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Term  11/2017 - 11/2018
   Upon receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Dr. Cross moved to Tallahassee to work at Florida Baptist Children’s Home.   He worked in residential treatment centers for abused and troubled children and teens for over 10 years.   During a trip to Tallahassee in 1987, he and his wife were injured in a severe auto accident. It was during his recovery from this accident that chiropractic made its first major impact on his life.   After seeing the miraculous effects of chiropractic on his self, Dr. Cross entered Logan Chiropractic College in January, 1991.   Upon his graduating in April of 1995, he and his wife returned to Florida. After gaining experience working in two older chiropractor’s offices, he purchased a retiring doctor’s practice in Quincy, Fl. on January 1, 1997. He began solo practice while continuing to study and develop his training and treatment skills.

Dr. Cross has been very active in his profession.   He was elected to the Board of Directors of the Florida Chiropractic Association in 2000. During his 12 years of service to the FCA Board, he held all elected positions including President. Dr. Cross also began teaching his fellow chiropractic physicians continuing education courses. Dr. Cross later became involved with national chiropractic issues and made several trips to Washington to lobby for various patient’s rights issues and health care issues in general.   He was recognized for his efforts by being commissioned a Kentucky Colonel in 2005. He has also been honored with Fellowships from other national professional organizations as a result of his advanced training.   In 2008, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations. 

In the spring of 2012, after being in solo practice in Quincy for 15 years, Palmer Chiropractic College offered him a professor position at their Florida campus. In July of 2012, he started teaching the young doctors during their last year of their doctoral program. He still owns and manages the clinic in Quincy, and occasionally still sees patients. 



 Phone: (850) 875-1747

email: Dr. Don Cross

   Dr. Dan Spencer comes from a chiropractic family. His father, brother, and sister all graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, and his brother-in-law and sister-in-law graduated from Palmer’s Chiropractic Technologist program. Dr. Dan was high school valedictorian and earned the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts. Dr. Dan graduated in the Chiropractic Centennial class in 1995, and is named for the founder of Chiropractic, Dr. Daniel David Palmer. He is a member of the Pi Kappa Chi professional fraternity at Palmer College.  Dr. Dan earned a degree in Biology from Adrian College in Michigan prior to enrolling at Palmer, and was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega undergraduate fraternity. Dr. Dan 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.

Dr. Dan served as President of the Michigan Club while at Palmer, and has been active in state associations ever since. 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. Dan served as President of the MAC in 2011-2012, and Chairman of the Board in 2013-2014, serving over 1600 fellow doctors of chiropractic.  He was honored as MAC ‘Chiropractor of the Year’ in 2012. During his leadership tenure, Dr. Dan had the opportunity to testify before members of the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate, and meet with both Governor Granholm and Governor Snyder.  He remains active in the MAC, and previously served as District 2 Representative and then Second Vice-President of COCSA.

Having received his first chiropractic adjustment at birth, Dr. Dan has personally experienced the healthy lifestyle that chiropractic care offers. He feels that all people need to have appropriate access to chiropractic care, as it focuses on true health. He also feels that DC’s should be reimbursed fairly for their vital services. Dr. Dan’s goal is for all chiropractic organizations to be as successful as possible so that society can realize the benefits of safe, effective and affordable chiropractic care! Dr. Dan currently resides in Hillsdale, Michigan with his wife, Michelle and their children, Nathan, Katelyn and Nicholas.

1st Vice President

 Phone:  (517) 448-3791

email:  Dr. Dan Spencer

    Brenda Holland, DC is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Since graduation, she has served on chiropractic and community committees. Dr. Holland has been actively teaching courses including anatomy, x-ray positioning, nutrition, and therapy modalities. She holds a Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics, and currently practices at the Chiropractic Company in Germantown, Wisconsin.  

 2nd vice president

Phone:  (262) 250-1948

email:  Dr. Brenda Holland


  Ms. Dowell has been the Executive Director of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors (MAC) since the merger of the state’s chiropractic associations in 2007. Prior to the merger, she had served as Executive Director of the Michigan Chiropractic Society since 1995. She works with the Board of Directors and is responsible for the development and implementation of all organizational policies and programs. She supervises all personnel, executes contracts, administers the legal, legislative, fundraising, advocacy and membership agendas, and oversees all other aspects of the MAC.


 Phone: (517) 367-2225

email: Kristine Dowell



 Dr. Kendall Payne, Kansas Chiropractic Association


Phone:  (913) 685-0022

email:  Dr. Kendall Payne 


Jeffrey S. Jenkins is the Executive Director of the Texas Chiropractic Association, joining TCA in November 2014. With more than 1,400 members, TCA is one of the largest chiropractic associations in the United States and, having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2016, one of the oldest. In addition to managing TCA’s strategic operations, Mr. Jenkins is the liaison for the TCA Board of Directors and the primary staff contact for the association’s Legislative Affairs Committee, Education & Events Committee and the Financial Oversight & Budget Committee, among others.


A 15-year veteran in the association world, Mr. Jenkins joined TCA after a 13-year stint with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), a Washington, D.C.-based trade association representing more than 140,000 members involved in home building, remodeling, multifamily construction, property management, subcontracting, design, housing finance, building product manufacturing and other aspects of residential and light commercial construction. At NAHB, he held a variety of positions in the 50+ housing, sales and marketing and multifamily divisions and with the association’s education arm. He has more than a decade of experience in advocacy, communications, education, event management, marketing, membership and publications.


Prior to NAHB, Mr. Jenkins was on the communications team at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston and worked as a community news and sports editor at the Houston Chronicle. He also worked at several daily newspapers in Texas.


Mr. Jenkins is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and graduated from Louisiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.



  Phone: (512) 477-9292

email:  Jeffrey Jenkins

   Dr. John J. LaMonica has been a Chiropractor since 1985. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the New York Chiropractic College. After working as a covering doctor, he opened a private practice in 1987 in White Plains, New York, where he is still presently located. He has won many awards throughout the years for his contributions to the profession. They include the Council’s District Service Award, Willing Spirit Award, Distinguished Service Award as well as the Council’s Chiropractor of the Year-Beacon Award. He has been the host of the cable television show “Ways to Better Health”. He has been a local and national Speaker on a variety of topics that include Insurance Documentation, New York Workers’ Compensation Guidelines, Medicare and Electronic Health Records. He has served the profession for over two decades in various positions for both State and National Chiropractic Organizations. He is the Past-President for the New York Chiropractic Council as well as Past-President for the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations.


 Phone: (914) 682-0334
          Email: Dr. John LaMonica

Dr. Gerald Stevens is an associate professor at New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). He teaches chiropractic in clinical settings at SUNY Buffalo, Lighthouse Free Chiropractic Clinic and the Depew Health Center. Dr. Stevens has an extensive education receiving his DC at NYCC (2001), M.S. in Pathology (LSU Medical Center, 1995) and a M.P.H. in Public Health (SUNY Buffalo, 2005). Dr. Stevens dabbles in chiropractic research as well having multiple publications to his credit.

Dr. Stevens serves as a director on the board of the New York State Chiropractic Association (NYSCA). He also serves on the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York chiropractic advisory board. Dr. Stevens organizes an extremely successful a continuing education fundraiser for NYSCA with over 200 chiropractors in attendance each of last four years. He received the NYSCA District 17 Chiropractor of the year award (2008). He was the first chiropractic intern to serve at Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Dr. Stevens is an avid traveler, visiting 29 countries, 6 continents and 48 states. Gerald enjoys hiking with his crowning achievement climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. He is has been involved with Toastmasters International for over 11 years achieving its highest rank of Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). Dr. Stevens actively competes in speech contests on a regular basis. He and his wife Maureen, adopted a family of 4 (3 girls, 1 boy) all at once. Lastly, Dr. Stevens proudly served his country for six years in the Army National Guard as an infantryman.

 District 1 Director


Phone: (716) 474-4511

email: Dr. Gerald Stevens

 Dr. Damian Palmer, Michigan Association of Chiropractors


 Phone:  (231) 689-6070

email:  Dr. Damian Palmer


Dr. Thomas Wetzen, Unified Virginia Chiropractic Association 

District 3 Director 


Phone:  (703) 560-4730

email:  Dr. Thomas Wetzen

  Dr. Jacob Holkup, North Dakota Chiropractic Association

District 4 Director 


Phone:  (701) 866-4011

email:  Dr. Jacob Holkup 


Dr. Brian Stenzler, California Chiropractic Association


Phone: (858) 274-2225
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email: Dr. Brian Stenzler



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