Audiologists & Hearing Care Professionals

Tami Shea, Au.D.

Tami Shea, Au.D.

Director of Audiology Services, Doctor of Audiology

UNDERGRAD: The Pennsylvania State University. 2006

GRADUATE SCHOOL: Indiana University, 2009



CLINICAL INTEREST: Adult diagnostics and hearing aids, implantable devices such as Baha and Cochlear implants

WHERE DO YOU LIVE: Washington Boro

WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: Most of my time is spent with my daughter and husband. We enjoy taking our dog, Riley, on walks most weekends. Outside of my family, I enjoy running, hiking or traveling when possible.

FUN FACT: My favorite season is fall. I love the weather, pumpkin everything, Halloween, my birthday and of course, football! You will find my family on weekends, decked out in Penn State and Steelers attire, cheering them on!

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE AN AUD: I wanted to be in a field that was technology driven and allowed me to help people in a healthcare setting. Audiology was the perfect fit!

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR PROFESSION: I love seeing my patient’s face when they notice how much a hearing device-whether a hearing aid or implantable device- can improve their hearing. That moment when they realize how much they have been missing- that’s what I love most about being an Audiologist.

Ellie Blackburn, Au.D., PASC

Ellie Blackburn, Au.D., PASC

Doctor of Audiology

UNDERGRAD: THE Ohio State University, B.A. Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2009

GRADUATE SCHOOL: Salus University, Doctor of Audiology, 2015

RESIDENCY/EXTERNSHIP: Eastern Virginia Medical School/Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters, Norfolk, VA

BOARD CERTIFICATION: Pediatric Audiology Specialty Certification



WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: Spend time with my husband and two kids.

-I met my husband through ice hockey leagues we played in.
-I am a huge Harry Potter fan and we have a dog and 2 cats with Harry Potter themed names.
-I am a huge Ohio State sports fan and was once an honorary coach for the football team in my senior year at OSU.
-I was named to the Ohio All-State Softball team my senior year in high school.

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE AN AUD, PASC: I have always loved working with kids and wanted to find a way to combine that with my love of science. I thought I would be a speech pathologist, but my “Introduction to Audiology” teacher was so enthusiastic about her work as a pediatric audiologist, and it began my path to audiology.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR PROFESSION: My favorite part about my career is getting to see my patient’s grow. They grow from small babies into talkative toddlers, and other times from shy fifth graders to confident teenagers. I love that I get to watch them learn and I get to be a part of their development.

Jessica Jackson, Au.D.

Jessica Jackson, Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology

UNDERGRAD: UMass Amherst, 2009, B.S. in Communication Disorders

GRADUATE SCHOOL: Bloomsburg University, 2015


CLINICAL INTEREST: I specialize in adult diagnostics and hearing aids. I also see some of our newborns for hearing screenings.


WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: I enjoy traveling with my husband, trying new foods, spending time with my extended family, and playing with my two large dogs. 

FUN FACT: I studied abroad and lived in Spain for 5 months in 2007.

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE AN AUD: My mother is the reason I’m an audiologist. I was struggling to find a path in college, and she suggested looking into the speech and hearing department. My passion for audiology and hearing health grew from there. I’m very fortunate I found a profession that I love so much.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR PROFESSION: I love seeing my patients who were timid about wearing hearing aids realize how much more engaged they can be in their lives when they are able to hear more easily. Their stories about being able to listen to their family members and friends or excelling in their profession because communication has become less challenging always make me smile.

Marie Yunqué, Au.D.

Arys Marie Yunqué (Marie), Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology

UNDERGRAD: University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus 2012, Special Education

GRADUATE SCHOOL: University of Puerto Rico Medical Science Campus, 2016

RESIDENCY/EXTERNSHIP: Audiólogos Asociados in Caguas, PR, 2015-2016


CLINICAL INTEREST: Pediatrics and adult diagnostics, hearing aids, and Auditory Brainstem Response testing

WHERE DO YOU LIVE: Live with my husband near Philadelphia, PA

WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: Enjoy cooking, baking, and spending time in the outdoors with my husband and goldendoodle, Pippin.

FUN FACT: I have an identical twin.

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE AN AUD: My undergraduate studies in special education gave me the opportunity to interact with many deaf and hard of hearing children and the idea of being able to help them hear better drew me to the profession. 


I love seeing the progression of my patients, especially my pediatric population. It is amazing to hear the positive impact your professional intervention has on their life and those around them.

Amanda Arnold, Au.D.

Amanda Arnold, Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology

UNDERGRAD: Bloomsburg University, 2014Major in Speech Pathology and Audiology with a Minor in Psychology (Go Huskies!)

GRADUATE SCHOOL: Doctor of Audiology from Bloomsburg University, 2018

RESIDENCY/EXTERNSHIP: Resident of The ENT Center from 2017-2018

CLINICAL INTEREST: I enjoy seeing all age groups for diagnostic testing. My clinical specialties include Cochlear Implants, Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA’s) and adult hearing aids.


WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: I love to read, ride bike on local rail trails in my community, cook or try new delicious foods, and travel.

FUN FACT: I AM BATMAN!! (But really – I once made a handbag collection out of duct tape for an art show and it won an award OR my favorite animal is an Alpaca and I hope to own Alpaca’s someday)

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE AN AUD: When I started college, I initially set out to become a speech pathologist because I had a speech disorder as a child and my speech pathologist made such a positive impact on my life. I knew I wanted to help people, and as I started taking more courses in college I learned about audiology. I fell in love with the profession. There are few things more rewarding to me than helping a patient improve their quality of life through better hearing. I honestly could not imagine doing anything else.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR PROFESSION: My favorite part about my job is seeing a patient who lives in a silent world due to hearing loss experience sound again.

Taylor Parker, Au.D.

Taylor Parker, Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology

UNDERGRAD: Millersville University, 2017 Biology

GRADUATE SCHOOL: Bloomsburg University, 2021 Doctorate in Audiology



CLINICAL INTEREST: Hearing aids and cochlear implants


WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: I love to spoil my dog, Willy, by taking him on hikes or to the dog park. I also like to stay active and play in field hockey recreation leagues.

FUN FACT: I was diagnosed with hearing loss in 1st grade and have been wearing hearing aids ever since. I also got a red card in my collegiate field hockey game for not hearing the referee blow the whistle.

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE AN AUD: I became an audiologist because after visiting my audiologist as a child throughout the years, I saw the difference it can make for some one to hear again.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR PROFESSION: My favorite part of my profession is being able to let people know that they are not alone through their hearing journey and how I can relate and make the patient feel as comfortable as possible when dealing with new hearing devices.

Cindy Lipman, H.I.S

Cindy Lipman, H.I.S.

Hearing Instrument Specialist

UNDERGRAD: Penn State Harrisburg Area Community College

RESIDENCY/EXTERNSHIP: Advanced Tech Hearing Solutions 1998

BOARD CERTIFICATION: Hearing Instrument Specialist, 1999

CLINICAL INTEREST: Adult and geriatric hearing aids


WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK: I love to hike and spend time with my grandkids at our mountain home.

FUN FACT: I am an avid explorer! I try to find caves or lighthouses everywhere I go.

WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE A HIS: When my dad started seeking treatment for his hearing loss, we were exposed to places that were not ethically sound. This motivated me to want to help him, as well as, others who struggle with hearing loss, and it brought me to where I am today!

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR PROFESSION: My patients are like my family! I genuinely love them for who they are. Being a Hearing Instrument Specialist allows me to build relationships that last a lifetime, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

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