September 29, 2014 — The 11th Annual Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA) Leadership Conference was held September 26-28, in Roanoke, Virginia. Hosted by Foot Levelers and held at the company’s headquarters, this event gathered approximately 150 student leaders from chiropractic schools around the U.S.
During the conference, Nick Doyle of Chiropractic Economics presented attendees with complimentary T-shirts with the SACA logo on the front, and the pledge, “I am going to RECOMMEND ONE,” on the back.
“The idea is to get chiropractic students engaged in growing the industry,” Doyle says. “When students are recommending their schools to other students, it brightens the future of chiropractic.”
The size of the turnout and quality of student leadership, together with the energy and enthusiasm they brought to the conference, led to substantial excitement regarding the Recommend One program. Other notable sponsors of this year’s event were Standard Process, NCMIC, the American Chiropractic Association, and New York Chiropractic College.
Major speakers at the conference included Kent Greenawalt; John Nab, DC, David Herd, DC; Frank Nicchi, DC; Louis Sportelli, DC; and ÂÂ Nicole Ingrando, DC, who presented on the future of the profession and the impact that student leaders can make upon it.
For more information about the Recommend One program, visit discoverchiropractic.org.
Source: Chiropractic Economics staff report