Catie LeBlanc joined the Mount Holyoke staff in June of 2018 as assistant athletic trainer. She is a former athletic trainer at Cheshire Medical Center.
LeBlanc came to Mount Holyoke College after spending the last year working as the athletic trainer at the Cheshire Medical Center in Keene, New Hampshire. During her tenure, she served at the orthopedic clinic, providing daily patient intake and care, and developing home exercise programs. Prior to her time at the Cheshire Medical Center, LeBlanc was the assistant athletic trainer at Longwood University. Her primary responsibilities included the sports of women's soccer, men's and women's tennis, women's basketball and club cheerleading. While at Longwood, Leblanc served as an adjunct instructor, teaching basic skills in athletic training as well as injury mechanism and assessment. LeBlanc supervised student athletic trainers as a clinical preceptor and assisted with hiring and training new staff and graduate athletic trainers. She also implemented and monitored both short-term and post-operative long-term rehabilitation programs.
LeBlanc has also served as the assistant athletic trainer at Iona College and as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at St. Anne's-Belfield School.
Throughout her career, LeBlanc has taken part in several volunteer opportunities including the Summit All-Star Championship at ESPN Wide World of Sports and the Field Hockey Commonwealth Games.
A member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA), LeBlanc earned her Master of Education from the University of Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Science from Springfield College where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.