Teacher of the Deaf
M.S. Deaf Education, Washington University in St. Louis
B.A. Communication Disorders, Truman State University
Audrey joined the Desert Voices team in 2019. Born in Glendale, AZ but raised outside of St. Louis, MO, Audrey has loved getting back to her Arizona roots. In 2017, she received her Master of Science in Deaf Education from Washington University in St. Louis. Upon graduation, Audrey worked in the public school system outside of Kansas City, MO for two years. There, she gained experience working with students ranging in ages from three to fifteen.
Audrey joined the Desert Voices team as a small group teacher of the deaf in our preschool program, and is now transitioning into the position of the lead teacher in our Discovery Room. Audrey has created differentiated lessons on language, speech, auditory training, social skills, self-advocacy, and academics for children with hearing loss and will continue to teach these skills within the large group of the Discovery Room with additional emphasis on literacy, social studies, fine and gross motor skills, and play. She is so excited to be a part of the Desert Voices team and work with your children and your family on your listening and spoken language journey!
Audrey also loves spending her time taking walks, hiking, and traveling. She enjoys being with her new puppy, her husband, friends, family, and trying new restaurants. She and her husband have a lifetime goal to stop and visit every US state together—they are currently at 20 states!