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Tracey Carrillo Fecher has dedicated 20 years of her career to working in the non-profit space with an emphasis on developing programs for children, youth organizations, and families. Tracey joined Sonrisas Dental Health in 2019 as the Chief Executive Officer. From 2010 to 2019, Tracey was at Gatepath, a non-profit serving children and adults with special needs. As the Vice President of Programs, she oversaw the organization’s programs that served individuals from birth through retirement. Tracey has a track record of growing programs to meet a community’s needs, while managing program operations and outcomes. Before her non-profit focus, Tracey spent 10 years working for an industry leading computer company utilizing her consultative and sales experience to collaborate and find solutions to her customers’ technical needs. In her free time, Tracey enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and going on hikes with her dog, Toby.
Dr. Torrey Rothstein has been an associate dentist at the Sonrisas Dental Health since 2006. As Dental Director, he oversees all aspects of patient care, the clinic’s quality assurance plan, improvements to services and programs, as well as compliance with state and local safety controls. Dr. Rothstein is in constant contact with clinic staff and volunteers regarding treatment planning, care options, and patient management. Dr. Rothstein is a graduate of the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience from the University of California San Diego. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association, and the San Mateo County Dental Society. In his spare time, Dr. Torrey is an actor in local community theater in both plays and musicals and enjoys performing with his band.
Dr. Bonnie Jue is a second-generation dentist who graduated from the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry (UOP), where she has been a faculty member for over 25 years. She currently is an Assistant Professor at both UOP and University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Schools of Dentistry, where she conducts research studies and leads examiner training and calibration sessions. In addition to her role as a clinician in private practice, Dr. Jue has worked extensively in the community. Using a service-learning model, Dr. Jue has created and developed course curriculum focused on prevention of dental disease, effective communication skills and community outreach. She collaborates with school districts and public agencies, such as the San Francisco Department of Public Health, County of San Mateo Health System, local Federally Qualified Health Centers, and other non-profit community-based clinics in the Bay Area to provide dental health services and education to underserved communities. As a community health advocate, Dr. Jue gives oral health presentations and in-service trainings to staff members and caregivers in community groups, and provides free dental examinations for low-income, predominantly bilingual Spanish-speaking and Chinese-speaking children, adults, and seniors.
Pat has been with Sonrisas since the inception of the San Mateo Center in 2015. She supports the clinical staff, mobile team, and clinic care coordinators to assure that the clinic runs smoothly and that our patients receive quality care and are happy. Pat also works with the administrative staff to provide data and support to continue our care to the community. Pat holds a Bachelors of Social Work, maintains her license as Registered Dental Assistant through continued education, and is a certified Oral Surgery Assistant. Pat brings over 30 years of dental practice experience before joining Sonrisas, and extensive experience as a social worker for a non-profit foster care and adoption agency. Pat lives in San Mateo with her husband and two feisty cats. She enjoys spending time with my family and friends, and is an avid Giants fan.
“Having worked in the private sector for so long, it was an appealing offer to help the underserved population with barriers to care.”
Since joining our team in 2019 as Sonrisas’ Director of Development, Maura works with our grant funders, private donors, and the community at large to build awareness about Sonrisas’ work and to grow our impact over time. Her dedication to community-building and creating access to opportunity for those in need drives her work for Sonrisas. Maura holds a B.A., Harvard University, an M.P.H, University of California, Berkeley and was formerly Millbrae Education Foundation Board President. With a background in public health and health care management, Maura has extensive experience in health care program planning, implementation, and measurement. Immediately prior to joining Sonrisas to expand our Development efforts, Maura led her local Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit funding educational equity. Maura lives in San Mateo County with her family, greatly outnumbered because even the dog is a boy. She has been hooked on Mad Libs since elementary school, treasures the opportunity to donate to worthy causes, and relishes travel, whether real or by book.
“I joined Sonrisas because I wanted to make a difference by combining my public health and fundraising experience, but I didn’t know much about the oral health care access gap in San Mateo County. Now that I’ve been with the organization for a while, two things stick with me: the incredible need for our services, and the gift of being able to connect with others who would like to share their resources to build a better future.”