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AADOM and the Kitchen Sink

Hello AADOM World!
Time for a check in with everybody so you know what great things are happening here at AADOM.

First, I am SUPER excited to share with everyone that SCHOLARSHIP NOMINATIONS are now being accepted for the 13th Annual Dental Management Conference this year, being held at the gorgeous Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale, AZ. Continuing education and professional development are core values here at AADOM and we are grateful to be able to provide educational opportunities as we can. SO – follow this link to submit your application now. It’s free to apply! If chosen, you will receive full tuition to the conference, 3 nights hotel stay, AND roundtrip airfare (up to $400). Our past scholarship winners tell us winning this scholarship has changed their lives. APPLY NOW on this page: AADOM CONFERENCE

#AADOM #aadomrocks #dentalleaders #AADOM2017 #CE #EDUCATION #scholarship

AADOM wants to be your Valentine! We’re sharing some Insurance Love on Valentine’s Day! Join us on February 14th as Teresa Duncan will answer YOUR top insurance questions! Register today and submit your biggest insurance challenge! “AADOM Solutions: Your Top Dental Insurance Questions Answered”. We are here to be your resource. Let us help you resolve your greatest insurance challenges. Approved for 1 CE. REGISTER NOW: AADOM WEBINAR

#webinar #dentalinsurance #webinar #CE

I am so pleased to welcome two new team members to the AADOM Family. In our endeavor to always best support AADOM members, we are adding more team members here to better serve you. Meet Lori Dobrik and Trish Chambers. Lori is a part of the Membership Services Support Team. She works closely with Kelli Marsh and is responsible for maintaining data integrity for our members. Lori is also responsible for execution of the AADOM CE process both with members and with the AGD. She will be part of the AADOM Membership Services Team onsite at the annual conference. Lori brings experience from her years as a newspaper reporter and writer for a State Farm Corporate publication. In addition, she worked for eight years in office management in the Champaign, Illinois school district as well as 11 years as the parish administrator at her church. She was born and raised on Long Island, New York and moved to Illinois to attend Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL, from which she graduated with a degree in Sociology. She has been actively involved in her community, church and local schools. She has three sons and two granddaughters. She welcomes the opportunity to bring her experience to the AADOM Membership Services Team!

Trish is an AADOM Project Manager, working with Lorie Streeter, Karin Bennett, and AADOM’s sponsors and vendors. She is responsible for the coordination of projects and activities including webinars, the Observer magazine, The Going Green Initiative and AADOM Speaker and Consultant Alliance projects.Trish brings over 25 years’ experience in the areas of sales and marketing working a variety of businesses and non-profit community service organizations throughout California’s central valley.Trish was born and raised in California and enjoys being involved in her community. She has served on the board of directors for Networking for Women and Visalians for Sober Graduation and volunteered with several organizations including the American Cancer Society, College of the Sequoias Foundation, Downtown Visalians and the Visalia Parks and Recreation Foundation. She lives in California with her three rescue dogs and enjoys community theater, events and concerts. She is excited to be working with such a knowledgeable and enthusiastic team of professionals!

Trish Chambers
Lori Dobrik



This arrived at my home today.

WOW! It was a very unexpected gift from a mom to thank me for all of the driving and carpooling I do. I am actually the first to volunteer to drive anywhere because I get my kids in the car and get some alone time with them. It used to be special time with them and they would open up in ways they might not otherwise. I used to call this game “Hostage” 🙂 Now that they’re older, I like to listen to them interact with their friends and hear all their little inside jokes and teenage banter. Anyway, a fellow neighborhood mom knocked on my door today and brought me this to say thank you for always driving. Totally unexpected but WOW! How nice to be recognized and appreciated. It made my day. What can you do today to recognize or appreciate someone in your life? Someone on the periphery of your life. Like the mom in your neighborhood who takes on the carpooling duties!

#wine #appreciated #thankyou #carpool #awesome #gratitude


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