Being born too early can have a profound effect on your child's health. In addition to early concerns about lung development and intestinal issues, prematurity may also cause vision problems. Desp ...View Article
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Eric is ABO Certified, holds a Vermont state license and has been dispensing since 2001. Eric has served on the OAV Board since Autumn, 2010 and has held the office of President since 2012.
Eric is on the Board of Directors for the Opticians Association of America (OAA) and is also on the Board of Directors for the Vision of Hope (VOH), a charitable organization that supports vision missions, education and the preservation of history in the field of opticianry.
Additionally, he serves on numerous committees with the OAA and VOH, and has contributed several articles and has helped edit The American Optician.
Eric currently manages a private practice, Hayes I. Sogoloff, O.D., in Shelburne, Vermont.
OAV Vice President
Keith has been ABO certified since 1992 and has been licensed in Massachusetts as well as in Vermont.
Keith has served on the OAV Board since 2012 and has held the office of Vice President since Spring, 2016.
Keith is a 1990 graduate of Elmira College in Elmira, New York and is the co-owner of 802 Eyecare in South Burlington, Vermont.
Jenna is ABO certified and has been a Licensed Optician since 2004. She has served as OAV Secretary since Autumn, 2014.
Jenna studied at Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey and finished her degree program at CCV in Burlington, Vermont.
Jenna also serves on the Board of Directors for the Vision of Hope and is currently the manager of the Walmart Vision Center in Williston, Vermont.
Misty is ABO certified and holds a Vermont state license. She has been dispensing since 2001 and has served as the OAV Treasurer since Spring, 2016.
Misty has worked at several private practices and is currently at the Walmart Vision Center in Williston, Vermont.