Palmer Coronavirus/COVID-19 Updates 
Advancing chiropractic through philanthropy, service and leadership

Advancing chiropractic through philanthropy, service and leadership

Fall 2018

college news

Alumni Connect Across the Nation

State Representative Program Update

State and district representatives at the annual meeting during the main-campus Homecoming, Aug. 9-11, 2018.
Group photo of State and district representatives

In 2015, a small group of Palmer alumni volunteered to take an active role in supporting the College by becoming state and district representatives.

Today, 27 State Representatives and 125 District Representatives serve as Palmer ambassadors. These dedicated volunteers work with Palmer's Alumni Office to build personal connections with alumni across the country, help new Palmer graduates stay involved in their states, and advance the profession within their communities.

Drs. Rebecca and Robert Ault, '07, practice in Kent, Ohio and have been very active – Rebecca as the Ohio state representative and Robert as a district representative.

"Palmer has given us so much by creating so much prosperity in our lives by giving us such a great education, allowing us to help people every day," says Robert Ault, D.C. "Donating our time and resources to our alma mater ensures future chiropractors can come in and get the best of everything."

"Being involved is the only way you can influence how our profession is moving forward," says Rebecca Ault, D.C.

Reach out to representatives in your state and get connected with Palmer alumni:

Choose your program