Dr. Jacqueline Burgette Serves as White House Fellow

The University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine is pleased to announce that assistant professor, Jacqueline Burgette, DMD, PhD, was selected as a 2022-2023 White House Fellow.

A pediatric dentist and researcher, Dr. Burgette is the first dentist ever selected as a White House fellow and will be placed at the Office of the National Cyber Director.  She is a strong dental educator, community health researcher and has been recognized with several awards for her work in dental public health advocacy.

"It is an incredible privilege to be selected as a White House Fellow to serve our federal government and affect change for all Americans across the country."
— Jacqueline Burgette

The White House Fellows program, now 58 years old, offers fellows a one-year-long experience working with leaders in the Federal government with the goal of helping the Administration work better. Fellowships are awarded on a non-partisan basis.