Meet the Doctor
Graduating with a BS in Biology from Manhattan College, a Doctorate of Dental Surgery from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine (1994) and a General Practice Residency at St. Barnabas hospital in the Bronx( 1995), she brings 24 years of experience to her practice.
Dr. Cordero is a recipient of the American Association of Women Dentists award for outstanding leadership and service. She has also been awarded by the Federation of Special Care Organizations in Dentistry as a member of the American Association of Hospital Dentists, and is a member of the Supreme chapter of Delta Sigma Delta, the Greenwich Dental Society, Connecticut Dental Society, and the American Dental Association.
Dr. Cordero also sponsors teams annually at the Greenwich Boys and Girls Club, is a Presidential contributor to The Smiletrain Foundation, and the Fresh Air Fund. Dr. Cordero avidly believes in community service and has donated many volunteer hours, with her daughters, to a variety of nonprofit organizations.
In the fall of 2017, Dr Cordero was able to go back to her parent's hometowns of Ceiba, PR and Camuy, PR to hand deliver a 20ft container full of donations. Dr. Cordero, along with family members, town volunteers and the mayor of Ceiba were able to hand deliver cases of water and food supplies to local town citizens in need and also hand deliver to remote areas of Yabucoa (not yet reached by relief efforts). Her final days she continued delivering supplies of water, food, solar lights, lanterns, batteries, diapers and wipes to Camuy , PR- where she also decided to adopt a kitten found the day after the hurricane in the middle of the road. At two months of age, Maria (the new kitten) arrived in NY. She weighed 1.5lbs. Now a healthy , fluffy Zoe (Maria) has become a loving part of our family.
Thank you to the most generous employees of QAD in Mt Laurel , NJ for all their donations and Chris Hageman for orchestrating this great relief effort. In addition she extends her gratitiude to Dr. Rabadi form Yonkers, NY for medical donations (scarce supplies of insulin and other medications urgently needed).