October 6, 2009 — Dr. Fabrizio Mancini recently celebrated his 10th anniversary as president of Parker College of Chiropractic.
During his tenure as president, Mancini has made significant contributions to the advancement of chiropractic, wellness, and healthcare and has made a tremendous impact on communities locally, nationally, and abroad.
Mancini was honored during a surprise celebration held on Parker College’s campus that followed the ribbon-cutting ceremony and dedication of the newly-renovated Dr. James W. Parker Museum.
Parker alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends joined to congratulate Mancini on 10 years of service to the college.
Mancini assumed the role of president in 1999 when he was just 33 years old, which made him the youngest college president ever in the United States. Since that time, he has successfully carried out the vision of Parker College’s late founder, Dr. James W. Parker by progressing Parker into one of the foremost chiropractic colleges in the world as well as positioning Parker as the leader in chiropractic seminars, continuing education, and research.
Mancini also oversees the thriving Parker College Chiropractic Wellness Clinics located in Dallas and Irving, Texas, as well as the Parker School of Massage Therapy and associated clinic, located on the Dallas campus.
Mancini’s has earned recognitions such as: Humanitarian Award, Heroes for Humanity Award, Chiropractic of the Year Award, CEO Award, Vision Award, High-Spirited Citizen Award, Rising Star Award, Crystal Apple Educators Award, Extra-Ordinary Speaker Award, Award of Honor, Who’s Who, American Chiropractic Association and Texas Chiropractic Association President’s Award, and more. Dr. Mancini has been recently inducted into the Wellness Revolutionaries Hall of Fame for his contributions in this field.
Source: Parker College of Chiropractic, www.parkercc.edu