Our Professional Staff
Peter Marincovich, Ph.D., CCC-A
Owner, Director of Audiology Services
Daniel S. Park, Au.D.
Daniel S. Park has earned his Doctorate of Audiology from the Universityof audiology from the University of North Texas. He obtained his Bachelor of Science from the University of North Texas in interdisciplinary studies with a focus on middle school science education. Daniel taught at the middle school and elementary school level for three years. It was time spent in the classroom where he had first-hand experience in how amplification and hearing aid technologies can help students achieve their full potential. To continue his passion for helping others, he applied and was accepted to his alma mater’s audiology doctorate program in 2014. While fulfilling coursework, Daniel successfully completed clinical rotations in a variety of practicum sites around the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. In addition to several rotations at private practices, he performed diagnostic evaluations at a children’s hospital in Plano, fit advanced hearing aids at a Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic, and worked side by side with an industrial audiologist at Lockheed Martin. During his time at the university he also performed research observing the effects of ototoxic “ear poison” medication on hair cells in zebrafish models under Dr. Ernest Moore. While completing coursework, Daniel was also awarded the position of hearing aid technician at the University of North Texas audiology clinic. From this position Daniel gained valuable insight into administrative functions of the clinic while serving students, professors, and patients. Aside from clinical work, Daniel was the treasurer for the university’s chapter of the Student Academy of Audiology and has volunteered his time to the Texas Academy of Audiology. Professionally, Daniel is interested in both the private practice and medical aspects of audiology. Through gaining experience in these aspects under Dr. Marincovich and his team at Audiology Associates, Daniel aspires to grow clinically and professionally to better serve individuals with hearing, balance, and communication needs. Daniel continues his passion for education and helping others by teaching Judo alongside his shihan, or master instructor, of over 15 years. He holds a second degree black belt in Judo and strives for balance of mind, body, and spirit.
Lisa Dehner, CCMA-AC
Hearing Loss Support Specialist, Hearing Aid Dispenser
Patient Care Coordinator, Hearing Loss Support Specialist, Hearing Aid Dispenser
Jessica Aguinaldo Cimolino, COHC
Practice Coordinator, Hearing Loss Support Specialist, Hearing Aid Dispenser
Colette Vossler-Welch, Au.D.
Colette Vossler-Welch receiver her doctorate in Audiology from the City University of New York, the Graduate Center in June 2019 and has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah, online in Communication Disorders and Deaf Education. While pursuing her bachelors, Colette was awarded “Excellence in Research” for a study she designed to help veterans obtain the quality care they deserve. Growing up with hearing loss and identifying as a Deaf individual, Colette is uniquely qualified to help others who know what it is like to feel embarrassed because they missed the punchline or angry because the world relies so much more on hearing than many realize. She grew up using both voice and American Sign-Language (ASL) to make sense of the world around her. As someone identifying as “Deaf”, she is passionate about providing the best care to everyone regardless of communication style. Prior to completing her doctorate, Colette spent four years working as an Audiology Assistant in Oregon, where in this position she was also a part of a consumer test group reporting on quality, style, reliability and power of current hearing aid technology. Before graduate school, she also worked closely with a speech pathologist teaching speech, language and academic skills to children who needed the extra help. During her graduate level internships, she performed diagnostic evaluations at the Veterans Administration in the Bronx, New York and at Coler Specialty Hospital, where she was working with severely cognitively-challenged individuals. Her final year was completed with Dr. Marincovich and his team. She was drawn to this practice because of the opportunity to work with advanced technology and commitment to their unwavering focus on “medical audiology”, which includes advanced balance testing and electrophysiology measures.
Victoria Been, B.S., Au. D. Extern
Victoria (Tori) Beene earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from University of Nevada, Reno, is a licensed hearing aid dispenser in the state of California and will soon earn her audiology doctoral degree from University of the Pacific. She has experience working with people across the lifespan with a broad range of communication difficulties and has a passion for improving their quality of life. Her professional areas of interest include patient education, hearing preservation, tinnitus assessment and management, and balance assessment.
Mona Atashigolestan, B.S., Au. D. Extern
Mona Atashigolestan is an Iranian American who is getting her doctorate in audiology from university of the pacific in San Francisco. She spent her early childhood in Japan and then received her undergrad in Iran. She earned a bachelor’s degree in marine biology from the national university of Iran, Shahid Beheshti University. She has a great passion for animals and in 2014 she started East Bay Dog Walkers, which is a successful business based in Walnut Creek. In her free time, She enjoys training dogs and travel to new places.
Santa Rosa Support Staff:
- Glenna Dehner
- Claudia Rincon
- Joann Borner
- Margaret Fitzgibbon
- James Curtis
Mendocino Support Staff:
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