Delegates

Delegates

 

Mark Hamilton

Mark Hamilton graduated from AACC in December 2016 and became a Licensed Massage Therapist in February 2017. Previously he earned a Bachelors degree in Business Administration, a Master of Science in Network Security, and an MBA. Mark is a military veteran, having served 20 years in the United States Air Force.
Mark opened Mark’s Massage Practice in March 2016, where the majority of his clients are distance runners and cyclists. Having completed numerous half marathons, several marathons, an ultramarathon and a 100 mile bike ride, and also being a certified run coach, Mark has a good understanding of the needs of clients who participate in these activities. He is currently pursuing a certificate in sports massage.
Mark joined the AMTA as a student, continued as a graduate member, and is now a professional member. The benefits of education information provided, the insurance, and the various member discounts were what first drew Mark to the AMTA, but he quickly realized that the professional organization can provide so much more to help all members. In 2018, Mark was selected as a delegate for the Maryland chapter and he looks forward to representing the concerns of the chapter.

 

Kenneth Sossa

Kenny Sossa, LMT is practicing at The White Peacock in Columbia, MD.  He attended Baltimore School of Massage (now Cortiva Institute) and became an AMTA member while attending there. A trained neuroscientist, Ken seeks to marry his love for research with his new found interest in massage therapy.  A husband and father of two, Ken enjoys family time, hiking, and a good science fiction movie