FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY — The Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) has announced the election results for the organization’s Board of Directors.
Dawn Heiman, Au.D. has been elected to serve as ADA’s president-elect for the 2022 program year. Dr. Heiman is the founder of Advanced Audiology Consultants, LLC, a private practice in Woodridge, Illinois. She is also the visionary and president of EntreAudiology, which offers peer-to-peer learning and training programs for patients and caregivers. She holds a Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from George Osborne School of Audiology at Salus University.
Dr. Heiman currently serves on the ADA Board as a director-at-large.
Amyn Amlani, Ph.D., has been elected to serve as a director-at-large on the ADA Board of Directors. Dr. Amlani is president of Otolithic, LLC, a consulting firm that provides competitive market analysis and support strategy, economic and financial assessments, segment targeting strategies and tactics, professional development, and consumer insights. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Audiology/Psychoacoustics from Michigan State University.
Liz Rogers, Au.D., has been elected to serve as a director-at-large on the ADA Board of Directors. She is the owner of Southeast Kentucky Audiology, a private practice in Corbin, KY focused on being full scope and providing best practices to a rural community. Dr. Rogers is the past treasurer and past president of the Kentucky Academy of Audiology (KAA), a past board member of EarVenture, and currently sits on a Community Action Board researching intervention methods for children with hearing loss. She holds a Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from Indiana University-Bloomington.
Dr. Heiman, Dr. Amlani, and Dr. Rogers will begin their terms on January 1, 2022. Continuing in service on the ADA Board of Directors will be Dr. Victor Bray (Immediate Past President) and Dr. Kristin Davis (President), along with Dr. Jason Leyendecker, and Dr. Stephanie Sjoblad.
Ending their terms on the ADA Board of Directors are Dr. Debbie Abel, Dr. Audra Branham, and Dr. Tim Steele.