Committees


Committee Chairpersons and Members are appointed positions – Interested in being on or heading an amta nevada chapter Committee?

Communications Committee

makes sure that all the massage therapy news in Nevada that’s fit to print is organized, professional, factual, and disseminated with clear lines of communication with the Nevada Chapter leadership. All forms of communication, promotion, and publication are considered under the important responsibility of this committee.

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Eileen Charles, LMT

Newsletter Editor (Silver State Massage Express):  Eileen Charles reports to Chair

Eileen Charles, LMT started a career as a full-time aesthetician in December 1999 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas, Spa Moulay; for three and a half years, her practice consisted of facial, waxing and makeup protocols. Eileen’s massage therapy career started after graduation from the Nevada School of Massage Therapy in Las Vegas, NV, in 2014; she combined both of her careers over into one dually-licensed position at the Excalibur Hotel’s Legendary Spa. Eileen is the Nevada Chapter’s 2016/2017 Delegate, was its 2015 Alternate Delegate, and serves as the chapter newsletter’s Editor and is a member of the NMTAW® Committee.

Webmaster (www.amta-nv.org):  email hidden; JavaScript is required reports to Chair

David J Otto, LMT BCTMB earned his BA in English, Secondary Education in 1991. In 2001, he graduated from the Nevada School of Massage Therapy where he is also an ACCET-accredited Professional Development Instructor for 4+ years. He’s owned/operated his massage therapy practice, Hands In Motion, since 2003 in Henderson, Las Vegas & Clark County, NV. David has served the AMTA-Nevada Chapter as President, 1st Vice-President, Delegate & Alternate, Newsletter Editor, Webmaster – he has served on National Convention, Chapter and Mentoring Awards committees, is a Subject Matter Expert with the NCBTMB, and is an active volunteer with the Massage Therapy Foundation.

Education Committee

Annually and throughout the year, plans, organizes and makes happen the magic of live continuing education courses in both the Northern and Southern metropolitan areas of Nevada. Making sure the members and soon-to-be-member professionals seeking growth in their profession get their experience with the Nevada Chapter, smoothly and successfully.

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Membership Committee

Watches for opportunities for the Nevada Chapter members to participate in local opportunities to volunteer for other non-profit organizations, purveying the health benefits and overall wellness effects of massage therapy to the public.

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Student Outreach Committee

Constantly seeks opportunities to recruit students to join AMTA as Graduate or Professional members of the AMTA through article-submission to the newsletter (for distribution to school/program campuses) and campus visits and formal & informal presentations.

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Chair: OPEN – Express Your Interest reports to President/Board

 

 

 

 

Commission on Candidacy

runs the Nevada Chapter’s Annual Elections – from promoting offices/positions, to collecting & vetting Nominations, to running the Election process during the annual General Meeting.

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Brent Bornemeier, LMT graduated from Portland Community College in 2004 and earned his Massage Therapy certification from Anthem College in 2013. When not in session with his clients at Atomic Massage, he can be found hiking/meditating at Calico Basin or crushing some weights at Gold’s Gym. Brent serves the AMTA-Nevada Chapter as its Secretary and Chair of the Commission on Candidacy.

 

National Massage Therapy Awareness Week® (NMTAW) Committee

This committee assures members know about how to promote their practices in each of their communities, organizes its own outreach event for the last week in October every year, and secures a gubernatorial proclomation of “Massage Week in Nevada” from the governor.

Eileen Charles, LMTMember: email hidden; JavaScript is required – reports to Committee Chair
Eileen Charles, LMT started a career as a full-time aesthetician in December 1999 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas, Spa Moulay; for three and a half years, her practice consisted of facial, waxing and makeup protocols. Eileen’s massage therapy career started after graduation from the Nevada School of Massage Therapy in Las Vegas, NV, in 2014; she combined both of her careers over into one dually-licensed position at the Excalibur Hotel’s Legendary Spa. Eileen is the Nevada Chapter’s 2016/2017 Delegate, was its 2015 Alternate Delegate, and serves as the chapter newsletter’s Editor and is a member of the NMTAW® Committee.

Government Relations Committee

Keeps In-The-Know about local and state issues concerning the regulation of our privileged and business licensing requirements. Changes & proposals – to the best of this committee’s massage community-initiated intelligence and through various governmental relationships and notification systems – are recorded and addressed as necessary; consideration for opinion is often motivated by the nature of the change and how it is fair for both the public and licensees/members.

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David OttoMember:  email hidden; JavaScript is required – reports to Chair

David J Otto, LMT BCTMB earned his BA in English, Secondary Education in 1991. In 2001, he graduated from the Nevada School of Massage Therapy where he is also an ACCET-accredited Professional Development Instructor for 4+ years. He’s owned/operated his massage therapy practice, Hands In Motion, since 2003 in Henderson, Las Vegas & Clark County, NV. David has served the AMTA-Nevada Chapter as President, 1st Vice-President, Delegate & Alternate, Newsletter Editor, Webmaster – he has served on National Convention, Chapter and Mentoring Awards committees, is a Subject Matter Expert with the NCBTMB, and is an active volunteer with the Massage Therapy Foundation.

 

 

Please review and contact the Committee Chair or Member that you need to have your question, comment, or idea logged.

If you’re considering Volunteering with the Chapter, there are a few requirements:

  • Do you know what it is that you would like to do?
  • Do you have 5 to 10 hours a month to attend meetings, propose/complete projects and assignments?
  • Are you familiar with computerized spreadsheets, text documents, or online resources for massage therapy?
  • Have you completed and printed out your Volunteer Code of Conduct form? (required)

If you answered “yes” to all these questions, you are ready to consider a Volunteer life with the AMTA Nevada Chapter!

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