Massachusetts Dental Society executive director dies at 41

The executive director of the Massachusetts Dental Society, Conor McNulty, died July 6 in his home at age 41.

Mr. McNulty worked for the California Dental Association from 2005 to 2014, acting as director of membership programs during some of his time there. He also served as the executive director of the Oregon Dental Association from 2014 until March, when he left to take the same position at the Massachusetts Dental Society.

He was employed in corporate marketing, business development and publishing before pivoting to association work.

"Conor was a gifted leader who had a unique ability to strategize a vision for our association and to get others to buy into that vision," Barry Taylor, DMD, executive director of the Oregon Dental Association, told ADA News.

Mr. McNulty's family asks that donations made in his honor go to The Bald Faced Truth Foundation or the college funds of he and his wife's four children.

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