“Dr. Clark will be an incredible asset to the ABA Board of Governors, and we are very excited to have such an esteemed audiologist join us as Academy liaison,” said Mindy K. Brudereck, AuD.
Reston, VA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
The American Board of Audiology® (ABA) announced today that Jackie Clark, PhD, Board Certified in Audiology®, is the new American Academy of Audiology (Academy) Board Liaison for the ABA Board of Governors, appointed by Academy President Erin L. Miller, AuD, Board Certified in Audiology.
“Our allied partnership with the ABA is mutually beneficial and with the express purpose of furthering the field of audiology,” said Miller. “Jackie will be the voice of the Academy on the ABA Board, and we are appreciative that she was willing to take on this important role.”
Along with the Academy, the ABA also aligns with the American Academy of Audiology Foundation (AAAF), the Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE), and the Student Academy of Audiology, to advance Audiology through an allied approach.
Dr. Clark, who is completing her service on the Texas Academy of Audiology Board as past-president, is a member of the Texas Academy of Audiology Board, and is a co-founder of the not-for-profit Coalition for Global Hearing Health. She is currently a Clinical Associate Professor at UT Dallas’ School of Brain and Behavioral Sciences, where she teaches and carries a clinical caseload. Dr. Clark has authored many invited peer reviewed research articles and is currently a guest co-editor of a monthly column entitled “Audiology Without Borders” for The Hearing Journal.
“Dr. Clark will be an incredible asset to the ABA Board of Governors, and we are very excited to have such an esteemed audiologist join us as Academy liaison,” said Mindy K. Brudereck, AuD, Board Certified in Audiology and chair of the ABA Board of Governors. “We look forward to her participation on our Board.”
About the American Board of Audiology® (ABA)
An autonomous credentialing organization, the ABA is dedicated to enhancing audiological services to the public by promulgating universally recognized standards in professional practice. The ABA encourages audiologists to exceed these prescribed standards, thereby promoting a high level of professional development and ethical practice.