FCLB Annual Conference

Our mission: To protect the public by promoting excellence in chiropractic regulation through service to our member boards

Our vision: The FCLB is the premier international resource for information and consolidated services for ensuring the safe, ethical practice of chiropractic

Conference Agendas

Type:  CBAC
  CBAC Meeting Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2022 - 95th Annual Conference (Denver May 4-7)
Type:  CBLAC
  Legal Advisers' Committee (CBLAC)
Type:  Overall Meeting
  Thanks to our Supporters!
Type:  CBAC
  Chiropractic Board Administrators May 5, 2022 Meeting
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2019 Mission Bay Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2018 Dallas Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2017 Orlando Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2016 Phoenix Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2014 Myrtle Beach Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2013 San Francisco Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2012 San Antonio Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2011 Marco Island Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2010 Baltimore Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2009 Hollywood Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2008 Atlanta Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2007 St Louis Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2006 Portland Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2005 Montreal Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2003 Orlando Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2002 Chicago Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2001 San Antonio Agenda
Type:  Overall Meeting
  2000 Seattle Agenda

Award Nominations

  Wiley Pennebaker Outstanding Board Award
  George Arvidson Award for Meritorious Service
  Arvidson Award for Meritorious Service
  Wiley Pennebaker Outstanding Board
  Pennebaker/Wiley Outstanding Board Nomination Form
   George Arvidson Nomination Form
  George Arvidson Nomination Form
  Pennebaker/Wiley Outstanding Board Nomination Form
  Testing

Conference Election Candidates

Type: Officers
President
Dr. Karlos Boghosian
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Carol Winkler
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Keita Vanterpool
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. George Khoury
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Karen Campion
Type: Nominating Committee
District I
Dr. Michael Remmick (ND)
Type: Nominating Committee
District II
Dr. Margaret Friehaut (MO)
Type: Nominating Committee
District III
Dr. Greg Lewis (MD)
Type: Nominating Committee
District IV
Dr. Richard Guarino (AZ)
Type: Nominating Committee
District V
Dr. Robert Alpert (GA)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Carol Winkler
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Keita Vanterpool (DC)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Robert Daschner (MN)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Ms. Beth Kidd (OK)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Beth Ehlich (SC)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Jason Hulme (TN)
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Dr. Lisa Kouzes (OR)
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Mr. Glenn Taylor (OR)
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. Brian McIntyre (MO)
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. Ridge Pidde (MN)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Cynthia Tays (TX)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate
Dr. Karen Campion (TX)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Ned Martello (LA)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate
Dr. Deb Hoffman (FL)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Ms. Patricia Oliver (LA)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Maggie Colucci (NV)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Kirk Shilts (MA)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Carol Winkler (ND)
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Dr. James Buchanan (WY)
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. Lisa Kouzes (OR)
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. Robert Daschner (MN)
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. Brian McIntyre (MO)
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. Keita Vanterpool (DC)
Type: District Directors
District III Alternate Director
Dr. George Khoury (PA)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Maggie Colucci (NV)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Kirk Shilts (MA)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Ms. Patricia Oliver (LA)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Cynthia Tays (TX)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Chris Waddell (OK)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Ned Martello (LA)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Deb Hoffman (FL)
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Dr. Carol J. Winkler (ND)
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. James Buchanan (WY)
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. William Rademacher (IL)
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. Corey Rodnick (MI)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Gary Counselman (KS)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Annette Zaro (NV)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. LeRoy Otto (MN)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Maggie Colucci (NV)
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. Kirk Shilts (MA)
Type: District Directors
District III Alternate Director
Dr. Keita Vanterpool (DC)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Maggie Colucci (NV)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Gary Counselman (KS)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Michael Coon (SC)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Ned Martello (LA)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Dr. Larry Spicer (MN)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Lawrence O'Connor (NJ)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. LeRoy Otto (MN)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Dr. Donn Fahrendorf (SD)
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. Carol J. Winkler (ND)
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. Gary Pennebaker (MN)
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. William Rademacher (IL)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Michael Coon (SC)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Gary Counselman (KS)
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. Ali Jafari (NY)
Type: District Directors
District III Alternate Director
Dr. Kirk Shilts (MA)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Michael Coon (SC)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Daniel Saint-Germain (QC)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Lawrence O’Connor (NJ)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. LeRoy Otto (MN)
Type: District Directors
District III Alternate Director
Dr. Marc Gamerman (MD)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Margaret Colucci (NV)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Leslie Schmidt (NM)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Dr. Larry Spicer (MN)
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Dr. Carol Davis (AK)
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. Donn Fahrendorf (SD)
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. Gary Pennebaker (MN)
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. William Rademacher (IL)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Oliver "Bud" Smith, Jr (TX)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Daniel Saint-Germain (QC)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Lawrence O'Connor (NJ)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Mr. Joe Baker (FL)
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. Ali Jafari (NY)
Type: District Directors
District III Alternate Director
Dr. Denise Natale (VT)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Valerie Hoffman (VA)
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. Lawrence O'Connor (NJ)
Type: District Directors
District III Alternate Director
Dr. Ali Jafari (NY)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Ron Tripp (OK)
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Lawrence Davis (NV)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Norman Ouzts (SC)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Type: Officers
President
Dr. N. Edwin Weathersby (AZ)
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Oliver "Bud" Smith, Jr (TX)
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Daniel Saint-Germain (QC)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Mr. Joe Baker (FL)
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Dr. Carol Davis (AK)
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. Lance Earhart (NE)
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. LeRoy Otto (MN)
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. Valorie Prahl (IA)
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Dr. Steve Willen (NC)
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Dr. Dennis Hall (NC)
Type: Administrative Fellow Director
Administrative Fellow Director
Mr. Kevin Earle (NJ)
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Dr. Karen Campion
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Cathy Riekeman
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Dr. Dionne McClain
Type: District Directors
District III Director
Dr. George Khoury
Type: Nominating Committee
District I Nominating Committee
Dr. Shannon Gaertner-Ewing
Type: Nominating Committee
District IV Nominating Committee
Dr. Mark Bronson
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Karen Campion
Type: Officers
President
Dr. Keita Vanterpool
Type: Officers
Vice President
Dr. Robert Daschner
Type: Officers
Treasurer
Dr. Lisa Kouzes
Type: District Directors
District I Director
Mr. Glenn Taylor
Type: District Directors
District II Director
Dr. Brian McIntyre
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. Heather Henrichs
Type: District Directors
District I Alternate Director
Dr. Vanessa Wise
Type: District Directors
District II Alternate Director
Dr. Ridge Pidde
Type: Nominating Committee
Nominating Committee (District I)
Ms. Emily Cronbaugh
Type: Nominating Committee
Nominating Committee (District IV)
Dr. Matthew Aguilar
Type: Administrative Fellow Director

Type:
Administrative Fellow Director
Type: District Directors
District IV Director
Type: District Directors
District IV Alternate Director
Type: District Directors
District V Director
Type: District Directors
District V Alternate Director
Type: Nominating Committee
Representative from District I, II, III, IV, V

Conference Presentations

2023 FCLB Annual Report
  
2023 New Attendee Orientation
  
Attorney Panel
  
AWARD - Pillar
  
AWARD - Presidential Recognition (2 of 2)
  
AWARD - Presidential Recognition (1 of 2)
  
AWARD - Boghosian Visionary
  
AWARD - Arvidson
  
AWARD - Outstanding Board
  
Attendee Poll Results
  
Proactive and Reactive Education - Mr. Jon Porter
  
The Future of Regulation - Ms. Ronne Hines
  
Chiropractic Future Strategic Plan - Dr. Ray Foxworth
  
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Part II) - Mr. Brian Francis
  
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Part I) - Mr. Brian Francis
  
Trauma Interview - Attorney Panel Resource
  
How to Write a Resolution - Mr. Dale Atkinson
  
Board Training - Dale Atkinson
  
Insurance Fraud Resources - Mr. Ian Kildow
  
Practice Monitoring - Dr. Chris Greene
  
Deregulation and Top Cases - Dale Atkinson, JD
  
Ethical Issues from the Regulator's Perspective - Dr. Marianne Jennings
  
Evaluation of International Transcripts - Wade Jewell
  
College Presidents' Panel
  
Sports Medicine Licensure Clarity Act - Christopher Gerard, JD
  
CBD Products - Jeffrey Tucker, D.C.
  
The Opioid Epidemic - George Khoury, D.C. and Kirk Shilts, D.C.
  
Justification of Care: Viewed through a New Lens - Daniel Murphy, D.C.
  
Animal Chiropractic - Drs. Amy Hayek and Bill Ormston
  
PowerPoll Questions - Cynthia Tays, D.C.
  
Robert's Rules - Paul Morin, D.C.
  
DOT Physicals - Michael Megehee, D.C.
  
Simulated Case: A Regulatory Perspective - Gerard Clum, D.C.
  
Who is in Charge? Delegation and Conflict of Interest - Dale Atkinson, JD
  
Opioid Epidemic - Sherry McAllister, D.C.
  
Board Attorneys Panel: Multidisciplinary Practice
  
Legislative Challenges - Bill Moreau, D.C.
  
Heightened Scrutiny: NC Dental Board v FTC update - Dale Atkinson, JD
  
Call to Action - LeRoy Otto, D.C.
  
Accreditation and Regulation - Craig Little, D.C.
  
Malpractice Cases - Terry Yochum, D.C.
  
Accreditation and Regulation: Promoting Competence & Improving Safety - Craig Little, D.C.
  
Janse Lecture: What Would Joseph Janse Do? - Wayne Wolfson, D.C.
  
NC State Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC - the Fallout - Amy Richardson, JD
  
Regulatory Relay Scenarios - Cynthia Tays, D.C. & Keita Vanterpool, D.C.
  
Robert's Rules Refresher - Paul Morin, D.C.
  
Investigating Complaints - Beth Carter; Michael Fedorczyk, D.C.; Benjamin Lurie, D.C.
  
CAs in Practice: Regulation & Maintaining Professional Integrity - Laurie Mueller, DC
  
Standards Advancing a Profession - Tiffany Stevens
  
Training Equals Safety - Mark Davinia, D.C., and Paul Andrews, CCCA
  
Improving Patient Outcomes - Cathy Eberhart, MBA
  
ProBe Ethics Remediation Handout
  
ProBe Professional/Problem-based Ethics - Catherine Caldicott, MD
  
NC Dental Board vs FTC - Dale Atkinson, JD
  
Changing Tides of Regulation - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Janse Lecture - Daniel Saint-Germain, D.C.
  
Social Media - Paul Fisher
  
Speed Dating: Regulatory Style - Harvey Garcia, D.C. and John McGinnis, D.C.
  
Preadmission - Donna Liewer
  
Did You Know? Member Board Updates
  
Why a Model Practice Act - Leroy Otto, Donna Liewer
  
Regulating Prepayment Plans - Robert Baritz, D.C.
  
Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistants - Oliver Smith, D.C.; Martin Kollasch, D.C.; Donna Liewer
  
Regulating Chiropractic Clinical Assistants - Kirk Shilts, D.C., and Dale Atkinson, J.D.
  
Understanding Background Checks - Roger Kritzer, D.C.
  
Janse Lecture: From Treading Water to Transforming Health Care - Brian McAulay, D.C.
  
Ensuring Quality Online and Distance CE Programs - Stephen Foreman, D.C.
  
Setting Standards for Post-Disciplinary Oversight - James Anliot
  
Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistants: National Certification Program & Exam - Oliver Smith, D.C.; Lawrence O'Connor, D.C.; Donna Liewer; Mark Christensen, Ph.D.
  
Disciplinary Trends: FCLB CIN-BAD - Daniel Saint-Germain, D.C.
  
General Chiropractic Council: US's Regulatory Body - Dr. Christina Cunliffe
  
Branding Regulation: Perception or Reality - Donna Liewer
  
Summary Presentation: Can Great Regulators be Built? - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Draft Model Practice Act - Kirk Shilts, D.C.
  
Janse Lecture: Through the Looking Glass Clearly - James Winterstein, D.C.
  
Mobility With Accountability - Marc Gamerman, D.C.
  
Registration Licensure Requirements - Donna Liewer
  
Fund Sweeps - Troy Elliott
  
Summary Remarks - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Decompression Issues: The Regulatory Perspective - Sal LaRusso, D.C.
  
Guiding a Policy: Manipulation Under Anesthesia - California's New Regulation - Fred Lerner, D.C., and Hugh Lubkin, D.C.
  
What Can DCs Prescribe? Ensuring Chiropractic Regulatory Authority (NM Bill)
  
What Can DCs Prescribe? Ensuring Chiropractic Regulatory Authority (NM Article)
  
What Can DCs Prescribe? Ensuring Chiropractic Regulatory Authority (NM Rules)
  
Washington State: Board Member Development - Mock Hearings, Hypothetical Cases (discipline)
  
Washington State: Board Member Development - Mock Hearings, Hypothetical Cases (worksheet)
  
Take Note: Documentation and Recordkeeping - Kirk Shilts, D.C., and Albert Stabile, Jr., D.C.
  
Licensing or Reinstating Sexual Felons: A Regulatory Dilemma - Larry Spicer, D.C.
  
NRCME Training - Michael Megehee, D.C. and Steven Conway, D.C., J.D.
  
Trends in Regulation: Top Cases - Dale Atkinson, J.D.
  
Clinical Documentation: Challenges & Resources for Boards - Cynthia Vaughn, D.C.
  
Is it Consistent, Is it Fair, and Will it Work? - James Anliot
  
Board Services on the Web - Stephen Foreman, D.C.
  
Proactive strategies to prevent regulatory violations: Recommendations for change - Stephen Foreman, D.C., Michael Stahl, D.C.
  
Regulatory Impacts of the NRCME - Linda Phillips
  
Accountable and Responsible - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
FCLB Bylaws Presentation - Kirk Shilts,D.C. and Paul Morin, D.C.
  
Innovation Never Stops - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Board Business on the Web - Loree Kessler
  
Understanding the FDA - Donna Liewer
  
Educational Accreditation and Licensure Mobility - Ed Weathersby, D.C., Moderator
  
Board Administrators - Panel
  
Open Government - Joe Baker, Jr.
  
Janse: Empowering Success - J. Michael Flynn, D.C.
  
Generational Issues and Discipline - Donna Mooney, RN
  
Hot Topics in Education - Rob Scott, D.C.
  
HIPDB: Board Responsibilities Under US Federal Law - Shari Campbell, DPM
  
Do The Right Thing: Closing Remarks - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Documentation and Recordkeeping - Kirk Shilts, D.C.
  
Difficult Disciplinary Decisions - Karen Mathiak, D.C.
  
Difficult Disciplinary Decisions - Salvatore LaRusso, D.C.
  
Curricular Development - Donna Mannello, D.C.
  
Regulating Chiropractic Assistants - Craig Seitz, D.C.
  
Regulating Chiropractic Assistants - Michael Massey, D.C.
  
Regulating Chiropractic Assistants - Salvatore LaRusso, D.C.
  
Centralized CE Approval Programs - Randy Lindner
  
Evaluating Advertising Claims - Dominga Guerrero, D.C. and Joyce McClure, D.C.
  
Janse Lecture: Servant Leadership - Richard Cole, D.C.
  
Leadership in World-Wide Mobility - Richard Cole, D.C.; Ed Devereaux, D.C.; Joseph Brimhall, D.C.; Peter Waite
  
Physical Therapists and the Chiropractic Practice Act - Denise Natale, D.C.
  
Orienting New Licensees: Impact on Discipline - Larry Spicer, D.C.
  
DOT Physicals - Mike Megehee, D.C.
  
The Gray Zone - Marc Gamerman, D.C.
  
Reducing Patient Risk of CVA - Gerard Clum, D.C.
  
Best Practices Documents & Licensing Boards - Wayne Whalen, D.C., John Triano, D.C., Ph.D. , David N. Taylor, D.C.,
  
The Gray Zone - Marc Gamerman, D.C.
  
Are We Serving the Public Interest? - Richard Vincent, D.C.
  
Board Recognition of Post-professional Education and Credentials - James Winterstein, D.C.
  
Board Recognition of Post-professional Education and Credentials - Jerry Grod, D.C.
  
Board Recognition of Post-professional Education and Credentials - Frederick Carrick, D.C.
  
Regulatory Considerations in National & Worldwide Mobility - Richard Rinzler, D.C.
  
Regulatory Considerations in National & Worldwide Mobility - Wanda Lee MacPhee
  
Regulatory Considerations in National & Worldwide Mobility - Peter Bull, D.C.
  
Regulatory Considerations in National & Worldwide Mobility - Joseph Brimhall, D.C.
  
Janse: Public Service, Public Protection: for the Right Reasons - David Brown, D.C.
  
Education vs. Enforcement: New York’s Practice Alerts - Cynthia Laks and Ali Jafari, D.C.
  
Partnership With Federal Agencies To Combat Fraud - Angela Byers
  
Perspectives on Tough Decisions in Regulation - Rosemary McCool
  
Remediation Vs. Revocation - Stephen Foreman, D.C. and Michael Stahl, D.C.
  
The Role of Philosophy in the DC’s Continuing Professional Development - Brian McAulay, D.C., Ph.D.
  
PACE Forum - Richard Cole, D.C.
  
Janse: For the Good of the Patient - Joseph Brimhall, D.C.
  
A View from the Southwest: Investigations - Assets & Ethical Challenges - Charles Brown
  
Gray Cases - Marc Gamerman, D.C.
  
Fraud Issues - Daniel Osborne, MS
  
FCLB Task Force on Ethics: Ethics in Education - Krik Shilts, D.C.
  
The Educational Connection: Are we Developing Ethical Professionals? - Stephen Perle, D.C.
  
Update on California Cases - Stephen Foreman, D.C.
  
Meeting Resource: Test Scores - MN
  
Meeting Resource: SSNs - MN
  
Meeting Resource: License Transfer - MN
  
Educating the Licentiate: A Licensing Board's Duty - Thomas DeVita, D.C.
  
Sexual Misconduct and Professional Boundary Issues - Scott Stacy, Psy.D.
  
Board Intervention with Impaired Practitioners: A Success Story - Raymond Pomm, M.D.
  
Understanding the Board's Legal Authority in Accreditation Issues - Dale Atkinson, J.D.
  
President's Remarks - Wayne Wolfson, D.C.
  
Hot Legal Issues in Regulation - Mike Moran
  
Language: The Importance of Clarity - Mike Mone, J.D.
  
Role of Diagnosis in Public Protection - James Winterstein, D.C.
  
Regulating Chiropractic Consultants - Robert Honigsfeld, D.C. and Charles Herring, D.C.
  
Confidentiality: A Board Perspective - Mike Mone, J.D.
  
CE Task Force Update - Richard Cole, D.C.
  
Opening Remarks - Don Ellis, Ed.D.
  
QOC Information from Managed Care Companies - Lawrence Jack, D.C.
  
Communication - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Meeting Resource - Health Practitioners Intervention - John Hasty
  
Meeting Resource - Racial and Ethnic Diversity - Vernon Alleyne
  
Where Malpractice & Regulation Intersect - Louis Sportelli, D.C.
  
Janse: Minimum Standards - David Chapman-Smith
  
Fraud in Multidisciplinary Practices - Michael Moran, J.D.
  
Conference Closing Speech: Board Authority - Richard Vincent, D.C.
  
Certified Clinical Chiropractic Assistants - Plenary Session
  

Conference Speakers

Ajay Gohil, J.D. ImageAjay Gohil, J.D.
Ajay Gohil is a Health Care attorney, who has handled regulatory and administrative work with various federal and state agencies, including the Office of Counsel to the Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services from 2007-2008, the Georgia State Attorney General's Office from 2000-2007 (where he represented the Georgia State Board of Chiropractic Examiners), and the Office of General Counsel for D.C. Health since 2012 (where he currently represents the D.C. Board of Chiropractic). He is also one of the founders of the FCLB Chiropractic Board Legal Advisers Committee (CBLAC). He received his J.D. from Emory University Law School and his B.A. from Duke University in Political Science and History.
Ajay Gohil, J.D. ImageAjay Gohil, J.D.
Ajay Gohil is a Health Care attorney, who has handled regulatory and administrative work with various federal and state agencies, including the Office of Counsel to the Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services from 2007-2008, the Georgia State Attorney General's Office from 2000-2007 (where he represented the Georgia State Board of Chiropractic Examiners), and the Office of General Counsel for D.C. Health since 2012 (where he currently represents the D.C. Board of Chiropractic). He is also one of the founders of the FCLB Chiropractic Board Legal Advisers Committee (CBLAC). He received his J.D. from Emory University Law School and his B.A. from Duke University in Political Science and History.
Beth Kidd ImageBeth Kidd
Ms. Beth Kidd has been employed with the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners since October 1999. In July 2001 was promoted to the Executive Director position for the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Ms. Kidd has served as Chair on the Chiropractic Board Administrators Committee, and is currently FCLB's Administrative Fellow Director.
Beth Kidd ImageBeth Kidd
Ms. Beth Kidd has been employed with the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners since October 1999. In July 2001 was promoted to the Executive Director position for the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Ms. Kidd previously served as Chair on the Chiropractic Board Administrators Committee and is now the FCLB Administrative Fellow Director.
Brian Francis ImageBrian Francis
Brian Francis was the top executive of the largest occupational licensing agency in the state of Texas while winning slam competitions across the nation and being a finalist at the National Poetry Slam in his spare time. His personality is as unforgettable and unique as his experience. Brian has 36 years of regulatory experience , 22 of which were in executive level roles. He combines the wisdom of his real world experience with the knowledge gained from his MBA in Public Finance from St. Edwards University, Austin Texas. Brian also brings an internationally learned perspective gathered from the Transformative Leadership Program offered by the University of Adelaide in South Australia and the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin Texas. Brian’s strategic leadership style and accomplishments has garnered the praise of legislative leaders from both sides of the aisle, a diverse array of professional and industry stakeholders and most importantly his most valued allies - his employees. He shares his hard-earned insights into building diversely dynamic teams that embrace challenges, create options and deliver on missions. When Brian hits the stage the audience cannot help but lean in, laugh and learn.
Carol J. Winkler, D.C. ImageCarol J. Winkler, D.C.
Dr. Carol Winkler was elected President of the FCLB at the 2021 Congress. She has previously served as Vice President, Treasurer, Board Chair, District I Director, and District I Alternate Director. Dr. Winkler is a 1987 graduate of Palmer College and is a second generation chiropractor and regulator. She practices in Bismarck, North Dakota with her husband Dr. Cameron Nemecek. They have three children and have almost survived raising teenagers. Dr. Winkler has been involved in chiropractic regulation since 2003 having served the state of North Dakota for ten years. She was named North Dakota Chiropractor of the Year in North Dakota in 2016.
Carol J. Winkler, D.C. ImageCarol J. Winkler, D.C.
Dr. Carol Winkler was elected President of the FCLB at the 2021 Congress. She has previously served as Vice President, Treasurer, Board Chair, District I Director, and District I Alternate Director. Dr. Winkler is a 1987 graduate of Palmer College and is a second generation chiropractor and regulator. She practices in Bismarck, North Dakota with her husband Dr. Cameron Nemecek. They have three children and have almost survived raising teenagers. Dr. Winkler has been involved in chiropractic regulation since 2003 having served the state of North Dakota for ten years. She was named North Dakota Chiropractor of the Year in North Dakota in 2016.
Corey Ciocchetti, J.D. ImageCorey Ciocchetti, J.D.
Serving as the Bill Daniels Professor of Business Ethics and Legal Studies at the University of Denver, Corey Ciocchetti is one of the University’s most popular and highest-rated professors. Corey joined DU after graduating with a law degree from Duke University School of Law, a Masters degree in Religious Studies and two Bachelors degrees in Finance and Economics—summa cum laude—from the University of Denver. Corey is a talented speaker and teacher and has won multiple teaching and speaking awards including the Outstanding Professor of the Year Award and the Joel Goldman Award for most respected speaker on the CAMPUSPEAK roster. He currently teaches classes on business law and ethics in a department ranked by the Wall Street Journal and Business Week in the top ten nationwide for producing students with high ethical standards. Corey also speaks to tens of thousands of individuals each year about “authentic success” and living an ethical life and is the author of the book Inspire Integrity: Chase An Authentic Life. He has spoken to diverse audiences in over 250 cities and 47 states over the past ten years. A Colorado native, Corey resides in Denver with his wife, Jillian and daughters Sophia and Sydney.
Dale Atkinson ImageDale Atkinson
Mr. Dale Atkinson, who received his law degree from Northwestern School of Law, Portland, OR, is the sole, managing member of the Northbrook, Illinois, law firm of Atkinson & Atkinson, LLC, which represents various associations of regulatory boards including: American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) American Foundation for Research and Consumer Education in Social Work Regulation Association of Regulatory Boards of Optometry (ARBO) Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards (FARB) Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB) Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB) International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards (ICFSEB) Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) National Association of Boards of Pharmacy Foundation (NABPF) Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) Mr. Atkinson represents these associations in all matters relating to their operations as not-for-profit corporations, including regulatory activities, education and accreditation, disciplinary actions, model legislation and applications, and all phases of the development and administration of licensure examination programs, licensure transfer programs, licensure credentials verification, and storage. He is a frequent speaker before these association clients as well as other regulatory groups and also produces numerous writings on these subjects for publications. Mr. Atkinson also serves as Executive Director of FARB, a not-for-profit association whose governing members consist of associations of regulatory boards, which facilitates cross-professional interaction and provides educational programs for board members, staff, investigators, and attorneys related to regulation in the interest of public protection.
Dale Atkinson, J.D. ImageDale Atkinson, J.D.
Dale Atkinson, J.D. received his law degree from Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon, is a partner in the Northbrook, Illinois law firm of Atkinson & Atkinson which represents various associations of regulatory boards including: American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) American Foundation for Research and Consumer Education in Social Work Regulation Association of Regulatory Boards of Optometry (ARBO) Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Examination Board of Professional Home Inspectors (EBPHI) Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB) Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB) Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) National Association of Boards of Pharmacy Foundation (NABPF) Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) Mr. Atkinson represents the referenced associations in all matters relating to their operations as not for profit corporations, including regulatory activities, education and accreditation, disciplinary actions, model legislation and applications, and all phases of the development and administration of licensure examination programs, licensure transfer programs, licensure credentials verification and storage. He is a frequent speaker before these association clients as well as other regulatory groups and also produces numerous writings on these subjects for publications.
Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Colucci ImageDr. Margaret (Maggie) Colucci
Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Colucci was elected FCLB President at the 2017 91st Congress in Orlando, Florida. She has previously served as Vice President, Treasurer, and District IV Director. Dr. Colucci has been involved in Chiropractic testing and regulation since 1999. She has had four Nevada governor appointments and currently is a member of the Chiropractic Physicians' Board of Nevada. She has previously served as CPBN President, Vice President and chair of the test committee. In 2009, Dr. Colucci was named the Nevada Chiropractic Association Chiropractor of the Year. Dr. Colucci is a 1989 Palmer College of Chiropractic Chi Rho Theta research honor graduate. Dr. Colucci practices in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas, enjoying time with her husband and three children.
Hank W. Hulteen, D.C. ImageHank W. Hulteen, D.C.
Dr. Hank Hulteen is a long-term practitioner, regulator, and educator. He began attending FCLB meetings in 1983, after being the youngest member ever elected to the South Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners the preceding year. In 1987, Dr. Hulteen was elected to the FCLB Board of Directors, setting another record for the youngest elected to that board. His service to regulation continued as he participated in NBCE test committees and eventually served on their board. Dr. Hulteen brings vast experience and a dedication to service that he willingly shares with the FCLB community. He has been a mentor and friend to generations of leaders. With nearly five decades in practice and multiple awards for leadership and service, Dr. Hulteen has become an annual meeting icon for the FCLB.
Ian Kildow ImageIan Kildow
Ian Kildow has been with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office for over ten years. He started with the office as a Criminal Investigator in 2011 and focused solely on investigating various types of insurance fraud. In 2017, he was promoted to supervise the Financial Fraud Unit. In his current position, he oversees nine sworn criminal investigators dedicated to investigating insurance fraud and securities fraud. Ian frequently presents to industry and law enforcement groups on the topic of insurance fraud and criminal investigations. Ian began his career in law enforcement at the Arvada Police Department in 2004. He was promoted to detective in 2006 and remained in that position until joining the Office of the Attorney General.
Janelle Grier ImageJanelle Grier
Janelle came to the FCLB from the banking industry with a history of customer service. She is a University of Northern Colorado graduate with a degree in psychology. Janelle's friendly demeanor and excellent problem-solving skills make her a valuable addition to the FCLB staff.
Jennifer Herlihy, JD ImageJennifer Herlihy, JD
Jennifer Herlihy is an experienced trial attorney handling a variety of civil litigation matters, including medical malpractice, product liability, toxic torts and personal injury. Jennifer defends medical providers in medical malpractice cases and represents physicians, chiropractors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, certified registered nurse anesthetists, hospitals, medical facilities, optometrists, nurses, dentists, speech pathologists, physical therapists, massage therapists, pharmacists, mental health providers, surgical technologists, social workers, attorneys and other professionals in both state and federal courts and before licensing and administrative boards. She has also handled Board matters through the various appellate options. Jennifer was selected, based on a vote of all licensed attorneys in the state and a review by an independent blue ribbon panel, as a "Rising Star" Super Lawyer from 2005-2010 and as a "Super Lawyer" from 2011-2019.
Jon Porter ImageJon Porter
Jon Porter is a partner of the law firm of McDonald, Mackay, Porter & Weitz, L.L.P., Austin, Texas. Mr. Porter has worked as an attorney in both the public and private sectors. In the public sector, Mr. Porter was a legislative aide for Texas Representative Senforia Thompson. He was an investigator for the Texas Medical Board for several years before attending law school. Mr. Porter returned to the Texas Medical Board as a prosecuting attorney and later became the Director of Investigations and Compliance. Mr. Porter joined as a partner of the law firm of McDonald, Mackay Porter & Weitz, L.L.P on December 20, 2002. His current practice focuses primarily on health care provider licensure defense. He frequently works with health care professionals who are experiencing standard of care issues, chemical or mental impairment, licensure matters and boundary issues. Mr. Porter is frequently called on for speaking on topics of medical regulation and medical-ethical issues, especially professional boundary issues and appropriate medical records.
Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C. ImageJon Schwartzbauer, D.C.
Dr. Schwartzbauer brings significant educational, chiropractic, and leadership experience to the role of Executive Director of the FCLB. A distinguished member of the chiropractic community, Dr. Schwartzbauer is a former chiropractic college president, educator, and practitioner.
Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C. ImageJon Schwartzbauer, D.C.
Dr. Schwartzbauer brings significant educational, chiropractic, and leadership experience to the role of Executive Director of the FCLB. A distinguished member of the chiropractic community, Dr. Schwartzbauer is a former chiropractic college president, educator, and practitioner.
Karen Campion, D.C. ImageKaren Campion, D.C.
Dr. Karen Campion currently serves as District IV Director and Chair of the FCLB Board of Directors. A former member of the Texas Board of Chiropractic, she served on multiple committees including the Rules Committee and the Enforcement Committee. Dr. Campion is spearheading the FCLB's Recognized Chiropractic Specialty Programs and chair of the oversight task force.
Karen Campion, D.C. ImageKaren Campion, D.C.
Dr. Karen Campion currently serves the FCLB as the District IV Director as well as Chair of the Board of Directors. A former member of the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Dr. Campion worked on a number of committees, including the Enforcement and Rules committees. Dr. Campion is spearheading the FCLB’s Specialty Council Task Force and developing the Recognized Chiropractic Specialty Programs initiative. A recipient of the Texas Chiropractic Association's Ford Johnson Award for outstanding service and dedication to the chiropractic profession, Dr. Campion is a passionate advocate for ethical, patient-centered chiropractic care.
Karlos Boghosian, D.C. ImageKarlos Boghosian, D.C.
Past President of the FCLB, Dr. Karlos Boghosian is the Founder and CEO of SoVita(TM) Chiropractic Centers. Dr. Boghosian is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport and has served on the Connecticut Chiropractic Board of Examiners since 2015. Under Dr. Boghosian's leadership, FCLB expanded its web presence and outreach programs, bringing the regulatory excellence of our members to the attention of licensees. Additionally, Dr. Boghosian worked to maintain FCLB's high standards and service during the height of the pandemic. His focus on communication and keeping member boards connected was a benchmark of his presidency.
Karlos Boghosian, D.C. ImageKarlos Boghosian, D.C.
Past President of the FCLB, Dr. Karlos Boghosian has served on the Connecticut Chiropractic Board of Examiners since 2015. Dr. Boghosian is the Founder and CEO of SoVita™ Chiropractic Centers and has been a member of the Board of Trustees Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford since 2016. Under Dr. Boghosian’s presidency, the FCLB expanded its online presence and began a program of outreach to practicing doctors of chiropractic. Advocating for patient protection, Dr. Boghosian’s outreach initiative undertook to educate licensees about the importance of regulation and accountability for patient care. Additionally, Dr. Boghosian’s leadership during the beginning of the Pandemic allowed FCLB to maintain communication among licensing boards and ensure patients continued to receive the care they needed.
Keita Vanterpool, D.C. ImageKeita Vanterpool, D.C.
Dr. Vanterpool was elected Vice President of the FCLB at 94th Annual Congress in 2021. A longtime member of the District of Columbia Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Dr. Vanterpool is a graduate of Life University and a certified personal trainer. Dr. Vanterpool's volunteer interests are wide-ranged and include the Special Olympics, youth mentoring, and Feeding-the-Homeless. Additionally, Dr. Vanterpool is a sought-after speaker, sharing her health perspective in radio, podcast, and live speaking engagements.
Kelly Webb ImageKelly Webb
Kelly Webb is responsible for coordinating the PACE program, developing and maintaining the FCLB websites, and for assisting with writing and correspondence needs of the Federation.
Lisa Blanchard ImageLisa Blanchard
Lisa Blanchard is the Executive Director of the North Dakota Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She has held this position since 2011. She assisted the previous Executive Director for 3-years prior to being hired by the Board. Lisa is the current chair of the Chiropractic Board Administrators Committee, a member of the FCLB CCCA Committee, and past member of the FCLB PACE Committee.
Louis Sportelli, D.C. ImageLouis Sportelli, D.C.
Louis Sportelli, D.C. received his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from Palmer College of Chiropractic in December of 1962 and has been in private practice since 1962 in Palmerton, PA. In 1980 he was awarded a Fellow in the Palmer Academy. In 1986, he received an Honorary Doctor of Humanities from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and in 1988 and an Honorary Doctor of Laws from The National College in Lombard Illinois. Dr. Sportelli has served in many capacities throughout his 48 year career in chiropractic. He has been active in his state, national and international associations. He served as Chairman of the Board of the American Chiropractic Association in 1989, as well as president of the World Federation of Chiropractic, in 2000-01 headquartered in Toronto Canada, which represents 87 chiropractic organizations around the world. Dr. Sportelli currently serves as president of the NCMIC Group in Des Moines, IA. One of the subsidiaries of this Group, NCMIC Insurance Company, is the largest chiropractic malpractice insurance company in the nation insuring more than 38,000 doctors of chiropractic, and all chiropractic colleges in the USA. He has co-authored a text entitled Professional Practice, Ethics, Business, Jurisprudence and Risk Management, as well a patient education book Introduction to Chiropractic book now in its 12th edition. He has lectured extensively on the subject of risk management and communications.
Margaret (Maggie) Colucci ImageMargaret (Maggie) Colucci
Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Colucci was elected FCLB President at the 2017 91st Congress in Orlando, Florida. She has previously served as Vice President, Treasurer, and District IV Director. Dr. Colucci has been involved in Chiropractic testing and regulation since 1999. She has had four Nevada governor appointments and currently is a member of the Chiropractic Physicians' Board of Nevada. She has previously served as CPBN President, Vice President and chair of the test committee. In 2009, Dr. Colucci was named the Nevada Chiropractic Association Chiropractor of the Year. Dr. Colucci is a 1989 Palmer College of Chiropractic Chi Rho Theta research honor graduate. Dr. Colucci practices in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas, enjoying time with her husband and three children.
Mona Baskin ImageMona Baskin
Ms. Mona Baskin is an Assistant Attorney General in the Licensing and Enforcement Section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. She has represented numerous regulatory agencies, including Arizona’s Board of Chiropractic Examiners, along with the optometry, nursing, physical therapy, accountancy, technical registration, and cosmetology boards. She has also represented Arizona’s Registrar of Contractors and Department of Weights and Measures. Ms. Baskin has provided extensive Board training on investigative and disciplinary proceedings, criminal law, fundamentals of Board procedures, and open meeting law. Prior to her work in administrative law, Ms. Baskin was a criminal prosecutor and appellate attorney in the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. She represented the State of Arizona in cases before the Maricopa County Superior Court, Arizona Court of Appeals, Arizona Supreme Court, federal district courts, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Prior to her employment at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Ms. Baskin served as a judicial clerk in Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Ms. Baskin is a graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health Education. Ms. Baskin has authored several legal publications, served in leadership positions in the Arizona State Bar, as President of the Public Lawyers Division of the Maricopa County Bar Association, and as a member of the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. Ms. Baskin has always been involved in the community in philanthropic organizations with a special focus on the homeless and children’s issues.
Mr. Ian Kildow ImageMr. Ian Kildow
Ian Kildow has been with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office for over ten years. He started with the office as a Criminal Investigator in 2011 and focused solely on investigating various types of insurance fraud. In 2017, he was promoted to supervise the Financial Fraud Unit. In his current position, he oversees nine sworn criminal investigators dedicated to investigating insurance fraud and securities fraud. Ian frequently presents to industry and law enforcement groups on the topic of insurance fraud and criminal investigations. Ian began his career in law enforcement at the Arvada Police Department in 2004. He was promoted to detective in 2006 and remained in that position until joining the Office of the Attorney General.
Robert Daschner, D.C. ImageRobert Daschner, D.C.
Currently the Treasurer of FCLB, Dr. Daschner began his service on our board in 2017 as the District II Director. Dr. Daschner chairs the FCLB Finance Committee and the PACE Committee. He is a member of the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is a past president of that board. He has participated in NBCE test development, as well. Dr. Daschner's volunteer service also includes time on the board of Big Brothers/Sisters. FCLB is proud to have Dr. Daschner on our team.
Roger Hall, Ph.D ImageRoger Hall, Ph.D
Dr. Roger Hall is the author of Staying Happy Being Productive: The Big 10 Things Successful People Do and Expedition. He is a Business Psychologist with clients all over the country. He has one trick: He trains leaders to monitor and manage their thinking. Great leaders work on themselves first, and then success in their companies follows. His clients are entrepreneurs, professionals, and business owners. He is especially qualified to help entrepreneurs who have had a financial event find meaning, purpose, and happiness for the next phase of their lives. He helps leaders become better versions of themselves so they can lead their people better. He has had the chance to consult and speak to all sorts of groups -- from judges in federal courts, people in the intelligence community, company owners, executives, and university faculty, to social workers, teachers, and nurses, to construction workers, landscapers, and box-makers. He loves his work as a keynote speaker for financial services companies, judges, and technology companies. Roger received his Doctorate in Psychology from Ohio State University in 1991. He has worked with thousands of leaders – from Fortune 20 companies to small entrepreneurial firms. He is currently an executive coach for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars program. He and his wife live outside Boise Idaho where they watch the osprey fish from a nearby stream and the elk eat their shrubs. You can learn more about Dr. Hall at: www.compassconsultation.com and www.drrogerhall.com.
Roger Hall, Ph.D. ImageRoger Hall, Ph.D.
I have one trick: I train leaders to monitor and manage their thinking. Dr. Roger Hall is the author of Staying Happy Being Productive: The Big 10 Things Successful People Do and Expedition. He is a Business Psychologist with clients all over the country. He has one trick: He trains leaders to monitor and manage their thinking. Great leaders work on themselves first, and then success in their companies follows. His clients are entrepreneurs, professionals, and business owners. He is especially qualified to help entrepreneurs who have had a financial event find meaning, purpose, and happiness for the next phase of their lives. He helps leaders become better versions of themselves so they can lead their people better. He has had the chance to consult and speak to all sorts of groups -- from judges in federal courts, people in the intelligence community, company owners, executives, and university faculty, to social workers, teachers, and nurses, to construction workers, landscapers, and box-makers. He loves his work as a keynote speaker for financial services companies, judges, and technology companies. Roger received his Doctorate in Psychology from Ohio State University in 1991. He has worked with thousands of leaders – from Fortune 20 companies to small entrepreneurial firms. He is currently an executive coach for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars program. He and his wife live outside Boise Idaho where they watch the osprey fish from a nearby stream and the elk eat their shrubs. You can learn more about Dr. Hall at: www.compassconsultation.com and www.drrogerhall.com.
Ronne Hines, J.D. ImageRonne Hines, J.D.
Ronne Hines was appointed Director of the Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO) in August 2016. DPO is an umbrella agency that regulates more than 50 professions and over 500,000 licensees. As the Division Director, she is responsible for licensing nearly 15-percent of the state’s workforce and protects consumers through the enforcement of rigorous licensing standards and standards of practice. DPO strives to provide excellent customer service, to reduce unnecessary regulatory burden including working to expand access to healthcare across Colorado, and to break down silos among professions to help solve some of the State’s toughest challenges such as prescription drug abuse. Ms. Hines has been with the Department since February 2008 and has served in a variety of senior-level positions in DPO, most recently as its Deputy Director for Healthcare with responsibility for approximately 250,000 healthcare professionals in the state in more than 25 different regulatory boards and programs. Prior to her role as Deputy Director for Healthcare, Hines was a program director charged with the day-to-day operations and enforcement for six mental health regulatory boards. Previously, Ms. Hines was an attorney in private practice. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Colorado-Denver, earned her Juris Doctorate from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver, and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy.
Sherry McAllister, DC, M.S. (Ed) CCSP ImageSherry McAllister, DC, M.S. (Ed) CCSP
Sherry McAllister, DC, M.S. (Ed) CCSP, serves as the President for the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, the national not-for- profit organization showcasing the benefits of chiropractic care across multiple platforms with over 29 000 members. Dr. McAllister earned her Master’s in Education from the University of California East Bay and is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West, where she served as an Associate Professor. Recently appointed to Forbes Non-Profit Council. Dr. McAllister served as a Qualified Medical Examiner, Expert Chiropractic Witness for the State of California, and has been in private practice in San Jose since 1996. She has been Featured in several publications including: Forbes, Becker's Spine Review, Momtastic, LiveStrong, Managed Healthcare Executive, BOSS Magazine, News Break and Martha Stewart Living. Awarded: Top Women in Healthcare: PR News Access Intelligence, Person of the Year Dynamic Chiropractic, Chiropractor of the Year by Women DC organization. The Foundation has been honored with: PR World Awards Gold Winner in Healthcare Achievement, Digital Healthcare Award Adjusted Reality Podcast (Host) and the prestigious Telly Award for the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Advertisement.
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Conference Resolutions

3-21 Recognizing Subluxation
  
FCLB acknowledges and recognizes the Chiropractic Subluxation as a known entity and as a diagnosis germane to Chiropractic
2-21 Radiographs
  
FCLB recommendations regarding the use of radiographs
1-21 Chiropractic Includes the Nervous System
  
The FCLB affirms that the nervous system is an essential element in chiropractic practice
4-19C The term Chiropractic Physician
  
FCLB supports the use of the term Chiropractic Physician
1-19 Temporary Licensure
  
Support and encouragement for establishing temporary licensure provisions in every jurisdiction
2-19A Combating the Opioid Prescription Drug Epidemic
  
FCLB supports the alternative avenues in lieu of opioids for pain management (alternatives listed in resolution)
1-17 Pediatric Practice
  
FCLB supports the safe and effective care of patients of all ages, including infants and children, by doctors of chiropractic.
1-16 Endorsement of FCLB PACE
  
Encouraging FCLB members to participate in the PACE program
4-08 Continuing Education
  
Acceptance of continuing education of the pillars of chiropractic - science, art, history and philosophy
3-08 Dues
  
To adopt a 5% annual automatic dues increase and to bundle one annual conference registration fee into the dues package effective January 1, 2009
1-08 Amending Articles of Incorporation with a 2/3 Vote
  
Updating the requirements for amending the articles of incorporation
2-08 Restatement of Articles of Incorporation
  
Restatement of FCLB Articles of Incorporation to more accurately reflect membership under 501(c)(3) status
4-06 Malpractice Insurance
  
FCLB encourages member boards to promote that licensees maintain continuous malpractice coverage encompassing the entire scope of practice
5-06 Conflict of Interest
  
Directing the FCLB to develop a concise statement of principles, ethical behavior, non- disclosure, and conflict of interest for its volunteers and staff
3-06 CPR Emergency Training
  
FCLB encourages member boards to promote CPR and AED training in licensees.
2-06 Documentation and Recordkeeping
  
FCLB encourages member boards to require CE in documentation and recordkeeping, encourages CCE to include documentation and recordkeeping in the chiropractic curriculum, and encourages NBCE to reflect this in their exams.
2-04 Dues Increase
  
To increase the member dues by $100 per category in 2005
1-04 Regarding Diagnosis
  
Affirming that DCs arrive at a diagnosis prior to commencing treatment
2-01 Interjurisdictional Mobility
  
Recommended guidelines for member boards to move towards unification of interjurisdictional mobility of licensure.
1-01 Executive Fellow Seat
  
To amend the FCLB bylaws to include a position for an administrator from a member board to serve on the FCLB Board of Directors on an "ex-officio" basis.
1-00 Allowing a Board Administrator representative at the FCLB Board Meeting
  
Changing the necessary By-Laws to allow attendance of a representative from the Association of Chiropractic Board Administrators to the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards – Board Meeting
2-99 Model Ethics Code
  
Adopting the Model Ethics Code as an official FCLB Publication for Voluntary Adoption or Adaptation by the Chiropractic Regulatory Boards
3-99 Model Disciplinary Code
  
Adopting the Model Disciplinary Code as an official FCLB Publication for Voluntary Adoption or Adaptation by the Chiropractic Regulatory Boards
1-99 Raising dues for the first time in 5 years
  
Resolved to raise dues effective January 2000
1-21 Chiropractic Includes the Nervous System
  
The FCLB affirms that the nervous system is an essential element in chiropractic practice
2-21 Radiographs
  
FCLB recommendations regarding the use of radiographs
3-21 Recognizing Subluxation
  
FCLB acknowledges and recognizes the Chiropractic Subluxation as a known entity and as a diagnosis germane to Chiropractic
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