Brad E. Morgan MEd, LAT, ATC
I live with my wife and three of my four kids (my oldest moved back to Ohio to work with my brother) in Gainesville. We have been in Florida for three years and don’t miss the snow of Cleveland, Ohio. Before coming down here, I worked for 22 years as an AT in northeast Ohio, most of that time in an outreach capacity from hospitals to high schools.
I graduated from The Ohio State University in 1995 with a bachelors in Exercise Science while being one of the last classes to complete the internship route into the field of Athletic Training. In 2011, I graduated from Cleveland State University with a Masters Degree in Education. Currently, I work for UF Health in an outreach role where I am assigned to two small schools in Levy County, Bronson and Cedar Key.
I have spent time working for the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association by serving on the clinical and industrial and secondary schools committees). I worked closely with the Ohio High School Athletic Association in designing their weight assessment rule for wrestling when that became an issue in the mid-2000s and co-founded a concussion clinic with my coworker in Ohio in 2015.
In northeast Ohio communities, I spent time working with various football and wrestling youth organizations to assure that they were following safe practices and working to increase their awareness of athletic trainers. I also served on my church’s council where I was the liaison to the health and wellness and technology committees.
Since coming to Florida, my interest in helping advance the profession has continued by serving with the ATAF secondary schools committee.
In whatever spare time my wife and I can find to spend together, you will likely find us on our boat touring the coastal waters and inland lakes.
I have worked in this field for many years in a few settings and in a couple of states. To date, I have reaped the rewards of many people who paved the way before me to make our field a successful profession and I have always enjoyed giving back through the state associations to which I was formerly and am currently affiliated. I look forward to addressing the concerns of NE Florida in the state association and representing their voice in the ATAF.
Amra Mujagic, MS, LAT, ATC
I've lived in Florida for most of my life and graduated from Florida International University in May of 2016 with a Master's in Athletic Training. Since then, I've held positions at a physical therapy clinic, a middle/high school, a NAIA university, and currently in the NCAA Division II at Barry University. I am the athletic trainer for the men's soccer and women's rowing teams, I handle part of the administrative duties for the department, and I am a preceptor for Barry's undergraduate athletic training program.
It would be an honor to be the representative for the South II region of ATAF. To be amongst those who lead and advocate for the advancement and recognition of our profession is a responsibility I'm excited to undertake. With the amount of change in policies and legislature that still needs to be improved, I feel my communication skills, creativity, and ambitious personality would be beneficial in implementing such great ideas.