Board of Directors

President- Sabrina Lopez

Sabrina graduated from Anne Arundel Community  College in 2009. She is currently an instructor at the Community College of Baltimore County. Sabrina has volunteered as communications chair and alternate delegate in previous years with both the TN and VA chapter. She has also served as treasurer and 1st VP for the VA chapter and has served 1 term as the MD Chapter president.  She enjoys volunteerism and currently volunteers with the girl scouts and a youth soccer team. In her free time you can find her out on the soccer fields or curled up with a good book.

1st Vice President – Amelia Mitchell

Amelia Mitchell, LMT is the co-owner of Alchemy Healing Arts Center in Annapolis. She attended Anne Arundel Community College in 2005 and has been a therapist for ten years. Amelia became an AMTA member as a student. She is glad to be able to serve and give back, with the bonus of getting to know many other great therapists. Also a Delegate, Amelia attended the 2015 Convention in Pittsburgh. The mother of a 15 year-old equestrian, Amelia spends a lot of time at the barn. In her truly free time, you will find her out in nature, knitting, or working on a project around the house.

Board Member – Lee Gorschboth

Lee Gorschboth has been a practicing nurse since 1999 in critical care, emergency, and vascular access departments.  She has been a practicing massage therapist since 2013 and has worked at Massage Heights and had a private practice.  She received her Master’s in Healthcare Administration in 2017 and is now the full-time Clinical Coordinator at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Massage Therapy Program in Maryland.  She has combined her extensive knowledge of the healthcare field and her education in massage therapy to provide her students with unique and engaging clinical opportunities in various healthcare settings such as in-patient hospice and out-patient oncology.

Treasurer – David Madon

David graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage in December 2015 and became a Licensed Massage Therapist in March 2016. In addition, David has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Human Resources Development from Towson University.

David began his own business, Touch of Zen Massage Therapy in March 2016.  In August 2017, David began working at LifeBridge Health and Fitness.  David focuses on studying more into chronic pain management and sports massage as he has a great following and interest. He enjoys creating a positive difference in one’s life and seeing the progress.

David became an AMTA member as a student, because he believes it is a wonderful way to learn and network with other massage therapists.  In August 2016, David was elected as Treasurer, later changed to Financial Administrator, of the Maryland Chapter.  In his free time, David enjoys going to Karaoke, traveling, cooking, and watching baseball.