Jessica Wallace, MA, ATC, LAT
Health and Movement Science Major Program Director Faculty
Jessica Wallace, MA, ATC, LAT, is a Health and Movement Science Major Program Director faculty with the Health and Movement Science Division at Graceland University. She teaches primarily in the health and physical education concentrations. Jessica began her employment at the University in 2010 as an instructor and assistant athletic trainer. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Health from Northwest Missouri State University and a Master of Arts in Health, Physical Education and Recreation with an emphasis in Athletic Training from University of Nebraska - Omaha. Jessica is a candidate to complete her Doctorate in Health Education from A.T. Still University in December 2018. She is a first generation college student in her family.
Jessica and her husband, Derek are both Missouri natives (Jessica from small town NWMO and Derek from a suburb of St. Louis) and moved to Lamoni, Iowa, in 2010. They keep very busy with their three young children; son, Nolan, and twin daughters, Sylvia and Tennessee. Hobbies include family bike rides and playing outdoors, cooking, and growing her Tupperware business.
Jessica's favorite thing about teaching at Graceland is getting to know her students and watching them grow into the future professionals they become through their college years. Celebrating in the students’ accomplishments is a proud moment, and she feels fortunate to have the opportunity to witness and be a part of their success.