District II of the National Athletic Trainers' Association makes up the geographic region which includes the states of Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. All
members of the NATA that reside in these states are automatically
members of District II.
The District Executive Council determines
how this District money is spent and carries on the business of
the District. The Executive Council is made up of the District Director,
Secretary, and Treasurer, and the Presidents of each of the state
organizations. The Director, Secretary, and Treasurer are selected
by district wide elections. The state Presidents are elected by
the individual state organization members.
The EATA is an umbrella organization
that encompasses all of District I and II. All NATA members that
reside within the six District I states (New England) and the four
District II states are automatically members of the EATA. There
are no dues required with being an EATA member. The EATA was formed
in 1949, and as an organization actually predates the NATA. The EATA
convention serves as the District meeting for Districts I and II.
No other NATA Districts work as closely together or have the history
of the EATA. Through the EATA, Districts I and II also provide for
student scholarships and support research in the field of athletic
The state organizations of Delaware - Delaware Athletic Trainers' Association.; Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society; New
Jersey- Athletic Trainers' Society of New Jersey; and New York - The New York State Athletic Trainers' Association; are made up
of those NATA members living in a given state. When you join the
NATA, you automatically become a member of your state organization.
The NATA uses a person's preferred address to assign them to their
It is the hope of the
District II Executive Board that all NATA members living within
its boundaries will become active members in each of.these different,
but interrelated organizations.