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Kylie Over the past two years, Kylie has managed to expand her audiology practice, and her expertise and talents, to meet a growing demand of patients with hearing loss. She recently added three offices, and reports that her business, in the Greenville, Celina, and Eaton, Ohio area, is thriving and doing great. Although she works mainly with the geriatric population, she now offers her services to pediatric patients. Kylie and her husband, Kyle, are proud to announce the arrival of their daughter, Zoe, who was born in November 2017. While working at the office takes a lot of her time, she is spending all hours outside of the working day with her daughter.

Kylie graduated with her doctorate from Ball State University in Audiology. She finds audiology a very rewarding career on many different levels, and received awards from Ball State University and ISHA (Indiana Speech and Hearing Association) recognizing her as an outstanding student clinician.

In 2012 Kylie graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor's degree, Cum Laude, majoring in Speech and Hearing Science. She completed her first year successfully while working part time as a graduate assistant for the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. The next year, she worked with a variety of hearing patients in the clinic. Despite her hearing loss, she is able to connect both physically and emotionally with many patients, and because of that, believes she has a bright future.

Kylie, from rural Ohio, was mainstreamed, and graduated at the top of her class at Ansonia High School with a 3.96 GPA. Her letters of recommendation attest to her outstanding achievements. She was involved in multiple activities. These included student council (where she was president her senior year), Future Farmers of America (where she was also elected president), National Honor Society, and Homecoming Chairperson. She also played varsity softball and volleyball.