I have been helping people with their hearing for more than 11 years. I started my hearing journey working as an Audiology Assistant in a busy Ear, Nose and Throat office. I witnessed firsthand how I could enrich the lives of individuals and I found my passion. I decided to push further to learn. I received training from two audiologists while I pursued and obtained my Missouri Hearing Instrument Specialist license. The joy I receive from enriching the lives of my patients is so rewarding that my career is a privilege and overwhelming pleasure, not a job! I'm always looking for ways to improve on past techniques, standards, and technology. I enjoy taking the time to really get to know my patients, their hobbies, and how I can help them get the most out of their hearing wellness journey.
I thoroughly enjoy helping others and I extend that into the community, assisting senior centers, nursing staff, and other community groups in education on hearing aid maintenance, technology and other aspects of hearing health. This profession has allowed me to use my nurturing nature and gives me great satisfaction.