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Staff

Heather Lanier, Office Manager

Heather Lanier, Office Manager

Heather Lanier is a native of Ava, Missouri and moved to Savannah in 2004 to be closer to her family. Heather joined the staff Audiology and Hearing Aid Services in 2014 and now serves as our Office Manager. She works primarily at the Main office, but you will occasionally see her in Statesboro and Pooler. She is a mom to two kiddos, Aaron and Alexis, and loves going to the beach on her free time. 

Kayla Hale, Patient Care Coordinator

Kayla Hale, Patient Care Coordinator

Kayla Hale is a native of Savannah, Georgia. She graduated from Hershel V. Jenkins high school and is currently pursuing a nursing degree. Kayla has been with AHAS since the summer of 2016 and currently serves at the office receptionist. She enjoys working out and spending time with her family on her free time.

Lindsey, Head Audiology Technician

Lindsey, Head Audiology Technician

Lindsey Hanks is a native of Nantucket, Massachusets. She graduated Cum Laude from South University with her Bachelor of Health Sciences and is working to complete her Master of Public Health. She joined Audiology and Hearing Aid Services in the Summer of 2015 and currently serves as our Head Audiology Technician at our Landings office on Skidway Island, but you may also see her at the main office on Fridays! She is a mom to three kiddos, Haven, Ethan, and Owen, and loves relaxing at the beach on her free time! 

 

DJ McCullough, Audiology Technician

DJ McCullough, Audiology Technician

Damaris McCullough is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. Military Child who has traveled to multiple places around the world. Damaris, also known as DJ, joined the staff Audiology and Hearing Aid Services November of 2016 and currently serves as a Hearing Aid Technician. DJ travels from different offices but you would mostly see her at the main office. DJ has one sibling Tyrone McCullough Jr. who just recently graduated from CSU. DJ likes to try new hobbies on her free time.

John Sheets

John Sheets

John Sheets grew up in Jackson, MI and received an  undergraduate degree in German from Michigan State University. He also completed a post baccalaureate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Wayne State University. He plans to pursue a Doctorate degree in Audiology starting Fall 2018. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring the outdoors, and playing with his two dogs.

Hannah Bannon, AuD Student

Hannah Bannon, AuD Student

Hannah Bannon grew up in Ormond Beach, FL and received her undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Disabilities in Society at the University of Florida.  She is pursuing her Doctorate of Audiology at Auburn University and is working at AHAS as a part of her fourth year externship.   She enjoys spending time with her fiancé, dog, and cat.  

Kristin Kibbe, AuD Student

Kristin Kibbe is from northern Virginia, although she has lived in many different areas of the country. She completed her undergraduate degree from Calvin College in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She is completing her Doctor of Audiology degree at Utah State University. She joined Audiology and Hearing Aid Services in the Summer of 2017 to complete her fourth year externship. 

Hannah Olliff, AuD Summer Extern

Hannah Olliff, AuD Summer Extern

Hannah Olliff is a native of Savannah, GA. She completed her undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders at the University of Georgia. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate degree in Audiology at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. She will be interning at Audiology and Hearing Aid Services for the Summer of 2017. 

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