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Massage Today
April 6, 2011

Dixie Wall Elected CAMTC Chairperson

Massage Today's very own Contributing Editor since 2005, Dixie Wall LAc, has been elected the next Chairperson of the California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) at the March 15th's Board of Directors meeting in Los Angeles.

Wall was elected unanimously by the Board of Directors. The installation of new officers became effective at the end of the meeting. The following officers were seated Dixie Wall as Chairperson, Mark Dixon as Vice Chairperson, Roberta Rolnick as Secretary, and Michael Marylander was reelected for his second term as Treasurer. The installation of new officers took affect at the end of the meeting and officers will serve for one year.

"It's an honor to succeed such a great leader such as Beverly May as Chairperson and serve among such a talented and experienced Board of Directors. We have overcome so many hurdles since CAMTC was created in 2008. This year we have an opportunity to solidify the foundation already set. I will strive for to carry the mission of CAMTC and the purpose of its law," said Wall.

The CAMTC is currently accepting applications. Go to www.camtc.org for information on applying for certification, regulations and other important updates.

 

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