Montana clinical research dentist and practitioner, Dr. Jane Gillette is a nationally recognized leader in primary oral disease prevention, health disparities and evidence-based dentistry. Dr. Gillette has a unique and diverse background, which includes leadership and work experience in a variety of practice settings including the Federal Dental Service, Community Health Center’s, private practice and the academic/research setting. She currently serves in a leadership capacity with many health organizations including the American Dental Association (ADA), the National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA), the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) funded practice-based research network NW PRECEDENT. Dr. Gillette is one of the nation’s leading advocates for reducing health disparities and improving health outcomes via the production and utilization of high quality scientific evidence and works closely with the ADA’s Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry. For the past 5 years she has served on the ADA’s Evidence-Based Dentistry Champions Conference coordinating committee and lectured and taught course work at this conference as well. Dr. Gillette is a reviewer of scientific evidence for the ADA’s evidence-based dentistry website (EBD.ADA.org), an editor for The Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice and lectures nationally on topics related to evidence-based dentistry and research translation. Within her state dental association of Montana, Dr. Gillette has served or currently serves on the Montana Dental Association (MDA) Board of Trustees (6 years), the MDA Council on Government Affairs (6 years), is the MDA Chair for the Council on Public Health and Planning (3 years), serves as an ADA House of Delegates Alternate Delegate (6 years) and is the creator and director of the infant oral health program Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (AbCd) MT program (3 years).