Course overview

Build Your Tribe: Mastering Your Social Media & Network

Building a community is one of the most important things you can do while growing your brand. We here at FutureDDS have been fortunate enough to have frown a tribe that we are not only able to help, but also learn from. Throughout our masterclass, we aspire to help you do the same. Come learn how to grow your community, and have fun doing it.

Self-paced videos

1 CE Credit

After a brief quiz at course end

Who will benefit most from this course?

Dentists and Practice Managers


Social Media


1.5 hours


$50 for course or $480 for all courses (yearly subscription)

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Meet your Expert Lecturers

Tyler Brown & Tyrell Fridie

Tyler Brown graduated from Howard University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Health Care Management. After undergrad, he served as the Program Coordinator for the Smiles Across America Program at Oral Health America in Chicago. Following his tenure in Chicago, he received his master's degree in Biomedical Sciences from Barry University in Miami, FL. Tyler also has had the opportunity to travel with Tufts to Peru for a Global Service Learning Trip where he and a group of students were able to provide dental services to rural communities. Tyler is excited to continue to develop his clinical skills as well as continue finding innovative ways to promote oral health and leverage social media to educate the world.
Tyrell Fridie earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA in 2013 and later obtained his master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from Barry University in 2017. During his time away from school he traveled abroad to experience othercultures, which he says was, “One of the best decisions he’s ever made”. Constantly exploring new artistic and creative avenues, Tyrell looks for innovative ways to inspire, to connect with and build community. With a growing passion for mindfulness and mediation, as well as holistic health, he aims to infuse these elements into his practice as a future dentist."