Edward J. Sedory
Credentials: MEd, ATC, EMT-T, TSAC-F
Certification: IDN Foundation Training
United States Marine Corps
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24164 Belleau Ave Quantico, Virginia 22134
Summary BioJay Sedory has been an athletic trainer for over 15 years and an emergency medical professional for more than 12 years. The majority of his work experience is in law enforcement and military settings such as; The United States Marine Corps, The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Drug Enforcement Administration. His unique experience, background, and skill set allow him to serve with multiple roles and responsibilities.
He is a staff instructor for Counter Narcotics and Terrorism Operational Medical Support (CONTOMS) and a deployable asset for the United States Department of Health Tactical Medicine Branch. He is directly involved in operations, prevention, and disaster relief programs.
He has been instrumental in bringing awareness and education of environmental injuries to other federal agencies such as The State Department and Department of Interior - Wildland Fire. He was the principle contributor in the “Prevention” domain of Board of Certification Role of Delineation Study/ Practice Analysis 7th edition.
Professionally, Jay has been a leader and volunteer in many areas. Currently, he serves on the Board of Certification under the Reinstatement Panel and is the Past-President for the Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association. During his state presidency (2014-2016), the VATA was able to include the use of “Oxygen” during emergency events such as sickle cell in the state regulations. He was the District 3 representative to the National Young Professional’s Committee.