Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic

Founder

André Hintermann
Founder, Past Chairman, Director Emeritus: A retired banker, Mr. Hintermann was a longtime financial supporter of the Madison Free Clinic and the Orange Free Clinic..  He founded, financially supported the Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic, and served as its initial Chairman of the Board from founding in 2011 – 2017. His family foundation purchased the building that houses PRDC to benefit the community in perpetuity. Mr. Hintermann is a nonvoting member of the Board but remains an active force in the organization’s development and sustainability. Retired. 

Board of Directors

Kim Isringhausen, RDH, MPH
Mrs. Isringhausen is Assistant Dean for Community and Collaborative Partnerships, School of Dentistry, Virginia Commonwealth University. President of the PRDC Board of Directors.

Jack Thompson, Jr., DDS
Vice President and Director of Dental Services, PRDC. He graduated from MCV School of Dentistry in 1968. Dr. Thompson completed a general dentistry residency with the USAF and served in the USAF Dental Corps on active duty. He has practiced dentistry in Gordonsville for almost 40 years and maintains his license. He is a life member of the American Dental Association and the Virginia Dental Association and past member of the Charlottesville Albemarle Dental Society and Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Thompson served as Dental Director for the first Piedmont Regional Mission of Mercy project. He is responsible for all dental operations of the PRDC and represents Orange County on PRDC Board of Directors. Affiliation: Semi-retired from private practice.

C. Richard Powers, CPA
Board Treasurer. C. Richard Powers has practiced public accounting in Culpeper since 1990 as a sole practitioner. His practice consists primarily of providing bookkeeping, payroll tax, and income tax services to small local business, and income tax return preparation services to individuals in the Culpeper, Orange and Madison area. Prior to 1990 Richard worked for several years as the controller for a local Culpeper construction firm, and prior to that was employed as a staff accountant with a regional accounting firm in Richmond. Mr. Powers has served on the Board of Directors of the Full Circle Thrift Store and of the Culpeper Music Society, both located in Culpeper, for several years. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Virginia Tech in 1971.

Mitchell H. Bernstein
Mitch Bernstein retired from the practice of law in 2014, following a 40-year career spent primarily in Washington, DC.  Mr. Bernstein graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, in 1970 and from Yale Law School in 1973. Mr. Bernstein served in the Office of General Counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 1977-1981, after which he went into private practice advising clients regarding their compliance obligations under various federal and state environmental statutes, and representing them in cleanup negotiations under the federal Superfund law at numerous hazardous waste disposal sites across the country. Mr. Bernstein and his wife Barbara have owned their home in the community of Graves Mill (Madison County) since 1986, and are now full-time residents.

Tegwyn Brickhouse, DDS, PhD
Dr. Brickhouse is Director of Oral Health Services Research Core, Associate Professor, School of Dentistry, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Camden Brown, DMD
Dr. Brown is a full-time orthodontic clinician at her private practice in Greene County, Virginia. She holds a Masters degree and Certificate in Orthodontics from the University of Florida, a Doctor of Dental Medicine from Harvard University and a BS from the University of Florida. As owner of a practice and full-time orthodontist, she is involved in all aspects of the business from human resources and financials to clinical patient care and social media. She enjoys participating in orthodontic continuing education and learning to run a well-balanced practice. 

Shannon Butler, DDS
Dr. Butler is a 1995 graduate of the Medical College of Virginia’s School of Dentistry. She has worked as a dentist in Culpeper for 14 years. Dr. Butler is a member of the Culpeper Rotary Club, the Farmington Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization, and Culpeper Presbyterian Church. She and her husband Tripp reside in Culpeper with their two children. Dr. Butler volunteered for the MOM project and represents Culpeper interests on the Board of Directors.

William O. Dahlke, Jr., DMD
Chairman, Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Associate Professor, VCU School of Dentistry. Hospital appointments at Children’s Hospital of Richmond, VCU Medical Center and Stony Point Surgery Center.

Gerald Kluft, DDS, FICD, PFA
Thirty-six years of commercial dental experience in periodontics and implant dentistry.  Board of Directors of ESpaces, Inc., Rapid Geomics, NextGen Biologicals Inc., Nanophotonia, Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic, Sentinel Diagnostics Imaging. Board of Visitors, Medical College of Virginia, Chair, 2016, Make It Real Campaign, VCU School of Dentistry. Member, University of Florida Foundation. Distinguished Alumnus, University of Florida, 2006. Fellow- Pierre Fauchard Academy. Fellow-International College of Dentistry.

Thomas Reynolds, MD
Dr. Reynolds is Chief Medical Officer of UVA Culpeper Hospital. Dr. Reynolds has worked as a family medicine provider with UVA Primary Care Culpeper Family Practice for 34 years. He stepped down from his role as associate medical director for the University of Virginia Physicians Group in Culpeper to take this role. He was voted Doctor of the Year in 2010 at Culpeper Regional Hospital.

Ann G. Tidball
Senior Human Resource Executive with strong skills in developing HR strategies and HR organizations to support business goals for both mature and emerging markets, domestically and internationally. Recently retired Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Global Human Health where she was responsible for all HR support across the 55,000 person division with $45B in revenue.

Brenda M. Tanner, Ed.D
Past Superintendent of both the Orange County School System (2015 – 2018) and the Madison County School System (2004 – 2010), she is also President of Dominion Education Services, LLC, a nationwide education consulting organization. In this capacity she has provided customized support services for schools, including site-based data analysis and professional development for teachers and administrators in multiple states, including Illinois, Maryland, South Carolina, and Virginia; Worked with the Virginia School Boards Association in the development of professional development modules, and Served as Chair of Board of Directors for Northwest Evaluation Association.