Amy Behan is the assistant athletic trainer contracted by Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) for Columbus Academy and has been in the role since July 2017. Amy works with all middle and upper school athletic programs on campus and provides medical coverage for the annual Charlie David Dinner. She is a certified American Heart Association CPR instructor, culture team lead and clinic and outreach athletic trainer at NCH, as well as Functional Movement Screen (FMS) certified. Amy was previously contracted out to Mechanicsburg Exempted Village Schools for three years through her work with Memorial Hospital. She holds a B.S. in athletic training from The Ohio State University. Amy has two Siberian huskies named Zeus and Odin.
Amy’s favorite thing about Columbus Academy
“My favorite thing about CA is the relationships built between the lower school and the upper school student through programs like kindergarten buddies. It prompts a strong sense of community between the students and also is a great way to foster mentorship skills in the senior students.”
“On the weekends, I play broomball at OSU. It is a mix between hockey and soccer and is played on ice without skates. I also participate in half marathons and mud runs in my free time.”
Favorite sports teams
Ohio State Buckeyes and the Columbus Blue Jackets.
- B.A. The Ohio State University , Athletic Training