Lynn Royer’s background is in business, but she’s always had a passion for helping people in a clinical setting and a special interest in the field of hearing science. Lynn has had a hearing loss since birth and can relate personally to the struggles of hearing loss. In 2009 Lynn became a licensed hearing instrument specialist in the state of Missouri, and in 2012 she became a national board-certified hearing instrument specialist. In 2014 she graduated with her master’s degree in educational technology and distance education. Lynn’s long-term goal includes achieving her doctorate in educational leadership.
Lynn is adjunct faculty of the Hearing Instrument Science Allied Health program at Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, MO. Her teaching career began in 2008 as an adjunct business courses instructor for Mineral Area College. Lynn has a B.S. in finance and a 15-year employment background in the financial arena. Through the experience she gained at Mineral Area College, she knew that she wanted to continue her education and work toward becoming a full-time educator and clinician, helping patients with their hearing health as well as helping students enter the field of hearing instrument science.
Lynn has been in hearing care since 2009 and most recently was employed with Unitron, a major hearing aid manufacturer, as an outside sales manager. She resides in Farmington, MO, and has two young adult children, Austin and Adrienne. In her spare time, she enjoys walking, running, traveling, and music.
Master’s degree in educational technology, Central Methodist University
B.S. in finance, B.S. in secondary education, Central Methodist University
Board-certified hearing instrument specialist