Nick Lambertsen, MBA, MS, ATC received a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Brigham Young University where his clinical assignments included Football, Men’s Lacrosse, and Men’s Soccer. After certifying as an athletic trainer and leaving BYU, Nick attended Utah State University where he received a Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine while working with Women’s Softball. He also had the opportunity to work with USU Football, who went on to win the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. Despite a BYU and USU rivalry, Nick is an avid fan of both programs.
Upon graduation, Nick and his family moved to Alaska where he worked as an athletic trainer for a major orthopedic group, which provided medical coverage for ten high schools, three semi-professional baseball teams, and two competitive soccer clubs. During this time he began work on an additional Master’s degree in Business Administration from Louisiana State University-Shreveport, which he recently completed.
Nick has a passion for athletics, especially soccer and basketball and seeks to make a difference in the lives of those athletes, on and off the field. Having grown up in a small town in northern Utah, Nick is thrilled at the opportunity to make a difference in the Jerome and Wendell communities.