Dr. Ingrid McBride is a Clinical Professor at Arizona State University and the Director of Audiology at the ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic. She earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Arizona State University and her Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Florida. In her role at the university, Dr. McBride teaches introductory and advanced courses in hearing aid amplification and diagnostic audiology and oversees the operation of the Audiology Clinic. Dr. McBride provides clinical supervision of Doctor of Audiology students with clinical duties involving adult and pediatric assessment, hearing aid and hearing assistive technology fitting and follow-up, and group audiologic rehabilitation for hearing aid and cochlear implant recipients. Dr. McBride is the founder of Hearing for Humanity a program through ASU that provides audiologic and rehabilitative care in Malawi Africa for 5 weeks every June. She also developed the ASU Living WELL with Hearing Loss 7-week audiologic rehabilitation group that has been offered five times per year since 2004 and the Naomi Craig Auditory Rehabilitation Center that offers hands-on demonstration of hearing assistive technology. The ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic is a state-of-the-art facility that offers evidence-based hearing care.