Lori has extensive experience in both private practice and public health settings. She hails from Saskatchewan and worked as a Biologist throughout western Canada before entering the field of Audiology. She was awarded National Sciences and Research Engineering Council of Canada funding in 2007 while earning her Master’s degree from the University of British Columbia.
Lori enjoys the challenges and rewards of fitting patients with hearing aids and following up with their evolving needs. Her sense of humour and innate ability to connect with patients provides a positive experience for patients and family members alike.
When not at work, Lori spends her time skating, biking, hiking, gardening, playing piano, and chasing after her busy twin girls.