Rebekah Cunningham, PhD
Rebekah Cunningham, PhD, is the director of the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program at the Indiana State Department of Health Department of Genomics and Newborn Screening. She was formerly at Cardon Children's Medical Center Department of Audiology in Mesa, AZ, where she performed comprehensive evaluations and provided rehabilitation to infants and young children. She was an associate professor in the Department of Audiology at A.T. Still University, the Arizona School of Health Sciences for twelve years. Her passion has always been pediatric-focused, whether teaching/mentoring audiology students, providing services, or overseeing programs responsible for ensuring timely and appropriate newborn hearing screenings and follow up. She has served for 20 plus years on committees and task forces for local and national audiology organizations. Dr. Cunningham has taught, presented, and published, for over 15 years, on the topics of assessment and management of children with hearing loss and/or auditory processing difficulties.