My clinical focus is in the area of pediatric audiology with the majority of my experience in providing diagnostic services for the birth to three population. I teach introductory and graduate level courses which highlight many aspects of the practice of audiology and the impact of hearing loss and deafness across populations. In addition, I supervise graduate students in the areas of identification, intervention and prevention of hearing loss. My collaboration with CSD clinical faculty allows me to develop opportunities for students to broaden and apply their knowledge of auditory disorders.
As the CSD undergraduate advisor I am committed to providing guidance to our students as they move through our program and to help them maximize their educational and extracurricular opportunities at UNH. Currently I serve as the faculty advisor for the UNH Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA).
AUD, Arizona School of Health Sciences
M.A., Audiology and Hearing Sciences, George Washington University
B.A., Communication Disorders, George Washington University