Marc Wysocki MS, ATC/L, CES, EMT-B
Head Athletic Trainer
Marc started at Berkshire School in August of 2001. He received his bachelor’s degree in Sports Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from Colby-Sawyer College in 1994. He obtained his Master’s Degree in Science for Athletic Training from Springfield College and became a certified athletic trainer in 1996. Marc has worked at Plymouth State College and U. S. Merchant Marine Academy as the assistant athletic trainer and an instructor of CPR/First Aid and Health. He also worked at New England Sports Therapy working with patients in the clinic during the morning hours and spending the afternoons as the athletic trainer for Barrington High School (RI). Marc has experience working with the Topeka Scarecrows of the Central Hockey League while working through the Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital. He was fortunate to volunteer for two weeks as the U.S. Olympic Medical Staff in 2004. He mainly worked with wrestling and weightlifting while the athletes were preparing to go to Greece for the summer Olympics. Marc has become an emergency medical technician (EMT) through the state of Massachusetts where he volunteers his services for Southern Berkshire Volunteer Ambulance Service. He recently earned a certification of Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and he serves as a volunteer firefighter for the town of Sheffield. Marc also serves as the Assistant Athletic Director.
Brian Lewton, MS, ATC, NASM-CES
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Since graduating from Northeastern University in 2005, Brian has sought advanced degrees and certifications while working in the Secondary School setting. Brian completed a Master’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with a concentration in Rehabilitation Science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2008. That same year, he became a Corrective Exercise Specialist through National Academy of Sports Medicine. He has since received a Performance Enhancement Specialist certification from NASM as well. During his time as an AT Brian has served multiple terms on the NATA Public Relations Committee and served as both an exam item writer and internal reviewer for the Board Of Certification. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is licensed in Massachusetts. Brian has worked at Berkshire School for eight years. He participates in the advisor-advisee program and lives in Stanley dorm with his wife and two children. In his free time, Brian enjoys outdoor pursuits, trail running, hunting, fishing, and is an avid video game player.