December 3, 2010 — The Alumni Association of Life Chiropractic College West named Rachae Bell, a third quarter junior from Davenport, Wash. as its 2010 Student of the Year.
During the annual gala dinner and dance on Oct. 23, Bell was honored for her exceptional contributions to Life West and the chiropractic profession.
Since the day she arrived to Life West, Rachae Bell has been a significant contributor in a variety of clubs and organizations on campus. For the last two years, she has served on the Strategic Planning Committee & the Curriculum Committee.
She also helped launch the Life West Mentoring Program and organized the Life West clinic entrance reviews and Irene Gold Board Reviews. Bell has been Student Council Representative for several quarters and is currently serving as her class representative.
In addition, she has been involved in the Upper Cervical Club, Pediatrics Club and Neurology Club, and is an active member of Mission Trip America (MTA). MTA is a program sponsored by Life West where students and faculty provide complimentary chiropractic care to underprivileged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area.
“I am so thankful for the chiropractic profession for allowing me to learn, study, understand, and marvel at the intricacies of the human body and its healing capacities,” said Bell. My goal as a chiropractor is to help people get well, to give, to love, and to serve … and to have fun! “
Dr. Kim Khauv, faculty senate president and faculty member said, “As an accomplished student leader and athlete, Rachae Bell is the type of student we are all proud to have at Life West.”
Source: Life Chiropractic College West, www.lifewest.edu