Amy holds her doctorate in Audiology Studies (AuD) from A.T. Still University and has an exceptional care record in audiology. Previously a clinic owner in her hometown of Squamish, British Columbia, Amy has worked closely with First Nations Communities initiating a Rural Audiology Care program. She has provided educational mentorship to several students and has given community lectures and presentations. Amy has designed courses in audiology for clients and audiologists alike. On the business side of things Amy understands the demand of a clinic owner and approaches everything she does with a high degree of empathy for the demands of that position. Amy sold her practice and followed her calling to work in a more diverse manner in the field, founding Pacific Audiology Group, a consulting firm focused on education, research and supporting audiologists and other hearing care professionals. Currently, Amy is licensed to practice audiology and fit hearing aids in British Columbia by the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia (CSHBC) and holds an advanced certificate in cerumen management.