August 6, 2018—Frank Hahn, DC, ’04, has been appointed to the Sherman College of Chiropractic Board of Trustees. His term began on May 5, 2018; members serve four-year terms. A 2004 Sherman College graduate, Hahn is owner and director of a thriving practice, Chiropractic LifeCenter, in Franklin Park, NJ, and he also provides care through Chiropractic for Humanity for Elijah’s Promise, which helps connect individuals and families in need with social and health services.
He says his vision is for “every man, woman and child on the planet to become educated about the benefits of chiropractic.” Hahn appears regularly on IFCO-TV, an online television show he created for the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations (IFCO). He is active with the IFCO serves on the board of directors of the Garden State Chiropractic Society. He has written a book, 47 Reasons to Visit Your Chiropractor.
Hahn is a Sherman College regent, providing financially for the advancement of the college with annual gifts. He is a longtime member of the college’s Reach Out and Recruit Program and is dedicated to building the profession by speaking at career fairs, local colleges and high schools, and by hosting career events for prospective students in his town. He is a sought-after speaker in the chiropractic profession. Sherman College named him Chiropractor of the Year in 2016, and he was inducted as a “Fellow” into the College of Straight Chiropractic by the IFCO in 2016.
In other trustee news, Peter Kevorkian, DC, stepped down as board chair and Judy Nutz Campanale, DC, ACP, was elected as new board chair; Karlos Boghosian, DC, was elected vice-chair. In addition, the board thanked Ed Marram, PhD, for his service; he resigned from the board after serving for six years as a trustee.
The Board of Trustees at Sherman College of Chiropractic is a visionary group of professionals dedicated to carrying out the college’s mission, goals and objectives to educate doctors of chiropractic, conduct relevant research, and serve humanity with high quality health care.
Source: Sherman College of Chiropractic