ADOHTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The ADOHTA Board of Directors is made up of a representative from each state or territory.  A representative of the Australian Dental Council and A representative from the Editorial Board of ANZJDOHT (Journal).  The Executive Council meets face to face 2 per year and participates in teleconferences on the months it does not meet.


Dr Nicole Stormon 

President

ADOHTA QLD

Nicole is an Oral health therapist and Lecturer at the University of Queensland. Since graduating from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Oral Health in 2014, Nicole worked as both a clinical Oral Health Therapist and in research. Nicole observed in clinical practice and research that many people are denied adequate oral health care which can have a significant impact on daily life. Nicole has worked on a variety of topics in the field of Dental Public Health. Nicole is passionate about improving the oral health of populations such as the socially disadvantaged, people with special needs and Indigenous Australians through research.

Elizabeth Cobbledick

Vice President

ADOHTA VIC

Liz grew up in Shepparton in regional Victoria and graduated with a Bachelor of Oral Health from the University of Melbourne in 2011 and a Postgraduate Certificate in Dental Therapy (Advanced Clinical Practice) in 2018.  Liz has been involved in the ADOHTA committees since 2014 and is now the ADOHTA Vice President. Liz has a strong interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander oral health and has spent some time working in the remote region of Cape York. Liz is currently the Oral Health Advisor for the Smile Squad school dental program at Dental Health Services Victoria which is a new Victorian Government initiative providing free oral health care for public primary and secondary school students



Robyn Riley
Director of Continuing Professional Development

ADOHTA WA

Robyn is a dual trained dental therapist/ dental hygienist, graduating from Curtin University in 1991. Robyn started her career working part-time in general private practice and part time tutoring students at Curtin University. She spent 6 years employed by the Indian Ocean Territories Health Service (Christmas and the Cocos Keeling Islands) as school based dental therapist, hospital based dental hygienist, community oral health promotion and clinic manager. Upon her return to Perth 10 years ago she has worked in paediatric specialist private practice.


William Carlson-Jones

Director of Finance

ADOHTA SA

William ‘CJ’ Carlson-Jones is an Oral Health Therapist currently working part-time in private practice across rural South Australia and at the Adelaide Dental School providing clinical tutoring with the University of Adelaide. Completing his Bachelor of Oral Health and Graduate Certificate in Oral Health Science both from the University of Adelaide, CJ is currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration with aspirations to facilitate accessible, high quality dental care for all Australians. He is the Director of Finance for the Australian Dental & Oral Health Therapists’ Association (ADOHTA) and is a strong advocate for a team approach to dental care. He is a founding representative on the Colgate Advocates for Oral Health: Editorial Community.


Damian Siderides

Director of Research and Education

ADOHTA NSW

Damian is an Oral Health Therapist currently working as a locum practitioner across Greater Sydney and the Central Coast. He graduated from The University of Sydney in 2018 and is currently undertaking a Graduate Diploma of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Notre Dame
Australia. Damian has a keen interest in ethical practice, evidence based care, mentorship, and public health. He has experience in clinical governance, the construction and pharmaceutical industries, practice management and all things IT. Damian envisions a flexible, highly skilled
and responsive oral health profession for the betterment of clinicians and patients alike.


Leticia Masters 

Director of Membership and Sponsorship

ADOHTA  NSW

Leticia completed the Bachelor of Oral Health degree at the University of Adelaide in 2010 and has worked clinically as an Oral Health Therapist in the South Australian School Dental Service and private dental clinics since graduation. Leticia was involved in ADOHTA SA/NT as a student and has been an executive member since graduation; she was elected as President of ADOHTA SA/NT in May 2013, ADOHTA Inc. Vice President in 2016 and was appointed ADOHTA Inc. President in October 2018.


Jessica Pennay

Director of Governance

ADOHTA TAS

Ms Jessica Pennay graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2015 with a Bachelor of Oral Health.  Jessica went on to complete a Bachelor of Oral Health Therapy with extended adult scope in 2017. Jessica is currently working in the public sector at Oral Health Services Tasmania (OHST) in Hobart and is also part of a multi-disciplinary team at the Special Care Dental Unit at the Royal Hobart Hospital. Jessica has a passion for community-based prevention and has been involved in pilot programs for improving population health. During her time at OHST, she has mentored OHT students from the University of Newcastle and continues to provide support for new graduates and fellow team members.


Tylen Burt

Director of Advocacy

ADOHTA QLD

Tylen graduated from CQU University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Oral Health. Following graduation, Tylen has worked mainly in private practice and also completed a period working in Indigenous health in rural and remote areas.  Tylen works in private practice, mainly for a biological science practice focusing on whole body care approach for all ages on the Sunshine Coast.  He is also a part of the Tooth Fairy & Co team. Tylen is extremely passionate about his role in the promotion of oral health and preventative care, working with special needs children and people of all ages, creating a positive atmosphere to overcome patient anxiety and encouraging better oral health habits and regimes. Tylen has been so fortunate to have worked with some amazing mentors which have helped broaden his ability and further develop himself as a clinician. Tylen has developed particular interests in the holistic approach, prevention is the best cure; and your mouth is the pathway to your body, and every part of the body is linked.   Tylen is an active member of the ADOHTA QLD committee before joining the national Board as Director of Advocacy. 

 
Taryn Clark

Director of Media & Communication

ADOHTA WA

Taryn is an OHT who has worked in both the public and private sector. She has been a WA Branch Member of ADOHTA for the last 3 years. She has been actively involved in the branch as newsletter editor and anything IT related. Taryn is an asset to the WA Branch and is highly passionate about the Association and its causes.  

 
Ebony Woods
Director of Oral Health Promotions

ADOHTA NT

I am currently the NT representative for the SANT branch and work full time in a private practice in Palmerston, NT. As one of few members in Darwin I feel it is important for our members in this area to have a voice and access to education and advocacy.



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