Rachel A. Magann Faivre, Au.D., COHC

Ram Nileshwar, Au.D.
Director- at- Large (two positions open)
Rachel Magann Faivre, Au.D.
Jonette Owen, Au.D.
Timothy C. Steele, Ph.D.

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Adult Clinic Director
Hearts for Hearing (Non-Profit Clinic)
Oklahoma City, OK

Candidate: Director-At-Large

Doctor of Audiology, Northern Illinois University, 2014
Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University of Oklahoma, 2007

Professional Activities/Honors
  • Adult Clinic Director, Hearts for Hearing, Oklahoma, 2014-Present
  • Audiology Externship Program, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, 2013-2014
  • ADA Student Business Plan Competition Winner, 2013
  • ADA Student Advocacy Chair, 2013-2014
  • ADA Advocacy Committee and 18 x 18 Supporter
  • AAA Student Advocacy Committee, 2012
  • SAA Advocacy Chair, Northern Illinois University, 2010-2013
  • Best Audiologist, The Oklahoman Reader’s Choice Winner, 2015, 2016
  • Hearing Loop Research Presentation, International Hearing Loop Conference, England, 2013
  • Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist, CAOHC, 2012-Present
  • ADA Student Member Mentor, 2015-Present
  • Audigy Group Student Business and Leadership Program, 2014
  • Fellow, Academy of Doctors of Audiology, 2014-Present
  • Fellow, American Academy of Audiology, 2014-Present
Position Statement
I have been actively involved with ADA my entire student and professional career and have been continually impressed by the members’ passion, leadership, and the initiatives and projects they tackle. I have a passion for being active in audiology organizations, particularly concerning advocacy efforts, patients’ rights issues, and teaching student leadership. Working as a team to collaborate on national audiology issues is the only way to make meaningful change within our profession and of importance, I will continue to work on passing the Audiology Patient Choice Act to ensure the autonomous future of audiology.

I have been incredibly supported by many mentors within the audiology profession and truly enjoy working as a team and helping other fellow audiologists and students achieve goals and stay informed on current issues. Serving on the ADA board provides an opportunity to give back to an organization that has helped shaped me professionally. I will work to build autonomy, grow our profession, and thrive in our changing healthcare market.