Shauna Blanquie, A native of the Northern Bay Area, who resides in Sonoma County is a certified athletic trainer and injury rehabilitation specialist at Santa Rosa Junior College as well as a professor in Sports Medicine at both SRJC and Sonoma State University. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine from Fresno State University and a Master of Science degree in Sports Medicine & Injury Studies from Long Beach State University. Shauna worked with the Long Beach State Baseball team as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer and then was the first ever full time staff athletic trainer (and first female) to be hired by the baseball team. Shauna specializes in Sports Medicine in Baseball and in addition to Fresno State & Long Beach State Baseball, she has worked with the San Francisco Giants & Cincinnati Reds, as well as Florida Atlantic, UC Berkeley, Perfect Game and USA Junior Olympic Baseball. She has also spent countless hours working with Fresno State and SRJC football, closely studying football specific injuries, including continuing research in concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). She also has experience with many other sports including professional bull riding & rodeo, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, and water polo. Shauna is also dedicated to help develop young Athletic Training professionals by teaching at SRJC, SSU and by example in the athletic training clinic, and through participation in the Bay Area sports community as well as in Sonoma County Athletic Trainers’ Association.