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DentalPost, the dental industry’s premier online and mobile job board, announces the creation of an advisory board to help guide the company’s future growth plans. The 11 person advisory board, which will informally steer DentalPost’s strategic direction, brings together a diverse group of extremely respected professionals from the dental industry as well as publishing, media, investment and technology industries.

Members of the DentalPost advisory board are:

“We are honored to have such a prestigious group of thought leaders and subject matter experts come together to support our work and guide our efforts. DentalPost is accelerating quickly and we felt it was important to be able to tap into the best minds available to help ensure our long term success,” says Tonya Lanthier, founder and CEO of DentalPost. “It is a tremendous vote of confidence for these industry veterans to support our venture. We plan to turn regularly to our advisory board as we continue to evolve and expand our business.”

For more information and complete bios on each advisory board member, click here.

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