NYCC President, Dr. Frank J. Nicchi Receives Foot Levelers Achievement Award for Chiropractic Education

Dr. Frank Nicchi, President of New York Chiropractic College received the Achievement Award for Chiropractic Education during the annual Parker Seminars international event in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 9th. The sixth annual Foot Levelers’ achievement awards were presented to a group of the chiropractic profession’s most distinguished leaders. Foot Levelers’ President and CEO, Kent S. Greenawalt, presented the awards in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments. Dr. Nicchi, a 1978 alumnus and long-time faculty member, was appointed President of NYCC in 2000. Since that time, he has led new initiatives to develop clinical education programs that have solidified the College’s vision and its emphasis on academic excellence and successful integration of chiropractic into diverse healthcare settings. Dr. Nicchi was recognized for his leadership in NYCC’s creation of educational and clinical programs (internships and chiropractic services in the Veteran’s Administration (VA) health systems, private and military hospitals and at state university health centers) that advance and benefit the chiropractic profession. Three additional honors were awarded at the event. Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, President of Parker College of Chiropractic and the Parker Seminars received the Dr. Monte Greenawalt Chiropractic Excellence Award. David Chapman-Smith, Secretary-General for the World Federation of Chiropractic was awarded the Achievement Award for Chiropractic Leadership. The Achievement Award for Chiropractic Philosophy went to Dr. Bob Hoffman, President and CEO of The Masters Circle. “We are privileged to have this opportunity to recognize their achievements and thank them for all they have done,” Kent Greenawalt said of the award recipients. “These four individuals have made a tremendous impact on the profession.”

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