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RALEIGH, NC (April 23, 2015) — Leading state dental benefits provider Delta Dental of North Carolina has brought fresh perspectives and experience to its board of directors with the addition of two new members. North Carolina leaders Moira LoCascio, McLaughlin Young Group CEO, and Dr. Bradford Pressley, DDS, PA, Night & Day Dental practitioner, joined the board this spring.
“LoCascio and Pressley complement this board with their fine-tuned leadership skills and dedication to community service,” said Curt Ladig, Delta Dental of North Carolina CEO. “They embody the values of Delta Dental of North Carolina, which include community commitment and team collaboration.”
LoCascio, a Charlotte native, currently serves on the boards of Charlotte’s NPR news source WFAE, Women Executives  and the Entrepreneurial Leadership Circle at the McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte. She is a graduate of Leadership North Carolina and Leadership Charlotte, with a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Richmond.
Dr. Bradford Pressley is a North Carolina native with a Bachelor of Arts in biology from the University of North Carolina and a doctorate in dental surgery. He has experience starting a dental practice, mentoring young dental professionals and partnering with a colleague to form Carolina Dental Arts, a new business model focused on practice startups.
About Delta Dental of North Carolina 
Delta Dental of North Carolina is a nonprofit dental benefits provider whose mission is to improve the oral health of the communities it serves. With 62 percent of North Carolina dentists in its network, Delta Dental NC has the largest network of providers in the state. With the Delta Dental Foundation, a nonprofit, charitable organization, Delta Dental supports education and research for the advancement of dental science. In addition, the Foundation promotes the oral health of the public through education and service activities, particularly for underserved and rural communities across North Carolina. To learn more, visit  

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