Barry Freeman

Adjunct Instructor

Barry A. Freeman is president of Audiology Consultants, Inc. Previously, Dr. Freeman was senior director of audiology and education for Starkey, Inc. Prior to spending four years at Starkey, Dr. Freeman was founding chair and professor of audiology at Nova Southeastern University from 1997-2008. Dr. Freeman joined NSU to start one of the first Doctor of Audiology programs in the U.S. and Europe after he sold his own private practice, The Center for Audiology, in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Dr. Freeman earned his bachelor's degree in business and economics from Boston University and completed his doctorate in hearing and speech science from Michigan State University. He has taught audiology on the faculties of Syracuse, Vanderbilt, and Nova Southeastern University and maintains adjunct professorships at Lamar University, University of South Florida and Nova Southeastern.

Dr. Freeman was president of the American Academy of Audiology in 1996-97 and served on the academy's board of directors for six years. He continues to serve on professional committees and is a member of the advisory board of the Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE). He received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the American Academy in 2006.


SPHS 6381   Practice Management