“If you’re missing out on the sounds of the world around you, you’re missing out on life. That’s why I entered this profession, and why I work so hard to help you benefit from the latest advances. Everyone should be able to hear the world clearly”.
“My education didn’t stop when I received my master’s degree. I love what I do, and I’m always looking for new ways to solve problems. I really have a passion for increasing my knowledge of hearing technology and techniques…and for using that knowledge to help you.”
- Master of Clinical Sciences, University of Western Ontario
- Honour Bachelor of Sciences, University of Western Ontario
- Control Systems Technologists, Fanshawe College
- Advanced professional study, including: infant hearing assessment and issues in amplification
- ENG administration and interpretation
- ABR administration and interpretation
Sharing knowledge with colleagues
“It really is a continuing theme for me: learn, learn, learn. That’s one of the reason I belong to professional organizations. I can exchange ideas and discuss the latest breakthroughs with some of the most experienced audiologists and hearing experts in the country. You benefit from this every time I see you”.
- Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
- Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
- College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
- Canadian Academy of Audiology
- Americian Academy of Audiology
- Post University Lecturer
- Medical Student Clinical Instructor
Helping design hearing aids for the 21st century – and beyond!
“I have a passion for helping others hear their best, even if they are not my patients. As a consultant to hearing aid manufacturers, I’m able to apply my expertise and experience to creating the hearing aids of tomorrow”.
- Consultant: Leading hearing aid manufacturers
- Electroacoustic Research with Northern Telecom