Hearing Instrument Specialist
I first started with Hearing Health Center in 1995 as a receptionist. At that time, I was able to first experience being part of a team that was helping people hear better.
I rejoined the Hearing Health Center team in 2009 as an Oto-Tech. In 2014, I moved to the marketing side as well. Getting the word out about how we can help people is very important to us. It is awesome to see people’s faces after helping them hear and understand better. It is a pleasure to help people recapture lost sounds and improve communication with family and friends.
I graduated in December 2020 from Volunteer State College with a Business Management AAS Degree with the highest honors and received my hearing specialist license in 2021. I enjoy meeting new people and helping them hear better on a daily basis. I now have much more hands-on experience with bringing our patients hearing back into focus.
Outside of work, I have four wonderful children and three sweet grandbabies. I also enjoy going to church fellowship, and being with my family. I look forward to meeting you!