Dr. Natalie Phillips is an Audiologist with Advanced Otolaryngology and Audiology in Fort Collins, Colorado. She is board certified in Audiology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Dr. Phillips recently finished serving on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Academy of Audiology and is involved in various committees of the American Academy of Audiology. She is a founding sister of Women Unite, a group of women who’s mission is to inspire, ignite, and assist other women achieve their potential in today’s professional setting. Dr. Phillips serves as a Global Ambassador for Empowering a Billion Women by 2020, an initiative led by Ingrid Vanderveldt, who works with the Presidents, CEOs, and VPs of Global 1000 companies to bridge their companies into the emerging business community worldwide.
Dr. Phillips has experience developing early hearing detection programs for newborn infants in various hospitals throughout the state of Texas. Her work then took her to Southern California, where she collaborated with a neurotologist, taking over the practice of Dr. William House, a renowned otolaryngologist who developed the first cochlear implant. She has participated in research within the field of audiology, including cochlear implants, tinnitus devices and a fully implantable hearing system. Dr. Phillips is particularly interested in tinnitus and has been providing therapy options to patients for the past thirteen years. She serves as a tinnitus practice mentor and consultant for members of AuDConnex.
She has presented various topics at professional conferences to include the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, American Academy of Audiology, Association of Otolaryngology Administrators Pacific Regional Educational Conference, Statewide Conference on Education of the Deaf, National Symposium on Hearing in Infants, and other local seminars. Dr. Phillips has also lectured in graduate and doctoral courses of study at California State Los Angeles and the University of Washington.
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