Jackie Clark, Ph.D.

Dr. Jackie Clark earned a B.S. from Colorado State University, a M.S. from the University of Texas at Dallas with dual emphasis in speech language pathology and audiology, and a Ph.D. in audiology from the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Clark is a long time member of the American Academy of Audiology; board certified with the American Board of Audiology; and licensed to practice audiology and dispense hearing aids in the States of Texas and Louisiana. Dr. Clark is currently a Clinical Associate Professor at University of Texas at Dallas’ School of Brain & Behavior Sciences, and has been appointed as a Research Scholar at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. When in Texas, she carries an active clinical caseload with clinical duties involving adult and pediatric diagnosis, hearing aid dispensing, and electrophysiological assessments. She has authored many peer reviewed research articles, some book chapters, and has been invited to lecture in many parts of the world.

Dr. Clark has been able to maintain an international perspective through a number of outlets which include: chair of the humanitarian audiologists at the International Society of Audiology; faculty appointment at a university in South Africa as research scholar; collaboration with the University of Pretoria in South Africa; collaboration with TongRen Hospital in Beijing, China; Managing Editor of The International Journal of Audiology; and engagements in a personal annual philanthropic program in different underserved regions in Sub-Saharan Africa, which she began in 1998 to Chicuque, Mozambique.