Susie Sanderson inaugurated as BDA president
Susie Sanderson OBE has been announced as the president of the British Dental Association (BDA), succeeding Peter Dyer.
Susie was the first female dentist to be elected to the high-profile position of chair of the BDA’s executive board, serving the maximum six-year term, whilst also practising as a general dental practitioner in Yorkshire.
She is a previous chair of Sheffield Local Dental Committee and in 2004 was elected chair of the annual conference of Local Dental Committees.
‘I am immensely privileged, honoured and not a little humbled to accept the responsibility of the presidency of the British Dental Association,’ Susie Sanderson said.
‘And I do see it as a responsibility which I will fulfil as fully as I possibly can during this very important year.
‘I intend to make my association proud and look forward to meeting as many members and future members as I can.’
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