Meet the Trustees:
Shane Walker, D.C.
A 2000 Sherman graduate, Regent Shane Walker,
D.C., has been appointed to the Sherman College Board of Trustees.
In addition to
a thriving family wellness practice in Naples, FL, he is deeply involved in his
community educating the public about chiropractic.
He serves as president of the
International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations and is host of the radio
and television program, “The Wellness Hour.” He has served on the Board of Directors
of the Arthritis Foundation of Florida and the Shelter for Abused Women and Children
The rewards of involvement, Walker says, are in helping to move chiropractic
forward. Serving in a leadership role has allowed him to develop a clear picture
of where he wants to be in the future, he says.
“The day of my graduation from Sherman College, I knew that involvement with the
college would be a part of my future,” Walker says of joining the board. “Chiropractic
is our entire life, and helping Sherman College take its place as the premier chiropractic
institution is the logical next step for me. I see a huge vision for Sherman and
I am honored to serve.”
As president of the IFCO, Walker led the organization to a 25 percent growth in
just 18 months – the result, he explains, of establishing a clear vision and plan.
“I plan to bring the same energy and commitment to my role on the board at Sherman
College,” he says.