Caring for Connecticut's
Hearing & Balance

Opportunities within the CT Academy

WE Need You!

Support your Academy and lend some of your time and talents.

Website: If you like to write, we can use your talents to help put content on the website. No web design skills are necessary! How about writing an article for our patient education page? Find some useful links for our links page. Any help with filling our site with useful information would be a great help. Contact our webmistress Annette Burton, she would love to hear from you.

Academy Public Relations Committee: The public relations committee charge is to help promote the profession of audiology and disseminate information about hearing loss in Connecticut. If PR and advertising is your passion this committee is for you. ContactThomas Hinchey

Nominations Committee: Assist in recruiting new CTAA board officers as terms expire.  Including:  selection of candidates, certification of candidates, mailing bios/ballots to voting members, tallying votes and announcing new board officer(s). ContactCynthia McDuffee

Scholarship Committee:  Contact Stephanie Bakewell

Membership Committee:  Assist in developing and implementing imaginative ideas to recruit and hold new members. Our goal is 100% membership of all 240 Connecticut licensed audiologists creating an awesome local network of state audiologists whose professional voice will be heard on Hartford’s Capital Hill and by health care policy makers! Members provide not only grassroots advocacy and education for audiologists but also support the patients and communities we serve. Contact Jamie Moratto or Rhoda Nayor

Annual Spring Conference Program Committee:  Assist in planning and development of annual “Connected in Connecticut” Conference (held in early June). Contact Megan Blanchette


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