We’re committed to preparing you for success. That begins with the admissions process. Palmer’s knowledgeable, friendly and helpful admissions counselors are here to help you learn about the exciting career opportunities that start at Palmer College of Chiropractic.
They have helped thousands of people decide the best path toward their career. If you’ve got questions, your admissions counselor has the answers!
Amanda graduated from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with a Bachelor of Science in human services leadership and a Master of Science in educational leadership. While in college, she realized her passion for student enrollment and loves the excitement of working with prospective students.
Amanda serves prospective students in Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Main, Maryland, Nebraska, Puerto Rico, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia.
She joined Palmer in 2017 and enjoys meeting students while traveling for the Admissions Office, educating the public about chiropractic and helping students reach their goals.
Anthony joined Palmer in 2007 and has been helping domestic and international students achieve their dreams of becoming a chiropractor ever since. Anthony graduated from Loras College with a Bachelor of Arts degree, double majoring in both marketing and business management.
Anthony serves all international prospective students as well as those in Alabama, Hawaii, Iowa, Nevada.
"I am passionate about helping students explore how important their educational decision making process is, and am always delighted to help students discover the many fine attributes that make Palmer College of Chiropractic The Trusted Leader in Chiropractic Education.”
In addition to helping U.S. students, Anthony is an International Admissions Counselor and Designated School Official (DSO) and is able to help advise students from anywhere in the world through the entire process of Admission to Palmer.
“We never know how far reaching something we may think, say, or do today will affect the lives of millions tomorrow” – Dr. B.J. Palmer
Darcy graduated from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and a minor in interpersonal communication. Joining the Palmer family in 2018, Darcy enjoys the rich history, incredible work ethic, and strong outcomes Palmer College of Chiropractic students and alumni bring to the health care field.
Darcy serves prospective students from Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.
“My goal is to be a stepping stone for students to achieve their dreams of becoming a Palmer chiropractors; so that their care can then reach people around the world.”
Justina resides and offices in Dallas, Texas where she has lived and continued to work in higher education the past nine years. Justina attended Converse College in her native state of South Carolina where she received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology. Justina began her career in higher education more than 15
years ago and while working has since completed her Master of Arts in Liberal Studies degree in Cultural Diversity, Perspectives on
Society: Issues of Contemporary American Society and World
Cultures at Texas Christian University.
Justina serves prospective students in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina and Ontario, Canada. She loves to meet new students, families and advisers to forge relationships and educate them about a career in chiropractic.
Kelan is a Quad City native, born in Rock Island, IL. He received his education at Lincoln College, where he earned an A.A. Liberal Arts degree, and Augustana College, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology.
Kelan serves prospective students in Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
He first joined Palmer College in 1996 having worked in Admissions/Recruitment for most of his tenure. He has helped over 1,300 students realize their dreams of becoming Palmer chiropractors. He enjoys advocating for the college and profession to prospective students,
college/university instructors, advisers, administrators, as well as distinguished Palmer alumni.
“To say I have a passion for chiropractic and Palmer College would be an understatement. It was chiropractic that taught me the most about myself. It has played a direct role in my own health and wellness and it has given me the clearest understanding of what the true
essence of health and wellness is. Above all, it made it that much easier for me to take Palmer’s mission on the road and do what I love most: representing this institution to prospective students and working closely with their support channels as they navigate their way to
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Kelley has been serving the Palmer Admissions Department for over 15 years after she spent a number of years working as an accountant in the Financial Affairs Department. Kelley holds an Associate of Arts degree in accounting and business administration, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in organizational management.
Kelley serves prospective students in Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey and New York.
“My motivation comes from promoting Palmer College and the chiropractic profession and helping prospective students to achieve their goals.”
Cordie was born and raised in Georgia. She received her education at Valdosta State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in speech communication with an emphasis in public relations and her Master of Public Administration degree. Cordie enjoys working in higher education and has previously worked for college admissions in South Georgia.
"I love the atmosphere here at Palmer, and I am excited to help students achieve their goals."
Ben, a Chicago native, received his education at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts with a double major in secondary education and history. He also worked as an EMT on an ambulance in Chicago for several years while completing his degree. After graduating, Ben taught high school history/social studies in Chicago before moving into college admissions.
"I have a passion for both education and the health care field, and I understand the profound impact each can have on a person’s life. I love helping students join the Palmer family, so they can go out into the world and help others."
Born in Rota, Spain, to a military family, Sabrina spent most of her childhood traveling the world. After graduating from high school, she enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served for a total of eight years. Beginning her professional career as a medic, Sabrina later retrained to become an air evacuation nurse and served as the Division Supervisor of Internal Communication, Healthcare Division.
Sabrina holds an Associate of Science degree in nursing, a Bachelor of the Arts degree in advertising/public relations and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Central Florida. She has over 10 years of admissions-related experience working in both
private and public institutions.
"I am passionate about educating others on the benefits of the Chiropractic profession. My goal is to pass this knowledge along and assist students in successfully navigating the graduate school admissions process."
Sue is originally from Northeast Pennsylvania. She received her education from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in secondary education and physical science. Sue came to Palmer in 2011, and loves assisting students as they fulfill their goals to become doctors of chiropractic.
“Palmer strives to provide students with the very best in chiropractic education, and I am so happy to assist students in any way that I can.”
Bill is a California native and grew up as a chiropractic kid.
“My father was a chiropractor, so I know firsthand the benefits chiropractic care can have on a family’s health and well-being. I love helping individuals transition into a career where they can make such a positive impact on people’s lives.”
Teresa is the lead Admissions Counselor at Palmer's West Campus.
"Among the things I enjoy most about working at Palmer is one-on-one contact with students and helping them in any way that I can. I am also very fortunate to work with a great team!"
Danielle, a Bay Area native, received her Bachelor of Science degree from the Art Institute of San Francisco and her Master of Business Administration degree (with a focus in marketing) from DeVry’s Keller School of Management. Most of Danielle’s professional career has been as a graphic artist or outreach specialist, but that all changed when she decided to become an Admissions Counselor in 2016.
"I left behind a career in marketing and graphic design, because I love helping people achieve their dreams more than helping them spend their money. Working at a chiropractic college is so fulfilling, as I am able to help students achieve their dreams that will impact the health of their community."