Hannah Johnson is an Athletic Trainer with Premier Sports Performance and Recovery.  

Before PSPaR, Hannah was a Student Intern Athletic Trainer through the Professional Baseball Athletic Training Society with the Kane County Cougars, the Arizona Diamondbacks A Affiliate in Geneva, IL.  Previously, she was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Georgia State University where she earned her Master of Science – Exercise Science 2017-2019. While assisting with all teams, she primarily worked with Cross Country and Track and Field in her first year.  In her second year, Hannah was the first female Athletic Trainer to work with the Panther Baseball team. During this time Hannah also assisted in local coverage of Perfect Game baseball, the Atlanta Entertainment Basketball League, and numerous NCAA DI games and tournaments hosted by GSU.  

In the 2016-2017 academic year, Hannah worked as an Intern Athletic Trainer at Kennesaw State University with Club Sports and Intramurals.  She assisted the Head Athletic Trainer to provide medical service for 1200+ athletes and 40+ sport teams.  

Hannah earned her Bachelor of Science – Athletic Training at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in 2012.  During her undergraduate career, she worked primarily with Women’s Soccer, Logan High School (La Crosse, WI), Indoor and Outdoor Men’s and Women’s Track and Field, Wrestling, Football, and Baseball.  In that time, she volunteered for the WIAA High School State Championships and witnessed numerous WIAC Conference Titles and 10 National Titles. She was also the Head Athletic Training Student for the 2015 Baseball Team that achieved UWL’s first appearance in the DIII National Championship Series in Appleton, WI.  

Hannah currently resides in Sandy Springs, GA and enjoys exploring the area as well as the beaches and mountains Georgia has to offer.  She continues to follow Wisconsin’s professional teams, the Wisconsin Badgers, the UWL Eagles, and curling (despite moving to a warmer climate).