During the ODA House of Delegates meeting in September in Columbus, Dr. Manish Chopra, a prosthodontist from Cincinnati, was elected to serve a four-year term as ADA Seventh District trustee, beginning in October 2024.
The ADA Board of Trustees is the managing body of the ADA. The Board consists of 17 trustees (one from each trustee district), ... [continue reading]
The Ohio Dental Association seeks members to fill potential upcoming at-large positions on ODA councils.
The ODA is seeking nominations for at-large positions on the association’s Council on Dental Care Programs and Dental Practice, and Council on Membership Services. Nominations for these at-large council positions are open to all ODA members. ... [continue reading]
In this month’s article, I wanted to give everyone an update on the actions at this year’s Ohio Dental Association House of Delegates. I still remember my first ODA House of Delegates meeting; I was overwhelmed with all the rules and protocols. I was a new member on the Cincinnati Dental Society Council, and I had so much to experience and ... [continue reading]
As you will see on pages within this issue of the “ODA Today,” ODA members continue to play important leadership roles at the American Dental Association. Dr. Mark Bronson, a general dentist from Cincinnati, just concluded serving a two-year term as a vice president of the ADA. In that role, among many other responsibilities, Bronson led ... [continue reading]
Dr. Thomas Kelly, an ODA past president, installs the 2023-24 ODA Executive Committee. From left: ODA Secretary Dr. Roderick Adams, Jr, ODA Treasurer Dr. Rob Mazzola, ODA Speaker of the House of Delegates Dr. Kelly Roth, ODA President Dr. Manny Chopra, ODA President-elect Dr. Hal ... [continue reading]
The Ohio Dental Association House of Delegates met Sept. 21 and 22 in conjunction with the 2023 ODA Annual Session in Columbus. During the meeting, the House of Delegates adopted several resolutions, including: Resolution 01-23, which amends the Ohio Dental Association’s Bylaws, in order to be consistent with the American Dental ... [continue reading]
The ODA’s House of Delegates, which is the supreme authoritative body of the association, will be meeting on Sept. 21 and 22. Nearly 140 delegates from across the state representing all 24 component dental societies, including two student delegates representing the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine and The Ohio State ... [continue reading]
Where does time go? I started the journey as your president one year ago with the intentions of accomplishing grandiose plans to move the needle of membership within the ODA. I had hoped to bridge relationships among men and women, seasoned and new dentists, DSO and private practice models. I have so enjoyed the opportunity of visiting several ... [continue reading]
The ODA’s House of Delegates (HOD) will be meeting in Columbus in conjunction with the ODA Annual Session on Sept. 21-22. The HOD is the ODA’s supreme governing body and is made up of 135 ODA member dentists from across the state who are selected to serve from their local dental societies. The HOD determines the policies and sets the direction ... [continue reading]
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