Friday, October 19, 2018

Vision Statement: The FCLB is the premier international resource for information and consolidated services for ensuring the safe, ethical practice of chiropractic. 
 Mission Statement: Protecting the public by promoting excellence in chiropractic regulation through service to our member boards.


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 registration form and return it to the FCLB, postmarked or faxed April 5, 2011.  For more information, read the complete delegate registration policy.
IMPORTANT!  NBCE delegates MUST be registered separately with the NBCE.  For information about registering your NBCE delegate, contact Kay Leff 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 January 5, 2011.  Please see Article XVI, Section I of the FCLB Bylaws

How do I run for office?
The open offices for 2011 are President, Vice President, Treasurer, District I Director and Alternate, and District II Director and Alternate.  Also open are the five positions on the Nominating Committee.
Please see the
bylaws for complete eligibility requirements.   To ask to be slated by the nominating committee, please send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae postmarked no later than March 6, 2011.  Candidates may also run from the floor.

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 8:00 a.m. the day before resolutions are voted upon at the FCLB annual Business 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.

Voting Status

2011 Annual Meeting
Deadline for Delegate Designation: April 5, 2011
Click here for Dues Schedule

U.S. States Delegate Alternate Dues Paid
Alabama  Jerry S. Kirby, D.C.  Gerald J. Collins, D.C.  Yes
Alaska  Rosemary Zimmerman, D.C.  James Heston, D.C.  Yes
Arizona  James Badge, D.C.  Susan Wenberg, D.C.  Yes
Arkansas  Thomas D. Taylor, D.C.  Kent Moore, D.C.  Yes
California  Hugh Lubkin, D.C.   Jeff Steinhardt, D.C.   Yes
Colorado  Chad Abercrombie, D.C.  John Hanks, D.C.  Yes
Connecticut  Paul Powers, D.C.  Matthew Scott, D.C.   Yes
Delaware  Arthur Travis, D.C.  Christopher Baldt, D.C.  Yes
District of Columbia  Keita Vanterpool, D.C.  Miya Bazley, D.C.  Yes
Florida  Salvatore LaRusso, D.C.  Ronald J. Wellikoff, D.C.   Yes
Georgia  David Wren, D.C.    
Hawaii  Nicholas Opie, D.C.    Yes
Idaho  Shannon Gaertner-Ewing, D.C.  Robert Haug, D.C.  Yes
Illinois  William J. Rademacher, D.C.    Yes
Indiana  David D. Davis, D.C.  Marian Klaes-Lanham, D.C.  Yes
Iowa  John Calisesi, D.C.  Rex Jones, D.C.  Yes
Kansas  Gary L. Counselman, D.C.  Ray N. Conley, D.C.  Yes
Kentucky  Mark Woodward, D.C.  Frank Hideg, D.C.  Yes

 Ned J. Martello, D.C.

 Mark B. Kruse, D.C.  Yes
Maine  Paul N. Morin, D.C.  Moshe Myerowitz, D.C.  Yes
Maryland  Kay B. O'Hara, D.C.  Stephanie Chaney, D.C.   Yes
Massachusetts  Lynn LeBel, D.C.  Kirk Shilts, D.C.  Yes
Michigan  Solomon Cogan, D.C.  Corey Rodnick, D.C.  Yes
Minnesota  Richard R. Tollefson, D.C.  Robert P. Daschner, D.C.  Yes
Mississippi  Lewis A. Norville, D.C.  David Allen, D.C.  Yes
Missouri  Gary Carver, D.C.    Yes
Montana  John Sando, D.C.  Scott Hansing, D.C.


Nebraska  Mark G. Wurth, D.C.    Yes
Nevada  Lawrence Davis, D.C.  Benjamin Lurie, D.C.  Yes
New Hampshire  John D. Boyden, II, D.C.  Keith J. Zimmermann, D.C.  Yes
New Jersey  Lawrence O'Connor, D.C.  Albert Stabile, D.C.  Yes
New Mexico  William Doggett, D.C.    Yes
New York  Scott Kilmer, D.C.  Ellen M. Coyne, D.C.  
North Carolina  Dave Yarasheski, D.C.  Randy Schilsky, D.C.  Yes
North Dakota  Carol Winkler, D.C.   Dwight Schmidt, D.C.   Yes
Ohio  Mark A. Korchock, D.C.  Gregory P. Palkowski, D.C.  Yes
Oklahoma  Ronald Tripp, D.C.  Shayne Javersak, D.C.  Yes
Oregon  Ann Goldeen, D.C.  Daniel Cote, D.C.  Yes
Pennsylvania      Yes
Rhode Island  Paul Miele, D.C.  Donald Murphy, D.C.  Yes
South Carolina  W. Dean Banks, D.C.    Yes
South Dakota  Mark Bledsoe, D.C.  Donn Fahrendorf, D.C.  Yes
Tennessee  Michael Massey, D.C.  Christopher Alexander, D.C.  Yes
Texas  Cynthia Tays, D.C.  Glenn Parker  Yes
Utah  James D. Knight, D.C.  Craig D. Campbell, D.C.   Yes
Vermont  Charles Foster, D.C.  Palmer Peet, D.C.  Yes
Virginia  Valerie Lowe Hoffman, D.C.    Yes
Washington  Harold Rasmussen, D.C.  Matthew Waldron, D.C.  Yes
West Virginia  Barry A. Stowers, D.C.  Roger A. Kritzer, D.C.  Yes
Wisconsin  James Koshick, D.C.  Steve Conway, D.C.  Yes
Wyoming  James Buchanan, D.C.  Michael Davidson, D.C.   Yes
U.S. Territories Delegate Alternate Dues Paid 
Puerto Rico      
Virgin Islands      Yes


New Zealand  John Loveday, D.C.  Debby Ramsay Yes
Nova Scotia  Lisa Richard, D.C.    Yes
Quebec  Daniel Saint-Germain, D.C.  David O. Hayes, D.C.  Yes

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