Volunteer Spotlight – Shanna Jennings

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AZMOM VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT

Once again, we are adding to our growing volunteer Wall of Fame! Our annual AZ Mission of Mercy events would not happen without all of our outstanding volunteers, and we love being able to recognize so many of you!! As we quickly approach the start of our 6th Annual Event, in less than 2 months on December 8th & 9th, we are continually humbled by the hundreds of selfless, generous, loving and gracious individuals that continue to sign up to partner with us each year…we are truly fortunate to work alongside some of the very best out there!

It is a joy to place these nominated individuals in the spotlight, and highlight the recognition they deserve, for going above and beyond in donating their time and talents. This month we are featuring Shanna Jennings, shown below! Thank you, Shanna, for your tireless efforts, year after year, in helping to make our event the success that it is!

Don’t forget to SIGN UP for this year’s event, if you haven’t already, and please help us spread the word to your family and friends too!! THANK YOU to ALL of our volunteers for ALL that you do to help make AZMOM such a success, and we look forward to seeing everyone again this December 8th & 9th 2017!!! #azmomcares

Shanna Jennings

1- How many years have you been in dentistry?
  at a dental hygiene school for 20 years

2- Who do you currently work for, and what is your title?  Rio Salado College, Administrative Assistant-Dental Programs

3- How many years have you volunteered with AZMOM? 5 years

4- Why is AZMOM important to you?   To help the community and see how appreciative the patients are.

5- Is there a significant memory/patient, from any of the AZMOM events you have participated in, that stands out to you?  A lady that said she was embarrassed by her teeth and would never smile. She received dentures. She had the biggest smile when she left and was so thankful to everyone for that.

6- What keeps you coming back to volunteer at AZMOM each year?   The leadership cares about the volunteers and patients. To be a part of something this great and be able to help people. 

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