Specialty: Dental Hygiene

Location: Willimantic 

Education & Training: Associates in Science in Dental Hygiene

Personal Interests: Art, cooking, outdoor activities, and have having fun with my grandchildren

Why do you work at Generations? “Giving back to the community I grew up in. Working for an organization that treats their employees well.”

Specialty: General dentistry Dentistry

Location: Putnam

Education & Training: Bachelor’s degree in Dental Surgery (BDS), Government Dental College, University of Kerala , India; Master’s degree in Oral and Maxillofacial surgerySurgery, ( MDS ) Government Dental College, University of Kerala, India;  DDS degree from New York University, NY, USA; General Practice residency, GPR in Bronx Lebanon Hospital, Bronx, NY – 2011.

Personal Interests: Cooking, watching movies, listening to music, and travelling 

Why do you work at Generations? “Giving back is a significant part of my own personal values. I would like to work in a company that values the community as much I do. I love coming to work every day knowing that I am helping to make a difference in the community through my work here.”

Specialty: Public Health

Location: Putnam

Education & Training : A.S. and B.A.

Professional Achievements: Licensed registered dental hygienist

Personal Interests: Kayaking and music

Why do you work at Generations? “I love giving back to the community.”

Specialty: Public Health

Location: Willimantic & Putnam

Education & Training: B.A. Biology from Wesleyan University 1995. Doctorate from Boston University School of Dental Medicine 1999

Professional Achievements: Current Chair for the Connecticut State Dental Association’s Council on Membership and is a District VII Representative to the CSDA House of Delegates for the Manchester Dental Society. Also serves as Treasurer for the Manchester Dental Society.

Personal Interests: Proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

Why do you work at Generations? “There is something to be said about the rewarding experience of working at a community health center. The simple act of providing much needed care to some of our most vulnerable populations can truly be life changing.”

The Joint Commission - National Quality Approval
Healthy Kids Make Better Learning - Connecticut Association of School Based Health Centers.