Dr. Susan Antonellis is the Director of the Center for Hearing Health. In the past, she served as the Clinical Coordinator of Audiology/Adjunct Assistant Professor at St. John’s University, part of the LI AUD consortium with Hofstra and Adelphi Universities. She holds a NYS license in Audiology, ASHA certification, and is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and is a licensed NYS dispenser of hearing aids. She is also a certified EI evaluator. She recently authored Chapter 9 –Aural Rehabilitation and Habilitation in the book Goal Writing for the Speech-Language Pathologist and Special Educator. She also co-authored the chapter “Considerations and Implications of Children with Hearing Loss in the textbook, Language and Communication Disorders in Children, now in its 6th edition. Her passion is aural rehabilitation and counseling families who are dealing with hearing difficulties. She has been a clinical evaluator for over 30 years and has taught and supervised graduate students in the university speech and hearing center and still in their outside placements. She is currently the President of the Board of Regional Association Presidents of NY, a Past President of the Long Island Speech Language Hearing Association (LISHA) and currently the Director of Communications of LISHA. She also serves on the Family Advisory Committee for the NY Start Program.