Lisa Taniguchi, Au.D., CCC-A received her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Nova Southeastern University. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at the UH Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine and Clinic Coordinator at the University of Hawaii Speech and Hearing Clinic (UHSHC). As a proud alumnus of the program, she returned to Hawaii in March of 2017 and is focused on expanding audiological services at UHSHC. She has worked as an Audiologist in an outpatient clinic and private practice with a focus on adult and geriatric care. Her areas of specialty include audiological and vestibular diagnosis, amplification (hearing aids), tinnitus, and aural rehabilitation. Aside from teaching, she has a passion for community outreach in providing hearing screenings and spreading awareness of hearing healthcare.