To broaden awareness of oral health's impact on overall health and increase access to oral health care.
- Oral Health – We are focused on oral health, its connection to overall health, and expanding access to care.
- Stewardship – We will manage our resources to drive innovation and stimulate creative projects in a sound and fiscally responsible manner.
- Enduring Positive Impact – We will measure the results of our projects by their long term impact on oral health care awareness and access for those in need.
To be a premier foundation in oral health care uniting the dental industry to create and attract innovative solutions, leverage and expand resources to fund unique and promising initiatives that achieve measurable impact and facilitate real change. The industry will recognize the results of this important work and notice substantially improved access to oral health care for those in need.
DTA Foundation Staff
Laura Fleming Doyle, CAE
With a strong background in health care foundation management, Ms. Doyle brings more than 25 years of leadership experience to her role as Executive Director of the Dental Trade Alliance Foundation. Positions held by Ms. Doyle include Executive Director of the Foundation of the Pierre Fauchard Academy; Executive Director of the American Academy of Audiology and the American Academy of Audiology Foundation; Executive Vice President for the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy; and Director of Council Operations for the American College of Radiology.
A Certified Association Executive (CAE) with a Master of Health Services Administration from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina, Ms. Doyle is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Sarah Miller, MPA
Sarah moved to the Washington, DC area in 2018 from Arkansas with the hopes to further her career in the Nonprofit sector and to be a part of an organization impacting change. She was the project manager for a Youth Advocacy Symposium for the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids during the summer in 2018 before joining the DTA Foundation team. Sarah also currently serves as a Director at Large for the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of DC, a Newswire contributor for the Nonprofit Quarterly, and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
After graduating with her Bachelors in Arts from Henderson State University, Sarah went on to achieve her Masters of Public Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the Univerisity of Arkansas at Little Rock. She previously worked as the Branch Manager of a Theater / Program Venue for the Central Arkansas Public Library System. Sarah sat on the boards for the Weekend Theater in Little Rock and the Arkansas Young Plawright's competition during her tenure in Arkansas.