Born in Vietnam, Tran was exposed to many different cultures and environments. Relocating to the United States, Tran settled in California, then moved to Kansas, Maryland, and finally Washington D.C. making her adaptable and conversant with people from many different cultures and backgrounds.
As Tran laid out her plans to pursue a dental hygiene career, her move to Maryland allowed her to complete her education with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene from the University of Maryland Baltimore Campus, College of Dental Surgery Dental School. Upon completion of her degree, she was chosen to be part of the Dental Hygiene Admissions Committee, where she spent many hours assisting the committee in selecting new students. Concurrently, she worked at the Greenbaum Cancer Center and The PLUS Clinic in Baltimore, providing comprehensive dental care and educational services for immune and medically compromised patients. Tran is meticulous and diligent in her work and takes pride in delivering excellent oral healthcare to every patient.
Tran is passionate about her work and has devoted herself to motivating and educating her patients to achieve a lifetime of optimal oral health.
Carlos Fenwick has spent a majority of his career in the health and wellness arena. After graduating from Middlebury College in 2000, Carlos worked as a Legislative Assistant in the US Congress and was then promoted to a policy advisor on health care under the House Committee on Education and Labor.
After his tenure on Capitol Hill, Carlos got involved in the fitness club industry. He has worked as a membership advisor for various health clubs in the DC area and is also a personal trainer. Health and wellness is of the utmost importance - he practices this in his daily life as well as helps to inspire others to do the same in their own lives.
He is extremely grateful to Dr. Minovi for providing him with the opportunity to enhance his leadership and executive skills.