Delaware Chapter Board

AMTA-Delaware Chapter would love YOU to be part of our team!
 
 
Consider running or encouraging another AMTA Member
to run for one of AMTA-Delaware Chapter’s open volunteer positions!
Our Board meets quarterly, mostly via virtual chat, so very little driving required, but we do recommend that you have access to and working knowledge of technology, as well as the ability to travel when needed.
We have a great team in place and would love for you to join us.
 
To apply:
Please contact the chapter’s Online Elections Coordinator to request the Candidate Application.
 
 

Open Positions & Position Descriptions

 
 
President
1-year term (2023-2024)
Eligibility:
• Completed one term year as a Chapter Board member within the last three years, and/or
• Completed one term year as a Chapter committee chair or member, within the last two years, and/or
• Completed one term year as a National Board member, National Standing Committee Chair or National Standing Committee member within the last two years.
 
Financial Administrator
2-year term (2023-2025)
Eligibility:
• Completed one term year as a Chapter Board member within the last three years, and/or
• Completed one term year as a Chapter committee chair or member, within the last two years, and/or
• Completed one term year as a National Board member, National Standing Committee Chair or National Standing Committee member within the last two years.
 
 
1-year term (2023-2024)
Eligibility:
• Professional Member in good standing for at least 1 year
 
2-year term (2023-2025)
Eligibility:
• Professional Member in good standing for at least 1 year
 
 
 
Current Board:

President (2018-2023)
Sarah Craig
amtadelaware@gmail.com

Board Member (2019-2023)

Jo Franklin

 
Secretary (2018-2024)
Cynthia Spencer
 
Financial Administrator (2019-2023)
Shirl Lord
 
Delegate (2020-2022)
Cheryl McDonough
 
 

Position Descriptions:

President Secretary Financial Administrator Board Member Delegate

 

Committees
Social Media/PR: Responsible for maintaining the Chapter’s social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, and for updating the Chapter website and sending out regular newsletters.

Education: Plans CE events, including coordinating venues and arranging for transportation and lodging for CE providers.

Government Relations: Attends monthly meetings of the Delaware Board of Massage and Bodywork and reports back to Chapter on any changes in legislation or regulation that affect the massage therapy industry.

National Massage Therapy Awareness Week (NMTAW) Coordinator: Responsible for events during AMTA’s annual NMATW week (third week in October) to educate the public about the benefits of massage therapy.