OHA Board of Directors

Nov. 8, 2010
Three new members selected.

CHICAGO, Illinois--Oral Health America’s Board of Directors recently elected three members into new officer roles.

The board members and their new positions are: Keith Suchy, DDS, Drs. Sullivan & Suchy, chair of the Board; Margaret S. Cottrell, president, ConFirm Monitoring Systems, vice chair; and Steven J. Pollock, president, DentaQuest, secretary/treasurer.

Each officer will serve a two-year term, beginning in February 2011.

Keith Suchy, DDS, Drs. Sullivan & Suchy
Dr. Keith Suchy has been with his current practice, located in Westchester, Ill., since 1982. He received his bachelor’s and dental degree from Loyola University and went on to serve as associate clinical professor of endodontics for nine years. Dr. Suchy has been active with the Chicago Dental Society since 1983, serving as president in 2004. He also works with the Illinois State Dental Society, currently serving on the governmental affairs committee.

Margaret S. Cottrell, president, ConFirm Monitoring Systems
Margaret Cottrell has been with ConFirm Monitoring Systems, a privately held corporate spinoff of Cottrel, since 2001, after serving as co-owner of Cottrell for 19 years. ConFirm is a leading provider of biological monitoring services in the North American dental market and conducts more than two million tests annually. Cottrell also co-founded the Organization for Safety & Asepsis Procedures, where she continues to serve as an active member, and has been a member of the Dental Trade Alliance since 2004.

Steve Pollock, JD, president, DentaQuest
Steve Pollock has been with DentaQuest, and its subsidiary, Doral, since 2009. DentaQuest is a dental benefits administrator operating in the U.S. government sector. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Law School and a certified public accountant, Pollock participates in Doral's social responsibility committee, which promotes community partnerships through sponsorship and volunteerism. He has also volunteered at Mission of Mercy Projects throughout the country, which provide free dental care to underserved individuals.

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