Board of Directors

Marjorie J. Albohm, M.S., A.T.C., L.A.T.

Director, Ossur Academy 

Ossur Americas

Past President, National Athletic Trainers Assn.

NATA Hall of Fame 1999 

Ms. Albohm travels internationally as Director of Ossur Academy, responsible for education, clinical research and Fellowships in the Americas. She is a highly regarded speaker, lecturing on a range of musculoskeletal and sports medicine-related topics.  
As a leading expert in the field of musculoskeletal health care, Ms. Albohm’s focus bridges experts and experience to advise the baby boomer generation in the prevention and management of their health care involving concerns of joints, muscles, and conditions such as osteoarthritis. The emergent field is exploding, as so many of the 60 million defy time and maintain their passion for active lifestyles beyond traditional patterns.

National and international events including the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, the 1991 World Gymnastics Championships, the 1988 Track and Field Olympic Trials, the 1987 Pan American Games, and the 1980 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid are among the venues where Ms. Albohm has served in key positions on the medical staff and coordinated medical coverage for tens of thousands of elite athletes. She also serves on the board of directors for Datalys Sports Injury Surveillance Research Center, Indianapolis, IN.

Guest appearances include The Today Show, CNN House Calls with Sanjay Gupta and ESPN Real Sports with Briant Gumbel. As an expert in the field, she is quoted frequently in trade journals, consumer periodicals and the media. She authored the book, Health Care and the Female Athlete, and co-authored Your Injury - A Common Sense Guide to Sports Injuries, and Reimbursement for Athletic Trainers.

Marjorie Albohm was one of the first women in the nation certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. She has received the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, the Tim Kerin Award for Excellence in Athletic Training, and is a member of the NATA Hall of Fame. Spanning over 38 years of service, Ms. Albohm has contributed in positions of President, NATA, Vice president NATA, President NATA Research and Education Foundation, Secretary/Treasurer NATA board of directors, and Director, District 4, to the NATA board of directors, and Chairperson NATA Reimbursement Advisory Group.

Marjorie J. Albohm received her BS degree from Valparaiso University and her MS degree from Indiana State University.   

Greg Dummer, CAE


The AOSSM Board of Directors is pleased to announce Greg Dummer, CAE as the Society’s next chief executive, replacing Irv Bomberger who will retire at the end of July. For the past 16 years, Mr. Dummer was CEO of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS), a multi-disciplinary scientific society for academic, government and industry researchers.

“Greg’s 25 years of non-profit society management experience and wealth of expertise in strategic planning, membership development, international collaboration and publishing will help grow our Society and meet our future opportunities and challenges,” said Allen Anderson, MD, AOSSM President.

During his time at SLAS, Greg led the Board leadership through the successful merger of two international science societies, helped launch in-person and online educational programming, established a $1 million educational fund to annually award $100,000 research grants and facilitated author workshops at universities and conferences throughout Europe and Asia. In addition, his previous experience included serving as a manager/supervisor/director for Smith, Bucklin & Associates (SBA), the world’s largest association management firm, where he oversaw marketing and communications programs for 25+ association clients.

“I am pleased to be able to turn over my executive responsibilities to Greg. He has a stellar reputation in the association management field, and I believe his professional strengths and personal qualities are a unique fit for the Society that will provide for its continued growth. AOSSM is a special organization, and I am sure Greg will serve the profession well,” said Bomberger.

Greg is a Certified Association Executive through the American Society of Association Executives and was named one of the Top 25 Non-Profit CEOs in the United States by CEO Update magazine in 2009. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin.

“I am excited to be joining the AOSSM team and look forward to cultivating, learning from and leading staff, members and the orthopaedic sports medicine community to future growth and excellence,” said Dummer.

Brian Hainline, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer, Vice President Sport Science Institute, NCAA

Brian Hainline, M.D., is Chief Medical Officer of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).  As the NCAA’s first Chief Medical Officer, Brian oversees the NCAA Sport Science Institute, a national center of excellence whose mission is to promote and develop safety, excellence, and wellness in college student-athletes, and to foster life-long physical and mental development.  The NCAA Sport Science Institute works collaboratively with member institutions and Centers of Excellence across the United States.  For over 20 years, Brian has been actively involved in sports medicine.  He co-authored Drugs and the Athlete, and played a pivotal role the development of drug testing and education protocols worldwide.  He has served on the New York State Medical Advisory Board, the USOC Sports Medicine Committee, and was a founding member of the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Neurology Sports Neurology Section, where he serves as vice-chair.  Brian has played a pivotal role in the development of health and safety standards in tennis, both nationally and internationally.  He was Chief Medical Officer of the US Open Tennis Championships for 16 years, and then served as Chief Medical Officer of the United States Tennis Association before moving to the NCAA.  He is chair of the International Tennis Federation Sport Science & Medicine Commission, and oversaw the rollout of international wheelchair tennis competition, a sport for which he wrote the rules of eligibility for both para- and quad-tennis.  Brian is Clinical Professor of Neurology at New York University Langone School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine.  


Kathleen McNeely

Senior Vice President for Administration and CFO, NCAA

Kathleen T. McNeely is Vice President of Administration and Chief Financial Officer of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and has served in this role since April 2011.  Kathleen’s responsibilities at the NCAA include all financial activity, facility operations, information technology and human resources.  Prior to joining the NCAA, Kathleen was Associate Vice President and Executive Director of Financial Management Services, Indiana University.  She had been with Indiana University since 1982 in various financial administrative positions.   In previous years, Kathleen was a member of both NACUBO’s Accounting Principles Council and University Research Council.  She is the 2003 recipient of NACUBO’s Dani

el D. Robinson award, which recognizes individual excellence and leadership in the advancement of college and university accounting and reporting.  
In 2011, Kathleen also received the Indiana University Distinguished Service Medal.  

Kathleen is currently treasurer for the National Arts Museum of Sport board, a board member and secretary of Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) and a board member of the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), LLC, the Indiana Sports Corporation and Arbiter Sports.    Kathleen is also a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars.   Kathleen holds a B.S. in Finance from the Kelley School of Business and a Masters in Public Administration with a Finance concentration, both from Indiana University.

Nico Pronk, PhD, FACSM, FAWHP

President, HealthPartners Institute
Chief Science Officer, HealthPartners, Inc.

Dr. Nico Pronk is President of the HealthPartners Institute and Chief Science Officer at HealthPartners, Inc. and holds faculty appointments as Affiliate Full Professor of Health Policy and Management at the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health in Minneapolis, Minnesota and as Visiting Scientist of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Pronk’s work is focused on connecting evidence of effectiveness with practical applications of programs and practices, policies and systems that measurably improve population health and well-being. His work applies to the workplace, the health system setting, and the community and involves development of new models to improve health and well-being at the research, practice and policy levels.
Dr. Pronk was confirmed by the White House to serve as co-chair of the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services’ Advisory Committee on National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for the year 2030 (aka “Healthy People 2030”). He is a current member of the Food and Nutrition Board and Chair for the Roundtable on Obesity Solutions at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. He serves on the board of directors for the Health Enhancement Research Organization and is the founding and past president of the International Association for Worksite Health Promotion.
He is widely published in both the scientific and practice literatures and is an international speaker on population health and well-being. Dr. Pronk received his doctorate degree in exercise physiology at Texas A&M University and completed his post-doctoral studies in behavioral medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
HealthPartners Institute is one of the largest medical research and education centers in the Midwest, the Institute has about 450 studies underway each year, trains more than 700 medical residents and fellows and more than 500 students. HealthPartners, founded in 1957 as a cooperative, is an integrated, non-profit, member-governed health system providing health care services and health plan financing and administration. It's the largest consumer governed nonprofit health care organization in the United States.


Lynette Craft, PhD, FACSM

Chief Science Officer, American College of Sports Medicine

Lynette Craft, PhD, FACSM, is currently the Chief Science Officer of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). She completed her BS degree in Psychology at Indiana University, her MS degree in Exercise Science at Arizona State University, her PhD in Kinesiology at Michigan State University, and post-doctoral training in Health Psychology at Boston University School of Medicine. Prior to joining the staff of ACSM, she spent her academic career conducting research focused on the use of exercise as an adjunct to traditional treatments for clinical depression and the mechanisms underlying the exercise-depression relationship. That included studies examining psychosocial factors predictive of exercise participation among depressed women, the use of home- and facility-based exercise interventions to alleviate depressive symptoms, and studies examining psychological factors that moderate the exercise-depression relationship. Her more recent work examined the effects of exercise on the cancer-related symptom cluster of depression, pain, and fatigue in breast cancer survivors.
Lynette joined ACSM in 2012 as the Vice President for Evidence Based Practice and Scientific Affairs. In that role, she provided expertise and oversight to ensure that evidence based practice protocols and processes were followed when developing and disseminating official statements of the College. In 2017, Dr. Craft transitioned to her current position as ACSM’s Chief Science Officer. She provides day-to day oversight for all scientific and research activities of the College, including communicating to members and key stake-holders the scientific and research mission of the College, ACSM’s scientific priorities, and opportunities for engagement. In addition, she works with staff and members to implement ACSM’s strategic plan related to science and research. Further, she is responsible for scientific relationship development and collaboration with outside organizations and industry.

Stephanie Kliethermes, PhD

Research Director, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Stephanie Kliethermes, PhD is the Research Director for the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, WI. As Research Director for AMSSM, Stephanie is responsible for coordinating all research and grant related operations for the society. Primarily, she facilitated the AMSSM Collaborative Research Network (CRN), which is housed at UW-Madison, and was established in August 2016. The mission of the CRN is to foster multi-site collaborative research with the goal of improving the practice of sports medicine. In her faculty role at UW-Madison, Stephanie collaborates on numerous research projects including youth and adolescent sport participation, bone health in adolescent populations, and running biomechanics through the UW Badger Athletic Performance Program. Methodological interests and expertise include the application of longitudinal data analyses and Bayesian statistics to public-health and sports medicine issues.
Stephanie completed her BA degree in Mathematics and English at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI. She then obtained her MS and PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Iowa. Prior to joining AMSSM and UW-Madison, Stephanie founded and directed the Biostatistics Core of the Clinical Research Office at the Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, Il.

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