Jill Stockton joined the men’s varsity hockey team at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, in 2014 as an athletic trainer. Prior to this, she served as an athletic trainer for the Canadian Football League’s Ottawa Redblacks, the men’s varsity hockey team at the University of Toronto, and the David L. MacIntosh Sports Medicine Clinic at the University of Toronto.
Stockton is certified as a strength and conditioning coach, as a first responder, including CPR and AWED Level HCP by the Canadian Red Cross, and is certified in Soft Tissue Release and SafeTalk. Stockton is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association, the Ontario Athletic Therapist Association, and the Canadian Red Cross. She is a first aid volunteer for Canlan Ice Sports in Toronto, an executive member of the athletic therapy program at York University in Toronto, and volunteers as an athletic therapist at Ontario Varsity Football League. In 2014, she received the Core Solutions Award for Excellence in Athletic Therapy.
Stockton earned her master’s in kinesiology and health sciences and her athletic therapy certificate from York University, and a bachelor’s of kinesiology from the Université de Moncton in New Brunswick.