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2016-2017 ODHA Officers

 Beth Bielecki, ODHA President




Beth Bielecki  

Beth is a 1998 graduate of Cuyahoga Community College and received her Bachelor of Applied Science in 2002 from Youngstown State University.  She has been employed by a General Private practice in North Ridgeville for 18 years. 

As an active member of the Lorain Component, Beth has served as: Trustee, President, Vice President, Delegate, and Chair of the Special Olympics Special Smiles Event.  While Trustee, Beth represented Ohio at ADHA Annual Session as an alternate delegate twice. Beth currently serves on Legislative Committee and Chairs the Administrative Assistant Review Committee.  Beth is particularly interested in the Legislative activities of our association. 

Beth enjoys golfing, boating, and her dog Marnie.

 Barb Ranck  Immediate Past President




Barbara Ranck 

Barb graduated from Valencia Community College in Orlando, FL in 1979.  She has an Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene degree.  She has been practicing for 36 years in general practice and she is currently working in a pediatric office.


Barb was instrumental in helping to form the Muskingum Valley Component back in 1983.  She has served as President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Trustee.  She has been a delegate to ODHA’s Annual Session several times over the years.  She has served as ODHA Government Relations Council Chair, Legislative Committee Chair, and has testified on behalf of ODHA before the House and Senate committees.  She has been an ADHA member since 1979.  Last year she received the Margie A. Pearce Aspiring Professional Award and this year she received the Outstanding Effort Award for Continued Dedication and Service to the Ohio Dental Hygiene Association Award. 


In her spare time, she speaks once a month to pregnant parents at her local hospital in a Baby Basics class.  She shares with them some basic dental care needs from birth to preschool.  She is very active with her church and has been the youth leader for over 30 years.  She also works with an after school program that serves underprivileged kids.  Finally yet importantly, she babysits her 2 handsome grandsons when she can.  


 Kimberly Moore, President-Elect





Kimberly Moore

Kim is a 2002 graduate of Cuyahoga Community College with an AAS in Dental Hygiene. She graduated from Youngstown State University with a Bachelors of Applied Science in 2015. She plans to continue on with her education and pursue a Master’s of Public Health in the fall.  Kimberly is currently serving as President of the Northeastern Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association and has also served as delegate and as ADHA delegate.  This past summer she had the opportunity to attend ADHA Annual Session in Pittsburgh where she found great inspiration from other Hygienists that are making a difference in the profession. She is also active in her community by participating in events that focus on underserved populations and providing them an opportunity to receive oral health care and instruction. She is truly honored to be serving as ODHA President Elect.


     Christopher Immormino, VP

 Christopher Immormino



Chris graduated in 2009 from Lakeland Community College with an associates of applied science and has worked in a general dentist office in lake county for over 6 years. 


In 2010 he was asked to run for media relations secretary for the Northeastern component and have been involved ever since. He has served in multiple positions in his component including Media relations secretary, Vice President, Trustee, and Delegate.


After graduation He volunteered at the Cleveland free clinic where he gained invaluable experience helping the underserved populations of Cleveland. He is very excited to be Vice President and involved with legislative committee as all the new opportunities to serve the underserved populations and move dental hygiene forward. 


Molly Kennedy 2017 ODHA Secretary 



 Molly Kennedy


Molly is a 2013 graduate from Rhodes State College with an AAS in Dental Hygiene. She graduated from The Ohio State University in 2015 with her Bachelor of Science. Molly has been working in the dental field in various positions since she was 18 years old. 


She currently presides as Columbus President-Elect. She has also held the positions of Secretary, Delegate at ODHA, and currently manages the component website. She attended the 2016 ADHA Annual Session in Pittsburgh as and Alternate Delegate. She has coordinated the ODHA Student Table Clinics for the past few years. 


Molly works in private practice as a dental hygienist and Nationwide Children's Hospital's dental clinic. She enjoys spending time with her high school sweetheart, Sam and their dog, Blaze.



         Chadleo Webb, ODHA Treasurer


Chadleo Webb 


Chadleo is a 2013 graduate of The Ohio State University where he also received his Master’s in Dental hygiene in 2015. He has been working as a clinical instructor at Ohio State part-time and works as a hygienist in a periodontics office part-time. 


Over the past few years he has been active in his local component as secretary and president. He has served the state level as alternate delegate and delegate before stepping into the role of treasurer.  He was recently inducted to ODHA’s Academy of Dental Hygiene Studies and is passionate about the future direction of dental hygiene education in this state. 


Chad lives a very active lifestyle where he enjoys competing in various sports and serving the community through his church. He is returning to school in 2017 to earn his EFDA certification. 





 Speaker of the House


Deborah Oblisk

Deb is a 1980 graduate of Lakeland Community College with an Associates of Applied Sciences in Dental Hygiene degree.  She has 33 years of experience in general, pediatric, and periodontal practices.

Deb has served ODHA as President, Immediate Past President, President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, ADHA Delegate, Government Relations Chair, Legislative Contact Chair, OHYPAC Chair, as well as numerous Council and Committee positions.   She was awarded the ODHA Service Award in 1990 and is a charter member of the Academy of Dental Hygiene Studies.

She is currently a member of the Cleveland component, and previously active in the North Central and Northeastern components.

She is thrilled to be serving you as ODHA Speaker of the

 2017 ODHA Officers; Seated, left to right: Kim Moore, President-Elect; Beth Bielecki, President; Barb Ranck, Immediate Past President; Standing, left to right: Chad Webb, Treasurer; Chris Immormino, VP; Deb Oblisk, Speaker of the House; Molly Kennedy, Secretary




President's Message

Beth Bielecki

ODHA President 2017


The Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association’s goals for this year will be to support the dental therapy legislation, increase membership, and facilitate the charter agreement put forth by the American Dental Hygienists’ Association.  Just as dental hygiene is evolving, the role of professional organizations is changing too. Ohio is in the process of implementing uniform policies put forth by the American Dental Hygienists’ Association.  At the end of November Ohio went from 18 components serving the approximately 8,000 RDH’s across the state to 9.  The leaders within ODHA have worked tirelessly the past few years to make this a smooth transition and continue to serve hygienists across the state.  The leaders and members of our organization are the voices for all hygienists in Ohio and the legislators listen to our voices. I like to think of being a member of ODHA like being registered to vote for your profession. If you want change, you need to be part of the solution.


So how are we going to continue to grow ODHA? By “Being the Profession” Be the professional who educates their co-workers on changes to law.  Be the professional who invites other hygienists to meetings or continuing education. Be the professional who reaches out to their legislators and educates them on dental therapy. Be the professional who has educated conversations on the legislation with dentists. Be the professional who mentors students at your local dental hygiene school.  I am standing here today because I was mentored by so many great Leaders in ODHA.   I look forward to serving you as the President of the Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association this year.  Now go out there and “Be the Profession”!!! 







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