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Sports Medicine

Meet Our Team

AIC Faculty/Staff


Warren Voyce M.S., A.T., C., Head Athletic Trainer
(P) 650-949-7324
(C) 650-280-3649
Read Voyce's bio.


Michelle Schukraft, M.A., A.T., C.
Athletic Trainer
(P) 650-949-7667
Read Schukraft's bio.


Alex Pacheco, ATC
Athletic Trainer
(P) 408.466.4094
Read Pacheco's bio.



Warren Voyce, M.S., A.T.C
Head Athletic Trainer/Program Director

Warren VoyceWarren Voyce has been the Head Athletic Trainer and Foothill Sports Medicine Program Director since 2002.  Prior to Foothill, Warren worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of California, Berkeley, as an athletic trainer for the Solano Steelheads minor league baseball team and as the athletic trainer at Liberty High School. 

Having worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer at the high school, junior college, NCAA Division I and in professional athletics, Warren has developed a philosophy to bring the highest medical care possible at Foothill College, while providing and outstanding learning environment for sports medicine students.  He is extremely proud to have worked with some amazing athletes and to have mentored incredible students who have gone on to become leaders in the sports medicine community. 

Warren holds Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from California State University, Hayward and is certified through the National Athletic Trainer's Association.  He is also a Certified Instructor for the American Red Cross.  He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Far West Athletic Trainers' Association, California Athletic Trainers' Association, and the California Community College Athletic Trainers' Association where he coordinates the Team Representatives for the state.

Warren resides with his family in Dublin, CA.  He is the proud father to Dallas and Brooklyn, and lucky to be married to his wonderful wife Kim.  When not working at Foothill, you can find Warren with his family or on the golf course.

Michelle Schukraft, M.A., A.T., C
Athletic Trainer

Michelle SchukraftMichelle Schukraft has been an Athletic Trainer at Foothill College since 2006.  She graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training in 2004.  Before coming to Foothill College Michelle worked at Evergreen Valley High School and with the San Jose Stealth the Professional Lacrosse Team in San Jose .  In 2013, she graduated with honors from Fresno Pacific University, receiving a Master's Degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training.  Michelle has been a Preceptor for the San Jose State Undergraduate Athletic Training Program since 2006, and enjoys mentoring future students in the field of Athletic Training.  In her spare time Michelle enjoys returning to her home town of Durham, CA where her family currently resides or hanging out with her dog.

Alex Pacheco, ATC
Athletic Trainer

Alex Pacheco Alex Pacheco graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training from San Jose State University in 2017. During his time as an undergraduate, he worked closely with NCAA division I SJSU Football and has experience with several other collegiate sports including volleyball, gymnastics and baseball. Additionally, Alex spent time with the Harker and Archbishop Mitty high school athletics programs. During his last semester in the Athletic Training program, he was the lead student with the Santa Clara University Baseball team and worked closely with multiple UCL reconstructions. Alex has begun his graduate degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training and will be a Graduate Assistant at Foothill College. When not in the athletic training profession, Alex works for a construction company in San Jose. He also enjoys photography, music, and baseball.


Team Physicians

Dr. George Thabit III, M.D.
Head Team Physician
Sports Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Medicine Associates
Redwood City
500 Arguello St.
Suite 100
(650) 851-4900
Dr. Anthony J. Saglimbeni
Internist and Concussion Specialist

Our program mission is to provide the highest level of care possible for our Junior College student-athletes. Through the support of the college, athletics, our coaches and our athletes, we are able to achieve that mission.

 Anthony J. Saglimbeni