“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.”
Martin Luther King Jr. (shown, below right) was born Jan. 15, 1929 and went on to become the most visible spokesperson of the civil rights movement. Today, we celebrate his legacy with a holiday named in tribute to his expansion of human rights through non-violent resistance.
1. Nominate a woman in dentistry for a 2018 Lucy Hobbs Project Award.
2. Register today to attend the The Lucy Hobbs Project 6th Annual Celebration in San Francisco in September.
For details about the annual celebration, please visit lucyhobbscelebration.com.
Where did it all begin?
Over the past five years, The Lucy Hobbs Project® has been introduced to some incredible women in dentistry. These women have persevered throughout their careers and have set the benchmark high in the profession, similar to Dr. Lucy Hobbs Taylor, the first American woman to earn a doctorate in dentistry.
The project is free to join and offers networking opportunities, educational programs and charitable events.
Know an exceptional woman in dentistry? Nominate her today.
1. Consider the award categories below:
Industry Icon: A trailblazer who is consistently recognized and admired for her work in the dental industry
Mentor: An advisor who recognizes the importance of supporting, educating and encouraging others
Innovator: A groundbreaker who demonstrates a willingness to implement new technologies and business processes without fear of potential failure
Humanitarian: An altruist who works tirelessly for a charity or cause that benefits the well-being of others
Clinical Expert: A skillful practitioner who embraces advancements and adeptly integrates them into patient care
2. Be inspired by previous honorees from 2017 (shown above) and the four years prior:
Click here: http://www.lucyhobbscelebration.com/honorees/