September 2, 2011 — Foot Levelers’ President and CEO, Kent S. Greenawalt, received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the Logan Board of Trustees and the administration of Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs. Greenawalt was presented with his degree at Logan College’s 165th commencement ceremony on August 20, 2011 in St. Louis, where he was the commencement speaker.
“Mr. Greenawalt and his company have revolutionized the foot orthotic industry with patented procedures. It is indeed an honor for Logan to provide this honorary degree to a distinguished and accomplished individual as Kent Greenawalt,” said Steven C. Roberts, chairman of the Logan’s Board of Trustees and president and CEO of Roberts Companies of St. Louis.
While Greenawalt is not a Doctor of Chiropractic, the profession has always been part of his life. His late father was a chiropractor who founded Foot Levelers, a company that manufactures individually designed Stabilizing Orthotics.
Greenawalt continues his father’s vision, working hard to help others have a healthier, pain-free life. He has been Foot Levelers’ President and CEO since 1989.
In addition to his leadership at Foot Levelers, Greenawalt is a committed supporter of chiropractic education, as evidenced by the numerous grants, research studies, donations, and scholarships awarded. He has and will continue to make a significant impact on the chiropractic profession.
In 2003, Kent led a group of individuals to form the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (FCP). The FCP embraces a mission of generating positive press for the chiropractic profession and increasing public awareness to the many benefits associated with chiropractic care. He currently serves as the Founder and Chairman of the Board for the FCP.
Source: Foot Levelers, www.footlevelers.com