General Office Manager
Donna was born and raised in Pearl City, Hawaii. Trained as a classical piano player since she was 8 years old, she obtained a music history degree from the University of Hawaii. She and Dr. Mori moved to Portland when their first child was 3 months old so that Dr. Mori could attend dental school. Donna takes care of most of the bookkeeping duties for the office including payroll, taxes, accounts payable, etc. About 7 years ago she began to be more involved in the daily running of the dental practice and can be seen in the office 3 days a week, cleaning rooms, sterilizing instruments, answering phones, and doing whatever will help the staff and patients.
She enjoys reading all types of books, trying new eating places, and traveling. She also visits Hawaii multiple times a year to help with her mom who suffered a stroke 3 years ago and is partially paralyzed.
Front Office Coordinator
Molly is hard-working, caring, and dedicated to her job, patients and family. She wants every patient to feel welcome and make sure their needs are met. When Molly was eight years old she broke her front tooth. She went through a lot of work to get it fixed. It was eye opening to her, that dental is not only important to your health, but that it can bring back your smile and build your confidence. Born and raised in NE Portland, Molly is busy raising her two children, taking care of her disabled mother, and planning a wedding a dozen years in the making. In her downtime, she enjoys movies, music, friends, and her 4 cats.
Mandy graduated from dental hygiene school in 2012. She attended Mt. Hood Community College where she got her associate's degree and then followed up with her bachelors' degree at Oregon Institute of Technology. Mandy takes great pride in helping improve her patient's dental and gingival health, and helping patients achieve a smile that will last a lifetime. Mandy is originally from Oregon, having grown up in Milwaukie. She enjoys hiking and camping and has a black belt in Taekwondo.
As a young child Michael chipped 2 of his front teeth. He lived this way for 2 years and when he finally got them fixed it boosted his self confidence. Michael never forgot that feeling and this is what drives him in the dental field. He graduated from Radiance Dental Assisting Academy and is currently taking classes at a community college with the goal of applying to either dental or hygiene school. When he is not studying (or working) he enjoys playing basketball and bowling.