Kathryn Bonecutter, MS, ATC, LAT

Kathyrn Bonecutter

Kathryn is the clinical coordinator for the Emory Sports Medicine Center in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also the director of the Emory Athletic Trainer Residency program currently going in to her third year as director. Kathryn came to Emory from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

A native of Clarksville, Tennessee, Kathryn graduated from Austin Peay State University, majoring in Health Specialization with a minor in Physical Education. During her time at Austin Peay, Kathryn served as a student athletic trainer and a student athletic training intern, assisting with football, volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Cross Country/Track, Women’s Soccer, and Softball. Kathryn received her master's degree in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Athletic Training from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. While in Chattanooga she served as a student athletic trainer for football, men's basketball, softball and wrestling as well as high school football and softball.

Kathryn joined the team at Emory Sports Medicine immediately following graduate school and served as the clinical athletic trainer who assisted a sports medicine physician for 2.5 years before transitioning into the role of clinical lead. For the last two years, Kathryn has assumed the position of clinical coordinator and director of the AT residency program. Throughout her time at Emory, Kathryn has also served as the athletic trainer for women's soccer and men's basketball at Georgia Perimeter Junior College, athletic trainer for Tucker High School football and soccer teams and for the Atlanta Phoenix (a women’s full contact football team). Kathryn enjoys staying in shape by running and training for half marathons as well as dancing salsa.