Ann Burre, MA, F-AAA
Ann Burre has been a practicing audiologist for over 25 years in a variety of settings. She graduated with a Masters degree in Communications Disorders from California State University Northridge. Ann has been with our teams at Hearing Services of Santa Barbara and ENT Associates of Santa Barbara since 1999.
Ann is a member of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) and she holds a California State Dispensing Audiologist’s license.
Sarah Beatty, Au.D.
Sarah Beatty Au.D. holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Washington State University. Following completing her undergraduate degree, she relocated to the southwest to complete her Doctor of Audiology at the University of Arizona.
Dr. Beatty completed her externship year at House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles, where she had the opportunity to provide diverse services in the areas of diagnostics, hearing aids, bone conduction devices, and cochlear implants. Her areas of interest include aural rehabilitation, amplification, and humanitarian audiology.
Amber Fletcher, Au.D.
After earning her bachelor’s degree and completing a post bachelor’s speech-language pathology prep program, Amber Fletcher earned her clinical Doctorate in Audiology (AuD) from the University of the Pacific. She completed her externship year here at Hearing Services of Santa Barbara and continues to practice as a full-time audiologist for HSSB and ENT Associates of Santa Barbara. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and enjoys working with patients in different areas of audiology including diagnostics, treatment and counseling. She plans to continue to provide hearing healthcare expertise to new and existing patients.
Mary Zhou, Student Doctor of Audiology
Mary Zhou received her bachelor’s degree in hearing and speech science with a second major in psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate in the Clinical Audiology program at the University of Maryland, College Park, pursuing her Au.D. Mary has conducted electrophysiologic research studying the effects of hearing aid delay time on the brain’s ability to encode speech, bringing her passion for clinical audiology into her studies. She also has extensive experience working as a newborn hearing technician in the Mother-Baby Unit, Labor and Delivery Unit, as well as the NICU. Mary is looking forward to exploring the west coast while working with Hearing Services of Santa Barbara for her year-long externship.