Anne has been a member of the Alliance for 29 years. She has served as President of the Alliance of the Omaha District Dental Society, the Alliance of the Nebraska Dental Association, and the Alliance of the American Dental Association in 2008-2009.  Anne joined the Alliance in the hope of finding a place to belong within the local dental community. What she gained is a group of wonderful friends from across the country. Anne has been married to Dr. Scott Morrison, a specialist in Periodontics, for 33 years.  Scott recently sold his practice after operating a solo practice in Omaha, Nebraska for 21 years. Scott and Anne look forward to traveling now that Scott is retired from private practice. The Morrison have two grown sons, Matthew age 29 and Michael age 26, both of whom live in Omaha. 


Teresa and her husband, Scott, are from Logan, Utah where Scott is a General Dentist. She has served on the Cache District Dental Alliance as the dental health specialist and as president. She has served on the Alliance to the Utah Dental Association as president and treasurer. She has served on the AADA Leadership Council since 2013 and is the current liaison on the ADA Council of Government Affairs. She also served as a AADA Reference Committee Chair for several years.

Teresa currently serves on the Utah State Board of Regents. She served two four-year terms on the Utah State Board of Education. She graduated from Weber State University with an Associate Degree in Nursing and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Utah State University in General Studies. Scott and Teresa have four children and twelve grandchildren.

Immediate Past President

Sue Hadnot has been a member of the Alliance for the American Dental Association for over 20 years. She has become active at the national level the past 5 years. She is married to Dr. Doug Hadnot who has practiced general dentistry for over 40 years in Missoula, MT. They have 3 grown sons and 4 grand Daughters. She has been active at the state level in legislative advocacy for dentistry and for the Lolo Community, serving on the Lolo Community Council for 12 years. A member of ADPAC and participation in several ADA Washington Leadership meetings and lobby days. She represents the leadership council on legislative advocacy

She loves to run and has run over 20 marathons. She is most proud to have qualified and run 7 Boston Marathons.

Council Member

Lynn and her husband, Stan have been married for 34 years.  They moved to Dyersburg, TN in 1984 after Stans dental school graduation, so that he could go in practice with Lynns father.  They practiced together until my Lynns retired.  Lynn graduated from University of Tennessee Health Science Center with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1981 and a Master of Science in Nursing in 1988.  She also worked in Intensive Care Nursing and then taught nursing for a few years before becoming a stay at home mom.  They have 3 sons, John (32) and his wife Whitney, David (29), and Will (23).  Their son, David, joined the practice with Stan in 2016.  Lynn now works in the practice as office manager.  Lynn has been active in the Alliance for over 30 years.  She loves being a part of the Alliance and supporting the profession of dentistry which has been such a blessing to their family!

Council Member

  • Graduated 1976 from the University of Pennsylvania
  • Met my husband during his final year of dental school at University of PA, John C. W. Worsley, Jr., third generation graduate from PENN Dental. 
  • Married 1977
  • Joined Auxiliary because my M-I-L told me to!
  • President of Lehigh Valley Dental Society Alliance
  • President of the APDA
  • Represented Alliance:
    • PDA   Council on Government Relations and PADPAC Board
  • Received TJN  2008
  • Retired Physical Therapist
Proud Mother to Gretchen & John, III. Gretchen & her wife, Alice live in NYC.  Jack and I became ECSTATIC grandparents to their son, André James in 2018. Our son lives in Oregon.  He is a Klamath Hotshot with the U.S. Forest Service. Love to travel with our family.


Council Member

Stacia Chavez is a Utah native who still can't get enough of the mountains.  She's married to her high school crush and together they are raising four children in their hometown.  As she was living in Philadelphia while her husband was in dental school, Stacia came to understand the need for volunteers to serve in the community teaching oral health care.  Since then she has found the Alliance and loves that there's a framework to make this type of service more efficient and widespread, ultimately reaching more people in need. 
She loves nearly everything outdoors, everything botanical, composing music, ethnic cooking (and eating!,) but most of all traveling with her family.  She's eagerly looking forward to serving on the national level, learning local and national needs for which we as an Alliance can help fulfill.


Council Member

Growing up in Utah I met Philip (a boy from our rival town) my senior year in high school.  I was first introduced to his friend for a date to double with some friends to go to a John Denver concert in Salt Lake City.  Philip called me a few months later and the rest is history .....
We have been married 43 years.  We have 6 children ranging in ages 27 - 42, 5 boy and 1 girl, the youngest.  She is in her 3rd year of dental school at Case Western Reserve, married with 2 children ages 6 and 3.
We have 8 grandchildren ranging in ages 3 - 18.  They are the joy of our lives with all but 1 living close by.  Our oldest, Olivia, got accepted into college at BYU and just moved there.
I worked while Philip was in school and continued on to work in his office as the office manager.  I love this profession and the friends that I've gained from it, especially through the Alliance.  The knowledge and experiences that I/we've had are priceless and forever.