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Kristin Roush

Kristin in a black blouse, smiling

Kristin received her doctorate in audiology from James Madison University in 2004.  She was a clinical educator at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C where she supervised graduate students in the provision of audiological services, taught advanced hearing aid topics, supported clinical research, and coordinated externships. In 2015, she came to the University of Virginia School of Education and Human Development as clinical faculty where her primary area of focus included adult and pediatric diagnostic services within the clinic and teaching of Introduction to Audiology and Introduction to Aural (Re)Habilitation courses. She became the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Coordinator here at SDAC in January 2021 and she hopes to broaden access for those with low hearing and collaborate and educate about disability as it relates to hearing in the context of diversity at the University.  She and her family love all things sports related and are big UVa and West Virginia University fans.  Her kids keep her busy, but she would not want it any other way.