For more than 37 years, Julie Max has served her fellow Titans on the playing fields, in Titan Gym and in the halls and classrooms of the Kinesiology and Health Science Building. Her campus peers have called her a mentor, a mother, a leader, a teacher, a friend and an inspiration.
But her influence has been felt throughout her profession. She has led as the first female president of the National Athletics Trainers Association and been inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame. And now Max has been given the additional honor of NATA’s Eve Becker-Doyle Leadership Award, the highest recognition given to one of a members, specifically for outstanding leadership and volunteerism in the organization.