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 International prospective students, as well as those in: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Montana, Nebraska, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
She joined Palmer in 2017 and enjoys meeting students while traveling for the Office of Admissions, educating the public about chiropractic, and helping students reach their goals.
Emily graduated from Monmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations. After graduation, she moved to Florida and began working for the Walt Disney Company through their Disney College Program. Upon conclusion, she moved back to the Quad Cities to obtain her Master of Science degree in college student personnel: higher education leadership at Western Illinois University – Quad Cities.
Emily serves prospective students in: Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.
"My goal is to assist students in taking the next step in their educational journey by offering them support and guidance throughout every step of the process. My hope is that every student I encounter feels supported and prepared for their program. The culture Palmer has created welcomes innovation and teaches our students to think with their head, love with their heart and heal others with their hands. This philosophy not only prepares our students to be exceptional chiropractors, but exceptional people.”ContactEmily Danger
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. 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.
Kelan serves prospective students in: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.
“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 matriculation.”ContactKelan Ritchie
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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: Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota and Washington.
“My motivation comes from promoting Palmer College and the chiropractic profession. I love helping prospective students achieve their goals.”
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.
Sue serves international prospective students, as well as prospective students in: Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee and the Virgin Islands.
“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.”ContactSue Buro
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.
Ben serves prospective students in: Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
"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."ContactBen Hucker
Latif is a New York City native, who relocated to Deland, Florida in 2012. He received his education at Florida Technical College where he obtained his bachelor's degree in business marketing and management. Latif has a passion for assisting students in obtaining their goals in higher education.
Latif serves prospective students in: Florida (Orlando, Kissimmee, South FL, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and W. Palm Beach), Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
"Palmer has an awesome atmosphere where students continue to develop a passion for learning."ContactLatif Muhammad
Katelyn was born and raised in Port Orange, Florida. She received her education from the University of Central Florida, where she earned her bachelor’s of science degree in psychology. Katelyn loves assisting students in higher education and previously worked in admissions at Daytona State College.
Katelyn serves prospective students in: Florida (Northeast FL, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Panama City, Pensacola, Gainesville, Mid-State, Melbourne, North Tampa, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, Fort Myers, Naples, Bradenton, Ocala and Fort Pierce), Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
“I love meeting our prospective students, and learning about their passion for Chiropractic. This is a huge part of the incredible community we have here at Palmer!”ContactKatelyn Nelson
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.
"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."ContactDanielle Breaux
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.”ContactBill Riley