Attend a mentorship opportunity October 5 at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Michigan and find out how The Lucy Hobbs Project, which honors the first American woman to earn a degree in dentistry, can benefit you.

Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry has graduated more than 6,000 oral health professionals since 1932. Those alumnae, along with current dental and dental hygiene students and dental professionals in the surrounding area are invited to a Lucy Hobbs Project YOU event.


Mary Sue Stonisch, DDS

Detroit Mercy Dental, together with the Lucy Hobbs Project, will present the night of networking and panel discussions covering special topics for women in dentistry. Keynote speaker Mary Sue Stonisch, DDS earned her dental degree from Detroit Mercy in 1987 speaks from experience as a dental entrepreneur. Today Dr. Stonisch runs Faircourt Dental in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, a general and preventative dental practice with expertise in aesthetics and implant dentistry.

Dr. Stonisch teaches dentists as a mentor at the Kois Center in Seattle, and is an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Diplomat with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

Discuss changes in dentistry and gain insight during a panel discussion, Special Topics for Women in Dentistry, moderated by Nicole Christy, current DS3 Detroit Mercy Dental. Hear from panelists: Alyssa Cairo, DDS, Eryn Huber, DDS, Rachel Stockhausen, DDS, M.D.S., and Alexa Vitek-Hitchcock, DDS.

Learn more about the free event and register today. Visit: