Board of Directors:
Douglas L. Beck Au.D. earned his master's degree in audiology in 1984 from the State University of New York at Buffalo. His doctorate is also in audiology, from the University of Florida at Gainesville, in 2000.
From 1999 through 2005, Dr. Beck was the Editor-In-Chief of www.audiologyonline.com, www.healthyhearing.com and www.speechpathology.com.
Douglas L. Beck Au.D. is the Director of Professional Relations at Oticon. In that capacity,
he works on issues related to the Internet, websites, e-communication, online professional and consumer education, pediatric assessment, fitting and evidence-based outcomes. He also manages Oticon's University Graduate Education and the Oticon University Summer Program, in tandem with other assignments.
Dr. Beck has authored and edited thousands of articles and interviews addressing hearing, hearing loss, hearing aids, cochlear implants, intraoperative monitoring, electrophysiology, communication disorders, speech and language problems and related topics.
Dr. Beck is a highly sought-after lecturer and author. He was appointed to the Board of Directors of H.E.A.R. in 2003.
John Doyle, ESQ. is Secretary of the H.E.A.R. Board
of Directors. Hearing Impaired since birth, he is an attorney
specializing in appellate and civil rights litigation. His
involvement with H.E.A.R. is only one example of the many
ways he works with disadvantaged groups.
Dr. Jerome Goldstein
is the Senior Executive Vice President Emeritus of The American
Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery and a Board
of Director of the Deafness Research Foundation, SHHH and
Sertoma. He is based in Florida.
gordon, md, is a primary care physician living in San
Franicisco. He's now in private practice in Greenbrae, California,
and founded Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers (H.E.A.R.)
along with Kathy Peck. For more information, or to contact
flash, see flashgordonmd.com.
Mont Stong, Au.D , is an technical audiology advisor. Mont has volunteered
his audiology services since the formation of H.E.A.R.'s Clinic
Program in 1989.
Kathy Peck, H.E.A.R.'s Co-Founder
and Executive Director is a Bay Area Musician and Singer/Songwriter
who suffers from hearing loss and tinnitus aggravated by exposure
to loud volume. This has given her the determination to create
and manage the efforts of H.E.A.R. to help others at risk
to hearing loss. Kathy successfully helped win the first victory
for the The American with Disabilities Act in Peck vs UA Theaters
resulting in the introduction of wheel chair access and hearing
listening device for people with disabilities in its California
Kathy Peck, Executive Director
H.E.A.R.'s Head of Security and Official Greeter.
Choo Choo Speaks Out on Hearing Loss video
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