How Your State Association Can Help

Apr 9, 2020

How Your State Association Can Help


Elizabeth Klein, Dr. Dan Spencer, Dr. Rachel Wendt


Thu 4/09/2020    
4:00 pm

Throughout the COVID-19 public health crisis, the chiropractic state associations are advocating for the profession across the country. Join us as we discuss the response of chiropractic state associations with leaders from ChiroCongress. We will be discussing how doctors of chiropractic can leverage resources to navigate the current environment and the advocacy efforts on behalf of the profession.

Elizabeth (Lizz) Klein joined ChiroCongress in 2018 after spending the prior 11 years working for a regional non-profit as an Associate Director. She is a graduate of Warner Pacific College where she received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She received a CA Diploma from Parker University and has over 30-years of management and consulting experience working with both non-profit and for-profit organizations.

Dr. Dan Spencer has practiced his entire career in his hometown of Hudson, Michigan, as well as the community of Reading, Michigan. He has also been a member of the physician staff at Hillsdale Hospital since 2001. He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® and is also certified in the Cox® Technic. He held numerous leadership positions in the Michigan Chiropractic Society (MCS), and served on the transition executive committee during the historic merger of the MCS and the Michigan Chiropractic Association in forming the Michigan Association of Chiropractors (MAC).

Dr. Rachel Wendt is the Director of Education and Membership Development for the Colorado Chiropractic Association. She graduated from National University of Health Sciences in 2012.