Lindsy McLean to Headline NATAPAC Breakfast
The NATA Political Action Committee’s biggest annual fundraiser, the NATAPAC Breakfast, is always one of the most-sought after tickets at the annual convention. Attendees enjoy a served breakfast, a great opportunity to network with peers and an inspiring keynote address from a relevant keynote speaker. NATA Hall of Famer Lindsy McLean, AT Ret., will be the featured speaker at the NATAPAC Breakfast 7-9 a.m. June 27 at the 69th NATA Clinical Symposia & AT Expo in New Orleans. This breakfast, always one of the hottest tickets at the NATA convention, benefits the NATA Political Action Committee’s efforts to seek better working conditions, fair access and the right to practice for all athletic trainers across America. McLean was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1988 in recognition of an impressive career that includes being the head athletic trainer for the San Francisco 49ers from 1979-2003. Prior to working in the NFL, McLean was the head athletic trainer at the University of Michigan, University of California and San Jose State University. He has always been involved in advancing the profession as an active volunteer. McLean helped restructure NATA in the 1970s as chairman of the certification committee and was instrumental in the establishment of the athletic training certification exam and requirements.
Courtesy of Ky Kugler, D8 NATAPAC BOD Representative