MEET OUR OFFICERS

SCOTLAND STEWART – PRESIDENT 

Scotland is in her third and final year at the University of Louisville, majoring in public health and minoring in biology. She is a part of UofL’s Accelerated Master’s of Public Health Program, and plans to earn her MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology prior to attending dental school. She is from Southeastern Kentucky, born and raised in the small town of London. In addition to the Pre-Dental Society, she serves leadership roles in Operation Smile, Trew Friends, Zeta Tau Alpha, College Mentors for Kids, United Nations Association, and the Student Organization Advisory Board. Within PDS, Scotland loves volunteering at dental clinics, the Smile KY! program, and at Remote Area Medical clinics. She also works as a dental assistant at a local dental office. Scotland looks forward to returning to London to provide dental care to her underserved community.


SARAH CAWTHON – VICE PRESIDENT 

Sarah, a Louisville native, is a junior majoring in Biology at the University of Louisville. In addition to PDS, she is also involved in Sigma Kappa Sorority, the Honors Program, Undergraduate Research, the President’s Council Mentoring Program, and is a PAL leader for CHEM 101 and a TA for BIOL 244. She also plans to apply for the HPSP with the US military. Sarah enjoys serving her community and aspires to become a compassionate dentist in the future. In her free time, she enjoys running, cheering on the Cards, eating at Texas Roadhouse, and watching Survivor. This year, Sarah looks forward to getting more involved in service opportunities and participating in RAM clinics.


CORRINE MOLTER – SECRETARY 

Corrine is a junior majoring in biology at the University of Louisville. She is from Westfield, IN, a growing suburb 20 miles north of Indianapolis. Along with holding a position within the Pre-Dental Society, she is the current Vice President of Operation Smile. She is a member of the Chi Omega Fraternity, in the Honors Program, and works at the Cardinal Card Office. In her free time, she loves to read, attend workout classes at the SRC, watch the Colts, and listen to true crime podcasts. Within PDS, Corrine loves volunteering at dental clinics, attending mentor/mentee meetings, and hopes to be more involved in service opportunities. She looks forward to being able to provide dental care to underserved areas within her community.


JACK SPEELMAN – TREASURER 

Jack is a junior majoring in Biology and minoring in Psychology at the University of Louisville. He was born is Cincinnati and attended Turpin High School while living there. Jack currently is a ULEAD student that has early admissions into Louisville’s School of Dentistry and has aspirations to help serve his community with dental related care. Outside of PDS, Jack serves as IFC Vice President of Community Engagement, a member of Beta Theta Pi, works the resident halls’ front desk as a CHA, and serves as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant. In his free time, Jack enjoys watching his plants and taking care of his fish. Jack is excited to be a part of the PDS team and wants to help people get excited about teeth!


EMILY DADISMAN – OUTREACH CHAIR

Emily Dadisman is a junior biology major and psychology minor from Danville, KY. She is a part of the University of Louisville’s early acceptance into dental school program and plans to attend to ULSD in the graduating class of 2026. Previously, she served as Kappa Delta’s Vice President of Community service. She is also involved in She Became, and is currently a Biology 244 Lab TA. In her free time, Emily loves thrifting (shoutout @shopniftythrifties on Instagram!!), anything crafty, and scraping by until the next Bachelor and This is Us episode. She looks forward to sharing more about the club and it’s members through our social medias, and watching the club grow throughout the year! 


ANDREA HERNANDEZ – DENTAL HYGIENE CHAIR

Andrea is a sophomore at the University of Louisville majoring in dental hygiene. She is Mexican, born and raised in Louisville, where she graduated from MedQuest College in Dental Assisting, with Summa Cum Laude in 2019. Andrea now has early admission to the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, where she plans to pursue her dream career of becoming a dental hygienist to serve her community and create healthy smiles. Andrea enjoys volunteering in her free time, in addition to Pre-Dental Society, she is involved with Operation Smile and Latinx. Andrea is looking forward to volunteer with the Smile KY! program and RAM clinics again this semester.


COLLIN BRADLEY – SERVICE CHAIR

Collin is from St. Louis, Missouri and is currently a Sophomore Biology major at the University of Louisville. He is in the ULEAD program’s Class of 2027 but is pushing to get into dental school a year sooner. Based on his good experiences with dentistry as a kid, he aspires to become a great pediatric dentist and hopes that he can help more kids have good dental experiences like he did. Collin is looking forward to the semester and eager for life to return to normal. His biggest hope for the semester is that members of PDS will be able to finally get back into dental clinics and any other dental services opportunities.


ASHLEY SPILLMAN – APPAREL CHAIR

Ashley Spillman is a Junior biology major. She currently holds early admission status through the ULEAD program and plans to attend the University of Louisville Dental School. She also plans to apply to the HPSP program and dreams to serve as a dentist in the United States Air Force. She is passionate about service and dreams to give back to her community and others through the practice of dentistry. Her favorite volunteering opportunities has been a RAM clinic she attended in Hazard, Kentucky. She also enjoys volunteering at the local dental clinics and is looking forward to being a part of Smile KY again this coming spring! Outside of PDS, she has served as a biology TA and looks forward to being a part of She Became this semester. Her favorite pastime is working out and she enjoys barre, cycling and running. She also loves to cook, listen to music and podcasts and fills her creative outlet through running a sustainable thrift business with outreach chair, Emily Dadisman. She is thrilled to be a PDS officer and hopes to not only provide unique apparel designs to members, but is also eager to get creative with community-building opportunities within the society! She is thankful for the companionship she has found within the organization and looks forward to fostering that same environment for the current and future members that follow her!


Dr. Joe Jacobi – Louisville Dental Society Liaison

For the past year he has been working with the UofL PDS as the Liaison to the Louisville Dental Society’s Free Dental Clinic to give PDS students opportunities to learn dental assisting, x ray certification and networking with the dental community. He emphatically believes that PDS students are important members of the dental community and that opportunities and experiences should be made available to them whenever possible. He works closely with the leadership of the PDS, the dental school and the Louisville Dental Society to bring informative topics, speakers and experiences to the group.

Dr. Jacobi is a graduate of Indiana University School of Dentistry. He greatly enjoyed private general practice for 36 years in Jeffersonville, Indiana. His special interest is in esthetics and complex restorative cases frequently involving dental implant prosthetics. He has taken several thousand hours of dental continuing education and awarded status as a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Jacobi is also a Fellow of the American College of Dentists.

He has also been involved in the American Dental Association on the local, state and national level. Dr. Jacobi helped establish a volunteer based dental clinic under the Clark County Board of health for the working poor and has served on many community organizations boards and has been Board Chair of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana.

After leaving full time clinical practice, he has been deeply committed to the nonprofit, WaterStep, developing and supervising the building of water treatment equipment for the underdeveloped world. He has been on water and dental missions to the Caribbean, Central and South America, India, Africa and the Amazon rainforest.