Rehberg, Dr. Robb
Robb Rehberg, PhD, ATC, NREMT
Robb is a tenured professor and Coordinator of Athletic Training Clinical Education in the Department of Kinesiology at William Paterson University. He also serves as the lead Athletic Trainer Spotter for the National Football League for the New York Jets, and in July 2019, assumed the role of coordinating the AT spotter program league-wide. He has served as a consultant to the legal and insurance industries since 2006. In 2009, he co- founded the Rehberg Konin Group, a consulting firm specializing in consulting in sports medicine, sport safety and risk management. He is also the founder, President and CEO of Sport Safety International, an organization dedicated to promoting safe participation in sport and physical activity through education. Robb is a textbook author and frequent speaker at regional, national and international conferences. He is a former president of the Athletic Trainers' Society of New Jersey (ATSNJ), and currently serves on the Society's Governmental Affairs Committee. He previously served on the NATA Foundation Board of Directors, and as treasurer of the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association. Robb is a Hall of Fame member of both the Athletic Trainers' Society of New Jersey and the New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Association, is the recipient the Service Award from both the ATSNJ and NATA, and was recognized as a Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer by the NATA. He has also received the NATA's Excellence in Continuing Education award and the William T. Griffin Award for Excellence in Legislative Advocacy. He was also recognized by Montclair State University for his efforts in responding to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11, He earned his bachelor's degree in Athletic Training, with a minor in Health Science from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Sport Science degree with an emphasis in Sport Management from the United States Sports Academy, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Health Science with a concentration in international health research and education from Touro University International.