Ian D. Coulter, M.A., Ph.D. became the Executive Vice-President of CMCC in 1981, was named Interim President in 1983 and held the position of the President from 1984 to 1990 when he began a year of administrative leave from CMCC. A sociologist from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand (M.A.) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (Ph.D.), prior to joining CMCC, Dr. Coulter held the position of Executive Assistant to the Vice-Provost of Health Sciences, University of Toronto with teaching appointments. He is the co-author of the 1981 book, Chiropractors: do they help? Major accomplishments of Dr. Coulter’s tenure were the redesigning of internal procedures and establishment of various committees within CMCC. Through his aggressive promotion , CMCC became better known by politicians, universities and other institutions around the world. CMCC received a five year accreditation from the Council on Chiropractic Education (Canada)Inc. for the first time during his tenure.
Jean A. Moss, D.C., M.B.A., CMCC’s current President, was appointed in 1991. She is the first woman to serve as President of CMCC. In 1965, Dr. Moss enrolled in the first class of the Anglo European College of Chiropractic, located in her hometown of Bournemouth, England. Seeking new horizons, she moved to Canada in 1967 and continued her chiropractic education at CMCC. Following her graduation in 1970, Dr. Moss joined the faculty of CMCC and, for the next twenty years, enjoyed a successful career as an educator, clinician and administrator. In 1988 Dr. Moss obtained her M.B.A. from York University. Under her leadership the College had prospered – building historic clinical relationships with universities and hospitals; supporting the pursuit of chiropractic research; implementing a new integrative curriculum; and building a new campus. A tenacious lobbyist, tireless spokesperson and recipient of many honours, Dr. Jean Moss is an admired leader with the chiropractic profession both at home and aboad.