Dear Endodontic Residents and New Practitioners,
As my term as chair of this amazing committee comes to an end, I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you. It has been an absolute honor to be a part of this journey with you all for the past five years, and to have served as the chair of this incredible committee for three years.
We’ve been through a lot together, from navigating the challenges of residency and private practice, to overcoming the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, including the cancellation of our APICES and Annual meetings. Despite these obstacles, this committee and our newsletter have always been a haven for me, providing support and companionship during the tough days.
I am immensely grateful for the opportunity to have worked with such a talented and dedicated group of individuals in our committee all the staff and members. Their passion for endodontics and commitment to excellence have been truly inspiring. It has been a privilege to witness residents’ growth and development as professionals and developed friendships with many of you, and I am confident that each of you will continue to make meaningful contributions to the field of endodontics.
Although my term as chair may be ending at AAE23 in Chicago, this is by no means a goodbye. I am certain that our paths will cross again, and I eagerly look forward to our continued collaboration. I will be starting my work with the Foundation for Endodontics, and I will still be in contact with residents, new practitioners, and faculties. I am excited about the opportunities ahead, and I am eager to support and connect with as many of you as possible at AAE23 in Chicago at our Resident Reception as well as the Career Fair.
Thank you all for being a part of my journey, and for making these past five years truly memorable. It has been an honor to serve as your chair, and I am grateful for the friendships and professional relationships that have been formed. I wish all of you great success and fulfillment in your future endeavors.
The future is bright.