She resides in Bristol, CT, and has been an active ADAA
member since 2009.
has also elected additional officers to serve with Augustine.
: How do you promote ADAA
when representing the organization?
DeBell: I represent the ADAA
by looking professional.
I have taken an active role in getting to know many of the members who may not interact with ADAA
actively on a national level through face-to-face meetings, social media, email, and phone calls.
The continued service of dental assistants and the support of professional organizations, such as the ADAA
, has continued to shine a spotlight on the power of our abilities and will forever forge a smile on all those we come in contact with.
As long as we are all working together to make the change a positive one for the dental assistants we represent, then I believe the change I have envisioned for the local, state, and national levels of ADAA
will be achieved.
represents all dental assistants as the professional organization for dental assistants.
At the adjournment of the 92nd ADAA
House of Delegates on May 13, District 1 will have a new trustee.
Cairrao: I have been an ADAA
member since I enrolled in the dental assisting program at CCRI as a student in 1982.
The recipients will receive an award and one-year paid ADAA
membership, and will be announced in ADAA