The AIDPH Corporate Leadership Council
AIDPH’s Corporate Leadership Council (CLC) members are leading business, organization, association leaders, and executives within the public dental health space who generously donate their time, secure financial support, and who have the business acumen to advise AIDPH on resource development.
The CLC provides guidance and support for AIDPH’s mission, vision, programs, and activities in joint pursuit of oral health equity. Members:
- Advise AIDPH leadership to support the oral health professional community.
- Broaden collective impact in improving the oral health of marginalized communities.
- Develop meaningful opportunities for sharing guidance and support for areas of mutual interest in oral health equity.
AIDPH Corporate Leadership Council Members (2022-2023)
Brant Herman is the CEO and Founder of MouthWatch, LLC, a leader in innovative teledentistry solutions, digital case presentation tools, and intraoral imaging devices. The company is dedicated to finding new ways to constantly improve the dental health experience for both patient and provider.
CEO, OFFOR HEALTH
Saket Agrawal is the CEO of OFFOR Health, a company connecting healthcare professionals and patients in local communities. OFFOR Health's mission is to increase access to quality and timely healthcare for all. Their network of 50+ anesthesiologists has given tens of thousands of patients something to smile about by providing office-based anesthesia in dental practices, all while delivering the same standard of care you’ve come to expect in a hospital or ASC.
LINDSAY (GREEN) STEWART
SENIOR MANAGER, PATTERSON FOUNDATION & CORPORATE GIVING
Lindsay Stewart works with the PATTERSON FOUNDATION'S Board of Directors to honor the legacy of the founding donors to help expand access to oral care for the under-insured and uninsured, and increase the number of graduating assistance dogs for veterans, first responders, and special-needs individuals.
As the Corporate Giving senior manager at PATTERSON COMPANIES, she manages strategic giving programs and sponsorships, as well as support, design, and incentivize employee volunteerism programs.
VP OF GRANTMAKING STRATEGY, CAREQUEST INSTITUTE FOR ORAL HEALTH ADVANCEMENT
Michael Monopoli serves as Vice President of Grant Strategy for CareQuest Institute for Oral Health, a nonprofit committed to building a future in which equitable systems promote excellent health. In this role, Michael leads the organization’s strategic philanthropic grantmaking activities to promote healthy communities and improve the overall system to create better oral health for all. Michael leverages his expertise to collaborate with grantees and partners on a systems change approach to local, state, and national investment to strengthen communities and promote health equity.