Thursday, August 22, 2019
6:15 PM-9:30 PM
Join us for an engaging evening of mentorship with fellow Women in Dentistry. The event will discuss topics related to women and how to achieve your best at home and at work.
Detroit Mercy Dental alumni, students, and dental professionals are welcome to attend this no charge event. We expect to fill, so reserve your spot today!
Cocktails & Hors-d'oeuvres
*Cash bar available
Mind + Body + Soul:
Achieve your personal best at home and work
Kelly Travis, Health and Success Coach
Panel Discussion: Mind + Body + Soul
Bianca Boji, D.D.S. '16
Erica Grunwald, D.D.S. '01
Khadije Hussein, D.D.S. '18
Stephanie Pajot, R.D.H., B.S. '02
Tamika Thompson, D.D.S. '02, M.S. '11
Desserts, Networking & Rooftop Afterglow
The Lucy Hobbs Project is named to honor Dr. Lucy Hobbs Taylor, the first American woman to earn a degree in dentistry. Born in 1833, Lucy was refused admission to dental school because of her gender. But she persevered, learning dentistry as an apprentice, graduating from the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and becoming the first licensed female dentist in 1866. Her leadership, courage and success paved the way for other women. It is her legacy that fuels the three pillars of the project: networking, innovation and giving back.
The goal of the Office of Alumni Relations at the School of Dentistry is to develop and implement outreach activities that will nurture lifelong relationships with and among our more than 6,600 living alumni. We offer programs of relevance and service to alumni. Underlying all our efforts is the belief that the School of Dentistry provides an exceptional education for students, serves as a resource to the community and is committed to integrity, diversity, and service.
Madison Detroit, Detroit, MI
Detroit, MI 48226
Click here for directions
We have chosen to partner with Covenant House Michigan for the giveback portion of our LHP YOU event. Covenant House Michigan is a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides hope to homeless, runaway, trafficked and at-risk youth. They provide shelter, educational and vocational programs, as well as other support services, to help overcome hurdles such as homelessness, unemployment, inadequate education, violence, drugs, and gangs. Their goal is to redirect the youth onto a path toward meaningful and successful adulthood.
In lieu of registration fees, we ask attendees to bring a donation to our giveback. We will be collecting both monetary and physical donations the night of our event. click here for a list of requested items. For more information about Covenant House Michigan, visit: https://covenanthousemi.org/