AMTA-AL Delegates

Every year AMTA-Alabama Chapter sends two Delegates to the AMTA National Convention to represent our state chapter in the House of Delegates.

Delegates serve as National-level volunteers and have several responsibilities they must fulfill during their term.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Delegate, Alternate Delegate or the House of Delegates, please contact one of the delegates listed below.

2017-2018 Delegates
Krissy Warren

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.

Krissy Warren
205.490.5211
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Madi Cowan

Madi Cowan graduated Birmingham School of Massage in September 2012. In 2011, she graduated cum laude from University of Alabama at Birmingham with a BA in Music. A Birmingham native, she is an instructor and licensed massage therapist, specializing in deep tissue and neuromuscular therapy at her alma mater, Birmingham School of Massage.

Madi began volunteering with AMTA-AL in spring 2015, when she was elected Alternate Delegate, and has since been elected Delegate and taken on the positions of Social Media/Website Committee Chair as well as Newsletter Committee Chair.

Madi Cowan
205.862.4299
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2017 Alternate Delegates
Rahe McCandless

Birmingham native, Rahe McCandless has been a registered nurse for more than 25 years, focusing primarily on women’s and children’s health care since 1999, and has taught as an adjunct instructor at Bevill State Community College since 2010 at their nursing school.

In January 2014 – prior to graduating massage school – she co-founded Massaged Life & Wellness Academy, located in Tuscaloosa, and in 2015 opened her private practice, Elements Massage & Bodyworks, LLC, located in Haleyville, Alabama, where she currently resides.

Rahe has been a member of AMTA since she was a student, and, having experienced the benefits and camaraderie of the organization, has remained an AMTA professional member, and is proud to be a volunteer.

Rahe McCandless
205.486.0211
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Denise Campbell

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.

Denise Campbell
256.338.9089
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Past House of Delegates Meeting Minutes
Previous AMTA-AL Delegates

2016
Delegate – Krissy Warren
Delegate – Madi Cowan

2015
Delegate – Sharon Bryant
Delegate – Krissy Warren

2014
Delegate – Sharon Bryant
Delegate – Kristie Williams

2013
Delegate – Roxanne Castille
Delegate – Sharon Bryant

2012
Delegate – Ron Joganic
Delegate – Greg Howie

2010
Delegate – LaDonna Ward
Delegate – Jeff Spears