May 10, 2010 — The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) held its annual meeting in Baltimore where the board of directors voted to name the new NBCE meeting/office facility after long-time Executive Vice President Horace Elliott.
Since 1986, Horace Elliott has been the chief operating officer of the NBCE. In his duties as NBCE executive vice president, he is responsible for general and active supervision over exam administration, property, business, finances and other affairs of the corporation, as well as for the overall management of its full-time staff.
Elliott, a graduate of Lamar University, is also responsible for managing and executing the policies and goals of the corporation as established by an 11-member Board of Directors.
During his time at the NBCE, Elliott has received two honorary doctorates, a Doctorate of Humanities from the Texas College of Chiropractic and a Doctorate of Human Letters from the American College of Chiropractors. He currently serves on the board of the Academic Consortium of Complementary and Alternative Health Care.
The nearly 15,000 square foot building is scheduled to be complete the end of May with a building dedication on Aug. 6. The building will mainly serve as a meeting facility with state-of-the-art technology and audio visual equipment. It also holds space for storage and future staff offices.
Source: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, www.nbce.org