Amy Von Hatten is entering her second year at Kaskaskia College. She is employed through St. Joseph’s Hospital. She hopes to bring the core values of the hospital to Kaskaskia College in order to accomplish better patient care through the following values: care, competence, joy, and respect.
Von Hatten graduated in 2006 from McKendree University with her Bachelor of Science dual degree in Athletic Training and Health and Education with a minor in Sport Psychology. She continued her education by obtaining a Masters of Education degree with an emphasis in Sports Management from Missouri Baptist University in 2008.
Von Hatten spent 4 years at Missouri Baptist University from 2006-2010. After her first year as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, she became the Assistant Athletic Trainer. Amy’s primary sports included Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, and Softball with shared responsibility of other sports.
Just prior to joining Kaskaskia College, Von Hatten spent 4 years at McKendree University as an Assistant Athletic Trainer from 2010-2014. In her time there she gained valuable experience by working numerous sports with her primary sports being Women’s Basketball and Baseball.
Von Hatten is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and she is certified as a professional rescuer with the American Red Cross. She resides in Breese, Illinois with her husband Craig and their son Carson.