Dr. Natalie Phillips Au.D. joins host Alan Eisenberg for a discussion about bullying and other issues in the hearing impaired community and what we can do about them. Dr. Phillips officially joined EarQ as its Director of Audiology in December 2015. While continuing to practice at Advanced Otolaryngology and Audiology in Fort Collins, Colorado, Natalie offers her clinical and professional expertise to EarQ’s educational content development and serves as a leading voice to today’s consumers and patients.
Dr. Phillips has served on the board of directors for the Colorado Academy of Audiology and on various convention committees for the American Academy of Audiology as well as the Support Personnel Task Force. She has experience developing early hearing detection programs in various hospitals throughout the state of Texas and 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 fifteen years.
She is a founding sister of Women Unite, a group of women whose mission is to inspire, ignite, and assist other women achieve their potential in today’s professional setting. Dr. Phillips is currently serving as a Global Ambassador and on the Legacy Project Steering Committee for EBW2020, an initiative to empower a billion women by 2020 by providing the tools, technology, and resources to empower women as leaders and successful entrepreneurs.
A prestigious nationwide network of independent hearing healthcare providers, EarQ utilizes innovative business and marketing practices as well as national public awareness efforts to advocate for excellence in the industry and patient care. Through its 1,400 hearing healthcare provider locations nationwide, EarQ helps provide greater access to quality hearing healthcare services and products.