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Dr. Duong accepted into Valley Leadership’s 41st class

August 14, 2019
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, Arizona Campus, ASDOH, Faculty & Staff Headlines

Mai-Ly Duong, DMD, MPH, ’12, associate professor at A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-ASDOH), has been accepted into Valley Leadership’s 41st class. Valley Leadership is a prestigious program that prepares participants to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing Arizona. Dr. Duong was chosen for the program through a competitive selection process.

“The opportunity to be part of Valley Leadership Class 41 is a life-changer,” says Dr. Duong. “Not only will this experience allow me to represent ATSU in the greater community, exploring the biggest issues Arizona residents are facing and how ATSU can play a more active role, but it will help me develop and strengthen my leadership skills for future endeavors. The skills and knowledge I gain from my mentors, instructors, and peers will empower me to create meaningful interprofessional collaboration to implement a positive difference in Arizona. I am so excited to contribute and learn!”

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