Our Team

Robin Moody, MPH, CPHQ

Executive Director


Robin Moody joined Dental3 as the executive director in June 2021. She has more than 20 years combined experience in health care non-profit leadership, health policy, and health care journalism. In recent years she has worked with clinics nationwide to build sustainable population health workflows in medically underserved communities, and to support clinics’ transition to value-based payment models. She additionally served as executive director of Oregon’s leading health policy forum. She completed her undergraduate studies at Gonzaga University and earned a master’s in public health degree from Portland State University. Robin, her husband and their two school-aged children enjoy exploring the abundant natural treasures of the Pacific Northwest, through skiing, biking, camping, hiking and spelunking.

Liz Wyles, MSEd

Senior Director of Operations


Liz Wyles is the Senior Director of Operations for Dental3. She attended The Ohio State University and the University of Dayton for undergraduate and graduate studies. Her professional career includes various management and supervisory roles in business and project management. She also worked in higher education for over twenty years. Liz enjoys discovering new places to hike in Oregon, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Laura Geelan, EPDH

Clinical Lead, Expanded Practice Dental Hygienist


Laura Geelan spent two years working in Arizona at a private practice before moving back to Oregon. Laura has been with D3 since September of 2016 and works in both the Pre-K screening and fluoride varnish program as well as the School-Based Dental Sealant program. Laura has been married to her husband, Kyle, since 2014. In her free time, Laura and Kyle enjoy being outside doing activities such as hiking, running, camping and golfing. Laura and Kyle love spending time with their animals. They have a boxer named Charlie and two cats.

Flor Flores

Program Manager, Community Education & Care Navigation


Flor graduated from Portland State University in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Public Health and a primary focus on Community Health Education. She began with Dental3 as a college intern in the spring of 2020 and is proud to be officially part of the team. Flor’s main role at D3 includes managing urgent and non-emergent dental referrals for patients; assisting the fluoride program dental team in the field when needed; and most recently, oral health education to K-8 classrooms. During her free time, she likes to read, spend time with her family and look for odd plants to add to her ever-growing indoor plant collection. A fun fact she would like others to know is that her first and last names mean flower in Spanish.

Virginia Mattfeld, EPDH, BSDH

Expanded Practice Dental Hygienist


Virginia received her Associate Degree from Portland Community College in 2005 and a Bachelor in Dental Hygiene at Eastern Washington University, Spokane WA, in 2019. She joined Dental3 in 2019, providing dental screenings, fluoride varnish, and both on-site and virtual oral health education for PreK and Head Start programs. She says that the best part of her job is getting to help diverse populations improve their oral health, better their overall health, and educate them on caries and disease prevention. She is passionate about providing direct access to oral health to the underserved population; she has a small independent practice providing dental hygiene therapy to families. Virginia has traveled several times to Central America, working at schools in rural villages of Guatemala and Honduras. She is an active member of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA). Virginia has been married to her husband Eric since 1994 and has two grown daughters and care for two rescue cats. She loves traveling with her husband, creating art with mixed media, and loves Disney cruises and Park.

Becca Dugan

Dental Assistant


Becca Dugan recently graduated high school through the early college program at PCC. Currently she is working towards her associates degree with hopes of one day going into hygiene school. Her passion for dental was rooted at a young age from working with her dad and grandpa in the family dental equipment business. She is a born and raised Oregonian with a love for the outdoors. In her free time, you can find her exploring all that the wonderful outdoors of the Pacific North West has to offer.

Jayne Wheeler, EPDH

Expanded Practice Dental Hygienist


Jayne is on her second career path as a Registered Dental Hygienist who graduated in 2018. After graduating, she worked at a private family dental practice where she learned children were her most adored patients. Educating people on the oral health needs, particularly with at-risk groups in our community, brings Jayne a sense of personal fulfillment. Most of Jayne’s spare time is spent outside on her first-year flower garden. She loves to laugh alongside her family and to karaoke on the weekends.

Ashley Garrison

Operations Specialist


Ashley Garrison initially joined D3 in 2020 as a volunteer and was later offered a position as the Administrative and Program Assistant. Ashley is an Oregon native who has lived all over the state, attending various colleges in different regions before earning a bachelor’s degree in English and Writing from Southern Oregon University. She has spent the majority of her professional years in early childhood education and has volunteer administrative experience in hospice care and child advocacy. Ashley and her husband enjoy spending as much time as they can at the Oregon coast with their two school-aged children, River and Georgia. As a family, they love camping, creating art, and spoiling their three beloved cats.

Edgar Torres

Dental Assistant


I’m Edgar, one of the dental assistants at Dental3. I’m from the Portland area and graduated from Centennial High School in 2019. I’ve been a personal support worker for my brothers for about 4 years and I have experience for caring for those who have disabilities. What I like about dental assisting is that I get to learn something new every day. Not only that but I get the opportunity to be involved in my community by helping others. Also, spreading the word about proper dental hygiene is very important. In my free time, I like spending time with family and friends and discovering new places to eat.