Posted on Monday, September 01, 2014
Name: Jessica W.
Occupation: Dental Hygienist
Number of years with MNFD: I have been with Madison No Fear Dentistry of a total of 6 years. I was Dr. Ducommun's assistant prior to dental hygiene school and now have been a hygienist here for 2 years.
Hometown: Waunakee, WI
Family/Pets? Husband Ryan (of 3 years) and daughter Azalea (9 months)
What did you want to be when you grew up?
Lots of things... A country singer, a teacher, a farmer, and then I settled in the dental field :)
What was your first job?
My first job was on the family dairy farm doing daily chores. Then, I worked at Waunakee Remodeling for a while as a receptionist before dental assisting school.
What are your hobbies/interests?
I love spending time with my family, and going out to dinner. I also enjoy boating (when time allows it) and softball on Thursday nights in Dane with friends.
What is your favorite sport to watch and/or play?
My favorite sport to watch is football... especially the PACKERS!!! Favorite sport to play is softball, but I enjoy playing lots of sports and being active outside.
What is your biggest pet-peeve?
My biggest pet-peeve is people that are putsy!! I like to get things done and move on.
What was your favorite band(s) in high school?
My favorite singer is probably Jason Alden/Luke Bryan... really anything country, old and new.
Where is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii, I can't wait to back someday! :)
Name one thing on your Bucket List: traveling, and seeing LOTS of beautiful places
Do you have any hidden talents?
I can operate heavy equipment and have driven tractors since my teenage years. I drove a tractor just about every day of my life for about 10 years while helping my dad with chores at night.
What are you really bad at that you’d love to be great at?
I wish I was more creative.
What is something about you that might surprise us?
My husband Ryan and I have been together since I was 15 years old :)
What is your favorite part of working for MNFD?
The people I work with and how well we all get along. I also love seeing patients smile at the end of their appointments. It is amazing to see people overcome fears they have battled with their whole lives.