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

2022 - 95th Annual Conference (Denver)

Conference Agendas

Type:  Overall Meeting
  Conference Schedule


January 15, 2022

Registration begins

February 6, 2022 (90 days prior)

Proposed Bylaws Amendments Due

March 1, 2022

Scholarship Recipients Announced

March 8, 2022 (60 days prior)

Intent to Run Letters & CVs Due

Voting Delegate & Alternate Designations Due

Early Bird Registration Ends

April 7, 2022 (30 days prior)

Proposed Resolutions Due

Late Registration Begins

Room Block Closes



Early Bird (until March 8) $450

Regular Registration (until April 7) $495

Late Registration $595

Honorary Fellow Registration (no deadline) $250

Location Info


Grand Hyatt Denver

1750 Welton St
Denver, Colorado  80202

(303) 295-1234

$229/ night

Travel Info


Fly into Denver International Airport (DIA)

Award Nominations

  Pennebaker/Wiley Outstanding Board Nomination Form
   George Arvidson Nomination Form

Conference Delegates

Who can attend the FCLB business meeting?

All interested individuals are welcome!

Who votes at the business meeting?

Each member licensing board has one vote, to be cast by the delegate (or in that person's absence, the alternate).

How do I register a delegate?

Complete a brief delegate designation form and return it to the FCLB, postmarked or faxed March 8, 2022. For more information,read the complete delegate designation policy.

IMPORTANT! NBCE delegates MUST be registered separately with the NBCE. For information about registering your NBCE delegate, contact Caroline Yielding at (970) 356-9100.

How can I submit a bylaws amendment?

Click here to review the current bylaws. Bylaws amendments must be postmarked no later than February 6, 2022. Please see Article XVI, Section I of the FCLB Bylaws

How do I run for office?

The open offices for 2022 are

• District III Director

• District III Alternate Director

• District IV Director

• District IV Alternate Director

Also open are the five positions on the Nominating Committee.

Please see the bylaws for complete eligibility requirements.

How do I submit a resolution?

Resolutions must be submitted by a member board in good standing either directly or through its delegate, or the Bylaws and Resolutions Committee, or the FCLB Board of Directors. Resolutions may be proposed at any time during the year, but must be received no later than 30 days prior to the meeting. Advance submission allows the Resolutions and Bylaws Committee adequate time to review the ideas and to work with the sponsor(s) to ensure proper format and clear language.

LocationDelegateAlternateDues Paid
AlabamaDr. Brian WellsDr. Kimberly OgletreeNo

Conference Speakers

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.
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.