Dr Judy Huch has worked in audiology since 1991 and is striving to be the mentor she did not have as she grew in her career to help emerging audiologists find their voice and passion. Teaching, writing, Give Back, diagnostic testing and Mentorship are her passions to move the needle forward in her beloved profession, audiology.
She graduated from University of Wyoming in 1991, Central Missouri State University in 1993 and her Doctorate from AT Still University in 2008. She continues to be published in Texbooks, Audiology Trade Journals and in National Press through OpEd submissions.
Our non-profits of Grace Hearing Center (local to Arizona) and Hearing The Call (global humanitarian work) ensures those who are under-served and under-insured receive excellent hearing healthcare and opportunities that are difficult to obtain.
She was appointed and served two terms for the Governor of Arizona for the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, AZ lead for The Audiology Project (bringing Diabetes educators, physicians and other Allied Healthcare providers together to increase the awareness of hearing loss associated with chronic diseases.
She has served as a Board Member for Tucson Fire Department Memorial Committee, Arizona Audiology Coalition, Public Awareness Chair for American Academy of Audiology, Steering Committee for Audiology Advocacy member for Academy of Doctors of Audiology, Awarded National Academy of Practitioners and Board Member for Entheos Audiology Cooperative.
Dr Huch was also awarded a fellowship with the OpEd Project in 2017 and Humanitarian of the Year from AT Still University Alumni in 2019, Woman of Influence for Community Service in Tucson and Woman of Impact of Southern AZ both in 2019, Grace Hearing Center non-profit of the Year in 2021 with Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce and BBB Torch Award for Ethics for small non-profit in 2022.