March 15, 2013 — Parker University recently announced its partnership to consult with Fabrizio Mancini, DC, president emeritus of Parker University, on various aspects of Parker Seminars, institutional advancement, and admissions — all areas that Mancini deeply impacted during his time as president of Parker University and Parker Seminars.
“Dr. Mancini has such an extensive history with Parker as a former student, former president, and mentee of Parker’s founder, the late Dr. Jim Parker, that this partnership seemed like the perfect fit,” said Brian J. McAulay, DC, PhD, president of Parker University. “Over the years, Dr. Mancini has had a tremendous influence on the chiropractic profession and we’re excited to continue to work with him. His insights on Parker Seminars, future chiropractic students, and partnerships with donors will be extremely valuable.”
In this role, Mancini will develop and maintain relationships with university and seminar donors and sponsors. He will also create relationships with new Parker Seminar speakers and will work with Parker’s admissions department to develop relationships with future chiropractic students.
“Countless chiropractic students have decided to pursue a doctor of chiropractic degree after speaking with Dr. Mancini or hearing his inspiring chiropractic message,” said Gery Hochanadel, PhD, provost of Parker University. “His passion for chiropractic and his leadership within the profession is what makes this an ideal partnership. Mancini is known for being instrumental in cultivating relationships and we’re thrilled to collaborate with him.”
Mancini retired as president from Parker University in October 2012 to pursue his dreams of spreading the chiropractic health and wellness message to public audiences. He continues to share his message educating the public on the benefits of chiropractic care through various media outlets worldwide. To learn more about Mancini’s next steps and journey in spreading the chiropractic message to the masses, visit his website at drfabnews.com.
Source: Parker University, parker.edu