Joni Davenport is currently the Clinical Education Coordinator for the Athletic Training Program and serves as a Clinical Athletic Trainer. Her primary sport responsibility is with the Men’s Basketball program. She also teaches several courses including all clinical courses in the Athletic Training Program.
Joni received her B.S. in Athletic Training from the University of West Alabama in 2007. Upon graduation from UWA, she completed a graduate assistantship at Alabama A&M University while earning her M.S. in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Rehabilitation Counseling. Following the completion of her graduate assistantship, Joni took a position with Pro Impact Physical Therapy & Sports Performance in Montgomery, AL where she was assigned to Huntingdon College. During her time there, she served as the Co-Head Athletic Trainer for 2 years followed by being named the Head Athletic Trainer in July 2012. As the Co-Head Athletic Trainer she was primarily responsible for the coverage of men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, and baseball. As the Head Athletic Trainer her primary sport coverage consisted of volleyball, women’s basketball, and baseball while providing assistance to other sports as needed. While at Huntingdon College she also served as a preceptor to the students in the Athletic Training Program. She is currently working on her Doctorate of Athletic Training at A.T. Still University and should graduate in June 2018.
A.T. Still University Doctorate of Athletic Training- Expected Graduation June 2018
Alabama A&M University Master's of Science in Counseling Psychology- May 2010
University of West Alabama Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training- May 2007