As we approach the upcoming District 2* Board by-election, we invite RDTs like you to consider a unique opportunity – joining the decision-making team that shapes the strategic direction of the College.

Why Consider sitting on the Board?

Serving on the Board is more than a responsibility; it’s a chance to leverage your expertise, contribute to the public good, and positively impact your profession. Serving on the Board is more than a responsibility; it’s a chance to leverage your professional expertise to positively impact the future of dental technology regulation and serve in best interest of the public. This is not just a role; it’s a professional development opportunity, fostering leadership growth and skill enhancement. Our Board thrives on diversity – diverse life experiences and knowledge that collectively enhances decision-making.

Begin your leadership journey

To run as a candidate for District 2, submit your completed election package and Governance Education Module certificates to the College by Monday, November 27, 2023.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible, candidates must:

  • Practice in District 2 or, if not practicing, reside in District 2.
  • Successfully complete all three Governance Education Modules.
  • Attend a Q&A session with the Recruitment Committee.

*District 2 Encompasses:
Algoma District, Brant, Bruce, Dufferin, Elgin, Essex, Grey, Haldimand-Norfolk RM, Halton RM, Hamilton-Wentworth RM, Huron, Kenora District, Kent, Lambton, Manitoulin District, Middlesex, Niagara RM, Oxford, Perth, Rainy River District, Sudbury District, Sudbury RM, Thunder Bay District, Waterloo RM, and Wellington.

For a detailed overview of eligibility requirements, key behavioural competencies, and comprehensive information on Board members’ responsibilities, please refer to the Candidate Guide.

Nominate a Worthy Candidate

If you know someone with the potential to be an excellent Board Director, we encourage you to extend this invitation to them.

Elections will take place on Monday, January 8, 2024