Dr. Scott Green is a 1993 graduate from Dalhousie Dental School. Scott started his first dental practice
in Saint John, New Brunswick, and later purchased a practice in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. This practice
was then merged with his wife Joanne’s practice. A year later we merged with two more practices, and
eventually became a 5-doctor practice.
Dr Green has recently retired after ROI sold both his and Joanne’s practices in June 2018. The experience
was so stress-free that he wanted to join the team and start immediately.
Mr. Andrew Bryson has a passion for business and has over 27 years of experience in business ownership and management in the fields of retail, franchising, manufacturing, real estate development and export market development – including 6 years in business (M&A) transactions. Andrew is excited to join ROI Corporation, so that he can “fully support not only practice owners but all practitioners, allowing them to achieve their goals through successful business sales and acquisitions.”
Dr. Williams is a 1986 graduate from Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Dentistry, who embarked on a varied clinical career; one which first took him to Northern Ontario as a hospital-based dentist and then by bush plane to First Nations communities in the region. His eventual return to Atlantic Canada saw him in the roles of associate dentist, part-time lecturer, locum practitioner and owner of a solo practice. Unfortunately, that part of his career came to an end in 1996 when he suffered the partial loss of two fingers on his dominant hand in a carpentry accident.
Dr. Williams went on to complete a Master of Business Administration at Saint Mary’s University, and since 2001 has been an Associate with ROI Corporation. He is also Chair of the Board at CDSPI; where he has been a Director since 2003. Dr. Williams is a member of the Nova Scotia Dental Association.
In his life outside of dentistry, he owned a six bed long term care facility in his hometown of Tatamagouche, NS for 14 years and was also a Director on the Board of Windsor Elms Village, a 108 bed nursing home for four years. He was also a past elected member of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board and served a term as Co-chair of the Tatamagouche New School Enhancements Fundraising Committee. He is currently active in the Tatamagouche Area Trails Association and the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Foundation. In 2019 Dr. Williams was appointed as a Public Representative to the CPA Nova Scotia (Accountants) Board of Directors.