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Margaret M. Culotta-Norton 2016 Officers President Margaret M. Culotta-Norton President Elect Charles L. Smith Vice President Joe Kenneally Past President Dexter E. Barnes Treasurer Richard M. Smith Editor Richard J. Galeone Registrar Carol I. Turner Deputy Registrar Keith Suchy SGRegistrar Emeritus Robert E. Brady Deputy Registrar Emeritus Van Zissi Editor Richard J. Galeone Presidents Greeting Margaret Cullota-Norton I would like to thank the Fellows of the USA Section for entrusting me with the honor of being their President in 2016. I am fortunate to follow many dedicated leaders including our 2015 President Deck Barnes who have guided this Section in implementing our core values of Integrity Leadership and Service. With the enthusiasm and commitment of the Section Board of Regents I am confident we will have a stellar year. In 2012 the USA Section embarked upon a Strategic Plan with the intention of establishing priorities goals and objectives for our future growth and success. Four years into this plan and we are fulfilling many of our goals. The Section will review our Strategic Plan in 2016 to ensure we continue moving forward. The USA Section inducted 308 new Fellows in Washington D.C. These Fellows with impressive credentials are our future. We welcome and encourage them to stay involved and Share the Honor by sponsoring other deserving candidates. Focusing on Leadership and Humanitarian efforts we encourage Fellows to mentor and introduce students to the importance of the global community. Interest in Section projects such as the International Student Experience Global Health Student Associations White Coat Ceremonies Peace Corps and Fisher House projects are growing each year. Our Humanitarian Liaison Committee presents informative seminars on volunteer opportunities in the USA and abroad. Recently the renewed excitement and organization of the College has encouraged increased cooperation and collaboration among the Sections. I look forward to seeing the College and the USA Section experience forward momentum in membership growth and retention along with renewed interest in leadership and humanitarian efforts by its Fellows worldwide. The guidance of our talented Registrar Carol Turner an amazing Board of Regents and a supportive Foundation provide me the confidence to work toward fulfilling the Sections goals and objectives. I am confident that the enthusiasm of President-Elect Chuck Smith and Vice President Joe Kenneally will move the Section to greater heights in the coming years. I thank my colleagues for giving me this opportunity to make a difference. I am PROUD to be a Fellow in the International College of Dentists Past Presidents Report Dexter Barnes DDS As 2015 fades into history and 2016 takes over I look back on my year as President with a great deal of thankfulness for the opportunity of serving as President of this great organization. We brought 312 new Fellows into the College our largest class ever during our meeting in Journal of the International College of Dentists THE GLOBE 2016 3 0 Section I USA www.usa-icd.org