CODHA will be hosting component elections from 9/24/21 to 10/1/21.
CODHA members will be able to vote for Trustee and Alternate Trustee for each of our six local components – Boulder, Colorado Springs, Metro Denver, Northern Colorado, Southern Colorado, and Western Slope. Below is a list of members who have been nominated to serve in these positions.
We currently have no candidates for the Trustee or Alternate Trustee position for the Boulder component.
Colorado Springs Component
Candidate for Trustee- Tammy Fulton RDH
Tammy knew that she was missing something after earning her BS in Graphic Art from the Florida State University in 1995. She wanted to make a difference, decided to go back to school and graduated with an Associates Degree in Dental Hygiene in 2017 from Pueblo Community College in Pueblo, CO. It was at PCC where she was introduced to CODHA and subsequently became a Colorado Springs Delegate. Tammy works in private practice, is a mother to 2 teen boys, 2 fur babies, and has been married for 23 years.
Candidate for Alternate Trustee- Heather Schenkel, RDH, BSAH
Heather has always loved the field of dentistry and is honored to be a part of it. She was a previous orthodontic dental assistant and EDDA and this experience gave her a vast knowledge of all things dentistry to share with her patients. Her enthusiasm for learning led her to Pueblo Community College and to the dental hygiene program. With the help of the outstanding faculty and staff there, her love for dentistry grew. She graduated in May 2017 and dove headfirst into working and volunteering with CODHA. She aspires to help make a difference in the field and work to change the separation between oral and systemic treatment of patients and find a way to integrate the medical and dental fields to allow for a whole body approach to treatment.
Metro Denver Component
Candidate for Trustee – Tabitha Converse RDH
Tabitha graduated in 1998 from Sheridan College with an Associate’s degree, and then completed Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wyoming in 1998. She was an active and involved member of ADHA/WDHA early in her career, then took a break while working and raising my boys. She is looking forward to getting involved again!
Candidate for Alternate Trustee – Candice Bronzini RDH, BSDH
Originally born in Oregon, Candice has lived in Colorado since she was 9 years old. In college she worked as a dental assistant at the same office as her mom (front desk) and her older sister (dental hygienist)! She attended the Community College of Denver and graduated with her RDH license in 2011. She then started working full time at a wonderful private practice in Louisville, CO. In 2014, she completed my Bachelor’s of Science in Dental Hygiene through Old Dominion University’s online degree completion program. After 9 great years of clinical hygiene at the same office, she decided to leave so as to advance her career and new learn skills. She is now an Internal Sales Representative for HealthyStart. She lives in Arvada with her husband Mark and their dog Daisy.
Northern Colorado Component
Candidate for Trustee – Joy Driscoll RDH, BSDH
Joy has been in and out of Clinical care for 30 yrs, Immunology/OncologyPharmaceutical Sales for 20 yrs.
There is currently no candidate for Alternate Trustee for the Northern Colorado component.
Southern Colorado Component
Candidate for Trustee – Robyn Maestas BAS RDH
Graduate from PCC. Has worked on SMILEs and COMDI grant projects. Part-time faculty at PCC and currently practicing in private practice. Worked in SBHC and with aging communities to expand oral health equity throughout Pueblo county.
Candidate for Alternate Trustee – Justin Beagley RDH
We moved to the San Luis Valley in 2016. Worked in private practices in Utah, Montana and Alaska as a traveling Hygienist. My wife Rachel and I have two kids. Samantha (8yrs) and Grayson (2 years). We love the SLV and all the outdoors hunting, fishing, and hiking.
Western Slope Component
Candidate for Trustee – Alyson Johnson RDH
Alyson (Aly) lives in Rifle and has worked in private practice her whole career. She also does a sealant program in the schools over on the western slope. She is married and has a 14 year old son. She decided to get involved with the association about 3 years ago. She wanted to meet more fellow colleagues and do some networking. She would like to take on different positions to increase her involvement in the association.
Candidate for Alternate Trustee – Hollee Mundell RDH
Hollee moved to Western Slope in 2013 from Tucson Arizona. She has been practicing Dental Hygiene for over 9 years. She has been a member of the Dental Hygiene Association since 2019. She has always said, “At some point I will get involved in the Association,” but has never submitted a nomination. She feels this is the right time and Western Slope is a right place for her to start and to get involved.