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Carlitta Moore has served in the role of the Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer at Fayetteville State University since 2012.

Moore returned to the FSU family as the first African-American female Head Athletic Trainer at Fayetteville State. She is a member of various athletic training organizations. She was named the 2016 Staff Employee of the Year and served as Ms. FSU Alumni 2015-2016. Moore is the President of the CIAA Athletic Trainers' Association and a contributing member of the CIAA Management Council.

A 2007 graduate of Fayetteville State, Moore spent two years as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Saint Augustine's University in Raleigh, NC. During her time at SAU, Moore assisted with the medical coverage for 16 sports teams as well as the George Williams Express Professional Track Team. She was also an instructor and taught Introduction to Athletic Training.

Moore spent one year prior to working at Saint Augustine's as an Athletic Trainer at Champion Sports Medicine in Birmingham, AL. Her responsibilities at Champion included: aquatic therapy, hand therapy, sports injury rehabilitation, pediatrics, work conditioning and orthopedics. Moore also provided outreach coverage at Pelham High School.

She received her Master's of Science degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2009 where her major was Health and Human Performance - Athletic Training. She served as an Athletic Training Student during her time at UT-Chattanooga.

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