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Dyllan Thweatt

Dyllan is a UC San Diego graduate and the Associate Editor for NewGradOptometry and CovalentCareers. In his time out of the office he is also a full-time Dungeon Master, pet dad, and an avid tea drinker.


All May 13th, 2019
CovalentCareers' CEO and CFO: Tips for Starting Up

If you've thought about starting your own business, take advice from people who have already been there. Drs. Matt Geller and Brett Kestenbaum share their story of starting CovalentCareers.

Eyecare April 30th, 2019
From New Grad to Owner: Owning Your Own Practice After Optometry School

Opening a practice as a new grad can be especially difficult, but taking your time and building a plan can lead to a successful new business.

Eyecare April 26th, 2019
Dr. Kambiz Silani: Bringing Concierge Healthcare to Optometry

Dr. Kambiz Silani, OD discusses his role operating a high-end optometry practice and how he serves his community through concierge optometry.

Eyecare April 10th, 2019
Inspiring a Shared Vision Within Your Organization

CovalentCareers' CEO, Dr. Matt Geller, discusses the importance of building and maintaining a shared vision of your company during Vision Expo West 2018.

Eyecare April 4th, 2019
Meeting Financial Goals for New Healthcare Professionals

Developing proper financial goals is essential. But don't take it from us, take it from two finance professionals!

Eyecare April 1st, 2019
Tips on Money Management for Optometrists

You're done with school, you're getting paid, and you have so many things to pay off, buy, and save for. Join us to discuss budgeting, saving, and investing for optometrists and learn how to prioritize those payments.

Eyecare March 29th, 2019
Understanding the Different Types of Business Entities for Healthcare Professionals

There's a wide variety of business entity designations, but knowing which designation is right for your business can make a huge difference.

Eyecare March 22nd, 2019
Quarterly Payments for Independent Contractor Optometrists

While taxes may be unavoidable, following the correct financial plan can make sure they're manageable, especially as an independent contractor.