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Promoting Student-Athlete Wellness and Substance Abuse Prevention

Anna Filardo, M.S.

Anna Filardo
National Center for Drug Free Sport
Phone: 
816-285-1429

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Anna is the Education Program Manager at the National Center for Drug Free Sport, overseeing Drug Free Sport AXIS™ by reviewing dietary supplements and prescription drugs submissions from athletes and athletic administration throughout the United States. A Certified Personal Trainer, she possesses a Master of Science degree in Exercise Science and Wellness. She has experience working with high-caliber athletes at the University of Missouri – Columbia as a student athletic trainer, along with having been a state-level golfing competitor in Missouri high school athletics. Passionate about health, wellness and the development of student-athletes, Anna’s experience allows her to relate to real anecdotes of student-athletes’ daily challenges. She believes that her work contributes to athletes and athletic administration realizing health, safety, and quality of life practicalities for all involved.