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Dr. Waggoner practices in Gresham, OR and graduated from University of Western States in 2006. She was on the Rules Advisory Committee and the Peer Review Committee before being appointed to the Board. “I have enjoyed being apart of each committee and now a part of the board. Doing what’s good for the profession, in the interest of public protection, is important to me.”
Dr. Waggoner is married and has 4 children. She loves watching her kids do their numerous activities, watching baseball, anything Disney and spending entirely too much time on social media.
Dr. Seth Alley attended Davidson College for his undergraduate pre-medical studies, and graduated from the University of Western States in 2006. He oversees a multi-disciplinary practice in Portland that he established in 2007, focusing mainly on sports medicine, nutrition, and rehabilitation for patients. For the last six years, he has served on the Peer Review Committee for the Oregon Board. He is honored to have joined the OBCE as a Board member applying his previous training and professional knowledge to promote better regulation, clinical development, and protection of the public. He aims to achieve these goals and serve, not only his fellow chiropractic physicians, but the members of his community, and his state.
Dr. Baranick grew up in the Los Angeles area and moved to Corvallis where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science at Oregon State University. After a couple years working for a physical therapist, she attended the University of Western States and graduated in 2009. She has owned and operated a chiropractic and massage clinic in downtown Milwaukie since 2010 and spent several years teaching as an Adjunct and Assistant professor at UWS. Since 2018 she has served on the Peer Review Committee as well as an instructor for chiropractic continuing education. She is excited to now serve on the board and regulate chiropractors in our state and keep the profession moving forward.
Glenn’s work career was primarily with non-profit organizations in Portland. He retired from his most recent position as Director of Operations at Saturday Academy in June 2015.
He served two terms on the Board of Naturopathic Medicine and was the Chair for his last two years. In fall 2018, he was reappointed to a third term on the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners, where he served as Vice President for one year and has been the Oregon delegate to the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards for the last four years.
Glenn retired in 2018 from Encore Brass, which he founded in 1978, as Conductor Emeritus. In September 2017 he was selected as the new conductor of the Portland Metro Concert Band, which rehearses and performs in East Portland.
Lori Schmidt is an attorney on the southern Oregon coast; her practice focuses primarily on representing parents and children involved in the juvenile dependency system. Outside of her practice, Lori volunteers with her local Zonta club, enjoys gardening, crafting, and spending time with her pets.
Dr. Scott Fuller grew up in Beaverton before attending the University of Oregon, where he received his degree in Human Physiology. Scott graduated from the University of Western States in 2012 where he also received a Masters in Exercise and Sports Science. After graduation, his practice focused on improving his patient's self-efficacy and self-management through care involving progressive rehabilitation programs. For the past five years Scott has worked in a multi-disciplinary setting providing care that continues to focus on educating and empowering his patients. Scott recently completed an MBA in Healthcare Management from OHSU, and he hopes to apply some of the principles from that program to help provide efficient, affordable and productive musculoskeletal care to the population of Oregon.
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