Brenda Gray


As the Examinee and Public Relations Manager, Brenda Gray is responsible for leading the processes that drive examinee satisfaction as well as building connections with the stakeholders of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE). Brenda supervises a team of four employees that assist chiropractic examinees with questions regarding the customer management system (LearningBuilder), the facilitation of examinee accommodations, as well as all communications through the company website, social media, and press releases.

The Exam Relations team exists to educate examinees on the options ahead of them and to advise on the best path forward. As part of an organization ensuring proper care within the chiropractic profession, Brenda ensures the team conducts every interaction with consistency and compassion. This allows the team to proactively anticipate the needs of those on the path to chiropractic licensure and provides an empathetic response to each interaction.

Brenda received her Bachelor’s in Communication Studies from the University of Northern Colorado. She has over 13 years of experience in Human Resources and Management before joining the NBCE. This experience has proved invaluable in supervising her team.


The NBCE Leadership Team

The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) leadership team is made up of Doctors of Chiropractic, statisticians, and business professionals in order to oversee the daily tasks required to develop, administer, and score standardized exams that assess knowledge, higher-level cognitive abilities and problem-solving in various basic science and clinical science subjects for candidates seeking chiropractic licensure.

The NBCE Parts I-IV exams offer assurance to the general public that, regardless of where a chiropractor went to school or was licensed, he or she has demonstrated a baseline of knowledge as well as ability in diagnosis, diagnostic imaging, principles of chiropractic, associated clinical sciences and chiropractic practice.


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