AMTA-AL Board of Directors
Sharon Bryant graduated from the massage program at Calhoun Community College in 2008. She joined AMTA as a student but did not become involved as a volunteer until 2010 when she began managing the AMTA-AL Chapter Facebook Page. She has also served as chair to the Website/Social Media Committee, chair to the Membership Committee, BOD Member at Large #1, and as a Delegate.
Sharon is in private practice in Decatur, AL, and specializes in barefoot massage modalities.
Call Sharon: 256-603-4596
Krissy Warren is a 2012 graduate of The Birmingham School of Massage. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of North Alabama in 2000 and opened her own business in Homewood, Alabama in 2013. She has been a member of AMTA since graduation. Krissy has stayed active with the Birmingham School of Massage and teaches business and ethics there while growing her own business.
Call Krissy: 205-490-5211
Denise Campbell graduated from Wallace State Community College’s Massage Therapy Program in 2013, located in Hanceville, AL. She joined AMTA as a student and began volunteering with the membership committee and daily convention tasks soon after graduation, when she first attended an AMTA-AL chapter event. She has also participated in the volunteer event Ride 2 Recovery in Mobile, AL.
Living in Cullman with her supportive husband and three lovely children, Denise owns and operates a private practice with several staffed therapists. She believes that everyone should experience the healing of massage, regardless of financial situation, and built her business around this ideal.
Call Denise: 256-338-9089
Anna Rickabaugh is originally from Burbank, CA and moved to Auburn, AL in 2007. She graduated from the Southern Union Massage Therapy program in 2008. For the first 3 years of her career she worked in the spas throughout the Auburn area. In 2011, Anna was presented with the opportunity to move her business to Opelika and she took that chance.
Anna focuses on pain relief and management massage. She has focused her continuing education in Neuromuscular Therapy, muscle stripping and carpel tunnel relief.
Anna has been a member of AMTA since 2010 and serves as our Northeast Area Liaison as well as on the board of directors.
Call Anna: 334-750-6522
Cheryl Williams spent 20 years working in senior living communities as a program director and as an administrator. After seeing the positive effects that touch had on her residents she became more interested in massage therapy as a career. She graduated from Birmingham School of Massage in 2015 and joined AMTA after graduation. She serves as Secretary.
Cheryl and her husband have a massage practice in Birmingham and are dedicated to continuing education and providing their clients with massage that meets their needs and expectations.
Call Cheryl: 205-381-1645