Stephanie Levine, MA
Educational Audiologist, NewYork City Department of Education
Stephanie Levine has been an Educational Audiologist for the past 18 years. Through her work she supports students who are deaf and hard of hearing in their academic setting. Additionally, she educates teachers and administrators on the necessary accommodations to allow her students access in the classroom.
She is also the coordinator of the professional development programs for the city educational audiologists. Stephanie liaisons with university and clinical institutions to improve the resources for her students. Prior to her time at the DOE, she was a clinical audiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital where she worked with Dr. Simon Parisier. It was through her work with Dr. Parisier that she began her role as a volunteer withThe Children’s Hearing Institute.
Ms. Levine is an instructor at Teacher’s College, Columbia University ‘s graduate program where she teaches educational audiology to graduate students who are studying to become teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing.
Ms. Levine is currently pursuing an Au.D degree at A.T.Still University. She attended the State University of New York at Buffalo where she obtained her B.A in Speech and Hearing Science and M.A. in Audiology. At the University of Buffalo, she performed scientific research and published, The effect of the level of impact noise on hearing loss in the chinchilla in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
She currently lives in Cranford, New Jersey with her husband and two sons.