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Rockville, MD 20850
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What’s the best advice you’ve received and how has it helped you?
Marjorie DiLima: “Don’t wrestle with a pig—you get dirty and the pig
likes it.” This saying has helped me to stay focused on what is important to
my clients, rather than negatively engaging with opposition just to prove I’m
right. I would rather my client be satisfied with the long-term outcomes than
for me to prove I am right, although being right is often satisfying, too!
What will be the biggest challenge for the generation of women
Dorothy Fait: We need to remember that the “Women’s Movement” didn’t
end in the 70’s. Respect and equality for women in the workplace is an ongoing pursuit and an organic process; we all need to remain aware of that every
day and stay vigilant as we open doors and break ceilings for all women.
Dorothy R. Fait, Esq. &
Marjorie G. DiLima, Esq.
FAIT & DILIMA, LLP
B 15225 Shady Grove Road, Suite 301
Rockville, MD 20850
301-948-1212 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do you do what you do? What motivates and inspires you?
I love what I do as I get to wear so many hats each day.
As a dentist, I care for wonderful people and develop relationships
that are very special. As an artist, I create beautiful smiles that make
people happy—and often change lives.
I’m also an educator as I provide information to improve people’s
lives and health. For my staff as well as several women pursuing careers
in dentistry I am a mentor. I love to learn and dentistry’s ever-changing
materials and procedures gives me that opportunity.
In owning my own business, I’ve created an environment that’s warm
and welcoming. That allows me to practice the way I feel and provides my
patients, staff and myself with perfect surroundings to provide the best
I really could go on and on with this question!
Cheryl F. Callahan, DDS