ASCA Welcomes New Executive Director, ACA Partnership
The Alabama State Chiropractic Association (ASCA) is excited to begin its partnership with the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). ACA’s association management services bring great value to ASCA and as we begin this new chapter, we want to introduce ACA’s association management team and share a few of the first steps of this new collaboration.
Brenda Toler will serve as ASCA executive director. She has over a decade of experience working in the chiropractic industry. She owned a chiropractic supply company for seven years before transitioning into association management as the director of membership and education for the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association. She has been serving in the role of executive director for the Minnesota Chiropractic Association for the past year, applying her expertise in membership, events and business development to oversee daily operations and facilitate association growth. She is excited to do the same as the executive director of ASCA. In this role, she will serve as the new point of contact for ASCA operations and ensure that the association can continue to serve doctors of chiropractic and patients throughout the state of Alabama.
Karen Silberman is ACA executive vice president. She has worked at ACA for six years, during which time she has overseen a governance remodel and organizational rebranding for the association. She is committed to leveraging the expertise of ACA staff to help state chiropractic associations grow and thrive.
Since we announced this partnership with ACA, the team has already been working with ASCA leadership on a few exciting developments. Our annual meeting is being planned now for June 10-11 at the Marriott Hotel in Birmingham. Look for more information and registration details soon!
ASCA also has a new mailing address:
Alabama State Chiropractic Association
7956 Vaughn Road
Montgomery, AL 36116
Be on the lookout for more from ASCA in the coming weeks.
Welcome to Alabama State Chiropractic Association
Founded more than 80 years ago, the Alabama State Chiropractic Association is the unified voice of the chiropractic profession in the state. The ASCA is committed to the preservation, protection and promotion of the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic. ASCA works to protect the rights of the recipients of chiropractic care, and to promote the general welfare and members of the chiropractic profession. ASCA represents the interest of its members in all areas of vital concern to the profession.
The Alabama State Chiropractic Association and its members acknowledge the significant effects of the Vertebral Subluxation Complex on human health. Therefore, the Alabama State Chiropractic Association is committed to the preservation, protection and promotion of the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic, the practice freedoms of chiropractic and the freedom of all people to choose their form health care, through proactive legislation postgraduate continuing education, leadership training, organized committees and public relations; and to further the integration of chiropractic into the nation’s health care delivery system. We are committed to chiropractic and its positive impact on the lives of its doctors, their patients and staff, and the citizens of this great state.