Amta-ne leadership

President

Becky Ohlson MEd, ATC, LMT

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  "I first heard about the AMTA organization mainly for their benefits which became my reasoning for the membership right out of massage school.  Through my years as a member and as a massage therapist, my desire to do something more was getting stronger.  I saw opportunities for ways I could be more involved.  I feel very blessed to be a part of this state chapter and happy to share my strengths with my fellow massage therapists."

President
Becky Ohlson MEd, ATC, LMT

The AMTA Nebraska chapter welcomes you to our community where we have the "Good Life in Good Hands"!

The Nebraska chapter is committed to our members in uniting massage therapists across the state and creating a sense of community.  The chapter is led by volunteers who are members just like you; being member led means we are creating an experience for all therapists to enjoy. We offer education workshops, social opportunities, and keep our eyes and ears close on all legislative efforts that take place within our state government.

As your chapter president, I want you to feel welcome to our chapter and if you have any questions pertaining to any aspect of your experience as an AMTA member, please reach out - my board and I will be happy to help!

Becky Ohlson, MEd, ATC, LMT

AMTA Nebraska Chapter President

Board Member 1

Mitchell Lowry-Lee, LMT

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I was taught the value of what your professional association should mean to you as a massage student, so I knew I always wanted to give back to the profession and help in any way I could. Volunteering my time for the advocacy of others in the massage profession has been the most rewarding thing I feel I can do with my career. I chose to serve because it’s ingrained in the very fiber of what we do as massage therapists.  We educate our clients and ourselves, we move forward as an integrative health profession, and we celebrate the accomplishments of ALL therapists and fight for our profession every chance we get. That is why I serve. I am proud to be an AMTA Member and to serve my local chapter.

Board Member 1
Mitchell Lowry-Lee LMT
Board Member 2
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Briana Cudly, LMT

I am proud and honored to be a volunteer with AMTA-NE. I volunteer to give back; I volunteer to grow; I  volunteer to help my profession. But even more, I want to be a part of something that is helping others do all these things as well. I am dedicated to keeping the momentum of our chapter moving forward through teamwork, hard work, and dedication to the community and profession of massage therapy.

Board Member 2
Briana Cudly, BS LMT

Amber Fader LMT

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I  serve with the AMTA because I feel volunteering is important in promoting massage therapy and helping to move the profession forward. 

Secretary
Amber Fader LMT
Secretary

Lora VanEtton LMT

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I got involved in AMTA right out of school. I feel it is important to give back where one can and this organization has been very instrumental in my growth as a massage professional. AMTA offers great benefits with insurance, but also continuing educational opportunities, networking, and getting to make a difference in moving our profession forward.

Financial Administrator
Lora Van Etten, LMT
Financial Administrator 

Brad Decker, LMT

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Delegate
Brad Decker, LMT
Delegate

Our massage profession continues to press forward in its viability through evidence-based practice, while frequently defending against attempts at disintegrating our regulatory scope. I commend those within the Nebraska Chapter leadership who have taken on this charge, displaying a level of courage that has inspired me to join the leadership team as chapter Delegate. This representative role will allow me to expand promotion of our chapter efforts to the larger national network of AMTA collaborators. The more state chapters communicate professional challenges, and engage in productive discussion, the higher probability additional solutions will develop to forever establish our importance among the health, wellness and medical communities.

Why I Volunteer

Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. 

—  Elizabeth Andrews

committee members

Communication and Technology
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Communication and Technology
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