WSD Global Executive Committee

Rebekah Wilks, DC  
World Spine Day Global Executive Committee Project Lead & Co-Chair

Rebekah Wilks graduated from the University of Western States in Oregon, USA, and currently serves as a staff chiropractor at the Bay Pines Veterans Affairs hospital in Florida. She holds a B.S. in Cell & Molecular Biology and a B.A. in Business, Chemistry, and Communications from the Texas Tech University Honors College.

Rebekah is a strong advocate of evidence-based, people-centered, interprofessional and collaborative care with an emphasis on patient education and awareness on spinal health and wellness worldwide. She also serves as Director of Strategy and Policy with the World Federation of Chiropractic, and has represented this organization at the WHO World Rehabilitation Alliance.


Danielle Wiesner, DC
World Spine Day Global Executive Committee Co-Chair

Danielle Wiesner graduated from Brock University with a degree in Kinesiology. While at Brock University Danielle was also on the varsity rowing team and she still enjoys participating in athletics. Danielle went on to graduate from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and is currently practising in Ontario, Canada.

Danielle is a Past President of the World Congress of Chiropractic Students and has represented the World Federation of Chiropractic and the International Federation of Medical Students Associations at the 70th and 71st World Health Assemblies respectively, working towards the goal of increasing interprofessional care and education.


Richard Brown DC, LL.M, FRCC
World Spine Day Global Executive Committee Member

Richard Brown is the Secretary-General of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC). Richard was a practising chiropractor in Gloucestershire, UK for 25 years during which time he served as the President of the British Chiropractic Association and Secretary-General of the European Chiropractors’ Union.

Richard has also spent time as a volunteer in Botswana, working with under-served communities as part of World Spine Care. He is the Vice-President of World Spine Care and is the founder of the Chiropractic Research Council, a UK charity.


Louisa Conradi, DC
World Spine Day Global Executive Committee Member

Louisa Conradi is a chiropractor in the UK, graduating from the University of South Wales in 2023. With a commitment to evidence-based musculoskeletal care, she has actively contributed to various chiropractic organizations on a voluntary basis.

As a member of the World Spine Day committee, Louisa Conradi aims to promote spinal health and encourage active lifestyles. She envisions a future where evidence-based practices guide individuals towards informed decisions about their spinal well-being.