|Title:||Associate Athletic Trainer|
|Alma Mater:||Elon '02, McDaniel '04|
|Sports:||Football, Women's Ice Hockey, Baseball|
A native of Reisterstown, Jaime Harris begins her seventh year at Stevenson in 2018-19.
Harris also serves as an instructor for CPR and First Aid for the University.
Harris came to Stevenson from CCBC Essex where she served as the head athletic trainer for eight years from 2004-12, providing coverage for nine teams including basketball, lacrosse, baseball, soccer, volleyball, cross country and indoor track as a member of MedStar Union Memorial Sports Medicine.
From 2007-10, Harris worked with the Baltimore Mariners of the American Indoor Football Association where she was a part of the Mariners' undefeated league championship team in 2010.
Harris also has experience with Ripken Baseball, the Under Armour All-American lacrosse games, the AlliSports Dew Tour and the Baltimore Sports and Social Club and served as an adjunct professor at CCBC Essex in the health and physical education department.
Prior to working for MedStar, Harris was a graduate intern at UMBC, working with the Retrievers' women's basketball, field hockey, baseball, softball and swimming teams while while persuing her master of science degree in exercise physiology at McDaniel in 2004.
Harris, who is a 2002 graduate of Elon with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training with a minor in health education, is an American Heart Association BLS instructor and is NATABOC certified.