FREE CE Lecture “TDA State of the State” with Dr. Jeannie Beauchamp, Andrea Hayes and Mark Greene
Dr. Jeannie Beauchamp, TDA President
Dr. Beauchamp was raised in Oak Ridge Tennessee. She practiced dental hygiene for seven years then returned to school. She earned her D.D.S. degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. She then completed a two year pediatric residency. Since 1993 she has practiced in Clarksville. She established Clarksville Pediatric Dentistry, PC in 1999.
She has been actively involved in her community. Some of the organizations include Clarksville (Sunrise) Rotary, Clarksville Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Leadership Clarksville, Boy Scouts, Cumberland Bank and Trust, Clarksville Housing Authority, Custom House Museum Foundation, Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Haiti Dental Mission, Good Samaritan Dental Clinic, Head Start Advisory Committee and the Montgomery County Health Advisory Committee. She is an advocate for children’s dental health. She has served on several advisory panels for the state of TN regarding dental care of children and special needs, including the TennCare Medical Care Advisory Committee.
She is board certified and is very involved in local, state and national dental societies. Dr. Beauchamp is active with the Tennessee Dental Association, currently serving as the President and on the Tenn-D-PAC Committee. She is past president of the Eighth District Dental Society. She served the American Dental Association as a delegate to the ADA House of Delegates for more than 10 years. She is a past member of the ADA Council of Government Affairs. She was a member of the Council on Access, Prevention and Interprofessional Relations and ADA’s representative on an Advisory Committee of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. She also has been active with American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. She has been a trustee, council chairman, Parliamentarian, and she is currently President-elect. She was President of the TN Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
She is a Fellow of American College of Dentists, Fellow of international College of Dentists, and a Pierre Fauchard Academy Fellow.
Andrea Hayes, MA, CAE, IOM, TDA Executive Director
Andrea Hayes joined the Tennessee Dental Association in November 2020 as executive director. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Andrea has spent her entire career in association management working for membership organization of all types and sizes including seven years at the Nashville Dental Society. Andrea holds a master’s degree from the College of Leadership & Public Service at Lipscomb University, and a Certificate in Nonprofit Organization Management from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Organization Management. She is designated as a Certified Association Executive (CAE) by the American Society of Association Executives and is an active member in the Tennessee Society of Association Executives where she served on the TNSAE Board of Directors and was President of the Board in 2009. Andrea lives with her family in Nashville, but grew up in Union City in rural Northwest Tennessee.
Mark Greene, TDA Lobbyist
Mark Green, a thirty-four year veteran lobbyist has operated a solo, multi-client lobbying firm since 1999 with a focus on ethics, healthcare, tax and business matters.
Representative clients include(d) TN Psychological Association, Tennessee Pharmacist Association, Government-owned hospitals, Tennessee Hospital Association, Tennessee Association for Home Care, Tennessee Academy of ophthalmology, Tennessee nurses association, Tennessee Academy of General Dentistry, American Doctors of Medical Science Association, and American Massage Therapy Association. Other clients include(d) the Vacation Lodging Association, Interstate Logos, Fraternity Order of Police, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, and AT&T.
Client services include developing strategy and tactics, tracking and analysis of bills, amendments and regulatory action, drafting and filing of bills and amendments. Mark has extensive experience in working on scope of practice and insurance issues with small associations.
Mark has developed an expertise in legislation and rules governing lobbyist and employers of lobbyist. He served as chairman of the 250-member Tennessee Lobbyist Association for two crucial years which included the “Tennessee Waltz” scandal and it’s political aftermath – the Ethics Reform Act of 2006. Since then, he has acted as the registered lobbyist representing TLA before the Tennessee Ethics Commission on such topics as lobbyist and employer registration, fees, ethics training, employer expenditure reporting and codes of conduct.