family and enjoys educating others on health and wellness topics. Although originally from Southern California, he has grown to appreciate the changing seasons that the Midwest has to offer.
Max Whitsell is a certified and licensed athletic trainer from Maysville, Missouri who joined the Moore Wellness Systems team in November 2020 working at the Tyson Foods Facility in St. Joseph, Missouri. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Central Missouri and Master of Arts in Health and Kinesiology from Southeastern Louisiana University where he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer providing and care and coverage to the football and baseball programs. Upon graduation from Southeastern Louisiana, Max was elevated to full-time role as an Assistant Athletic Trainer which he worked for a year before accepting a position at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA as an athletic trainer for the Green Wave’s baseball program. He also served as a pre-season/training camp intern for the Kansas City Chiefs during the summer of 2013.
Mike began working with Moore Wellness System in August 2018 as a certified and licensed athletic trainer at the WestRock Paper Mill in Panama City, FL. He has over 30 years of experience working with some of the top Orthopedics surgeons in the country. He has worked the past eight years as the athletic trainer for an Orthopedic surgeon with facilities in Panama City, Crestview and Pensacola, FL. He worked in the clinical and outreach setting. He worked in the therapy setting as the sole provider for 3 years before transferring into the clinical setting as a physician extender where he did examinations, patient education, bracing, casting, assisted in ultrasound guided injections, preop and post op evaluations including suture, staple and drain removals. He is trained in NCS/EMG, MSK ultrasound and fluoroscopy. . He also worked training camps and minicamps with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Throughout the years he has worked with numerous high school athletes that have gone on to the professional level such as: Zack Greinke, pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers and recipient of the 2009 American League CY Young Award winner; Clete Thomas, Ken Oxendine, Dez White, Char-ron Dorsey, Travis Carroll. Mike enjoys woodworking and doing home improvements as well as fishing and hunting. He enjoys both college and professional football and spending quality time with his family. He is married with 3 children and 1 granddaughter.
Meredith Martindale is a Certified Athletic Trainer that started working with Moore Wellness Systems in July of 2019. She is a Nashville, TN native, but spent most of her life in Toledo, Ohio where she attended the University of Toledo and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2016. Following Toledo, she completed a full-year internship in Atlanta, GA with Georgia Tech Sports Medicine and worked primarily with the football, cross-country and track teams. After, she moved to Clemson, SC and attended Clemson University. For two years, she worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer with the Clemson Spirit Squad, while also earning her Masters Degree in Athletic Leadership. She has gained valuable experience working with Division I football, AAA minor league baseball and other Division I varsity sports. She now works at Greif Paper Mill and Tubing Plant in Taylors, SC. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with family, watching or attending any and all sporting events, hiking, yoga, and working out.
Mitch Holland is a licensed, certified athletic training from Grand Rapids, MI, who began his career with Moore Wellness Systems in April 2020. Mitch received his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Central Michigan University in 2013. Upon graduating, he spent time on the east coast working at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, primarily with baseball. While at SJU, Mitch received his Master of Heath Administration degree. Most recently, he was an assistant athletic trainer at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, MI, working primarily with Men’s and Women’s basketball. He is excited to transition to the industrial setting and provide a level of expertise in biomechanics and health/wellness to the “Industrial Athlete.” Outside of work, Mitch enjoys spending his time with his wife, Christine, and son, Theodore. An avid outdoorsmen, Mitch and his wife have a bucket list goal of hiking all U.S national parks.
Paige Doherty started working with Moore Wellness Systems in February 2020. She attended Lenoir-Rhyne University, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science in 2016. While there she was a member of the cross country and track teams and discovered Athletic Training. She continued her education at Lenoir-Rhyne University to receive a Master of Science in Athletic Training in 2018. While in school she served as a graduate assistant in the University Library. She gained experience working with high school teams, collegiate basketball and women's soccer, and NASCAR. After graduation, her first job was at Statesville high school where she served as their first Athletic trainer and built the program from the ground up. From there, she went on to work for Work-fit in the aviation industry. This is where she developed her passion for the Industrial Athletic Training setting. She is now a member of the Moore Wellness Systems team and is serving as the Athletic trainer at the WestRock folding facilities in Conover and Claremont, NC. Paige and her husband enjoy spending time with their family, which includes their 2 dogs. Paige enjoys spending her free time with trips to the dog park, hiking, running, travelling, reading, and spending quality time with family.
Paige began her athletic training profession with a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and Health Promotion Specialization from Michigan State University in 2012. She continued her education at Arizona State University, earning a Master’s degree in Higher and Post-secondary Education, while serving as a Graduate-Assistant Athletic Trainer for their Track and Field program. Paige completed a post-graduate internship at the University of Florida during the 2014-2015 season. Upon completion, she was hired as an Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Track & Field teams. She spent 4.5 years working with the nationally ranked program leaving with 3 NCAA Championship titles and 4 SEC Championship titles. Paige has had the pleasure of working with a wide variety of athletes and events, including World Championship and Olympic level track athletes. Paige transitioned into the industrial athletic training setting in 2018, while working with employees in the power distribution and delivery environment. She enjoys the industrial setting and has found passion in helping the "industrial athlete" demographic! Paige joined Moore Wellness Systems in October 2019 and currently works with WestRock in the Greensboro, NC area.
Raphael Graham started working with Moore Wellness Systems in September 2012. He attended Valdosta State University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2011. He gained valuable experience working with collegiate football, baseball, basketball and local high school teams. He also completed an internship with Resurgens Orthopaedics assisting with post-surgical rehabilitations. He began his career with Moore Wellness Systems, starting up the Industrial ATC program for the WestRock Corrugated Packaging Containerboard Mill in Panama City, FL for 6 years. He has now transferred near his home town in Atlanta and works with the GREIF Mill Group. He enjoys spending time with family, teaching and serving in the church, watching UGA football, and playing sports in his spare time.
Ricky Alcantara graduated in 2003 from Texas State University, at San Marcos. He started his career in Athletic Training in 2003 with the Atlanta Braves minor league system, and worked his way to triple A team, right below the major league team in Atlanta. He enjoyed all 13 seasons and moments, helping and working with top athletes as that setting taught him a lot. In 2008 Ricky moved to Myrtle Beach, SC where he met my wife and enjoyed his time at the beach and low country meals. Ricky grew up in the Dallas area, so it’s good to be back and he is excited to start a new chapter in his life and career. He likes to watch the NFL (Cowboys), more so when they win and enjoys trying new restaurants with his wife. Ricky and his wife love spending time with their dog and love dogs over all. They both like to stay fit and healthy.
Thomas Kennison “TJ” was born and grew up in Barre, Vermont. He is considered an outdoors person, because he loves to hunt, snowboard, and tinker on other projects.He attended college at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA, and while attending college, provided health care services for Division 1 college athletes, high school athletes & the PT clinic population. After college, he joined the industrial setting for Athletic Training, working with a diverse population at a utilities company. Helping provide health care, ergonomic assessments, wellness initiatives, and much more. He joined Moore Wellness Systems January 2019.
Trevor Huizenga earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Central College in 2017. During his time as a Dutch, he studied Exercise Science: Athletic Training and Chemistry: Pre-Medicine, while also competing on the football field as an outside linebacker. As part of the extensive and thorough Athletic Training program at Central College, he had the privilege of working with a number of Central sports teams, including women’s basketball and baseball during his senior year. He also gained valuable experience through shadowing an Orthopedic Surgeon at Iowa Ortho, in both the clinic and the OR. After becoming a certified and licensed Athletic Trainer by the state of Iowa in 2017, he provided coverage for the Drake University-Junior Olympics and numerous Central College athletic summer camps. After traveling to California for 6 months, he returned to his home town to work as a Direct Support Professional at L’Arche Clinton, a non profit organization that provides services to individuals with developmental and intellectual disability. Trevor joined Moore Wellness Systems in 2019, and is stationed at the Westrock plant located in Clinton, IA. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, reading, playing sports, working out, hiking, drawing, learning new skills, building things, and spending time with his family, just to name a few.
Justin Mark Mitchell, ATC
October 13, 1988 – March 27, 2018
Justin Mitchell, ATC worked with our Moore Wellness Systems team at the Weyerhaeuser facilities in Columbus, Mississippi. Justin was an outstanding ATC and an even better person. In the years he worked at the two facilities in Columbus, Justin proved to be an integral component in the work to help every employee with their overall health and wellness. From my first meeting with him, I could tell immediately that Justin lived through example of what it means to be a good person. To quote his obituary, “Justin was known well as a man of honesty and integrity. Justin was a leader in his church as a minister and demonstrated his walk with Christ in every decision he made. Justin loved doing for others and always put others ahead of himself.” These words describe Justin perfectly.
Justin passed away very suddenly on March 27, 2018. We at Moore Wellness Systems are blessed to be able to say we knew him as a co-worker and friend. Justin’s influence on Moore Wellness Systems will continue forever. His candid input about business decisions have been and will continue to be a part of the mission statement and business plan as long as this business continues.
While we mourn the passing of Justin, we give thanks for the chance to know him and for his work in all aspects of his life. He will be missed by our entire staff. May our friend rest in peace.
Owner, Moore Wellness Systems