Dr. Brittany Mathisen
Dr. Brittany Mathisen graduated with both her bachelor’s degree in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology and a doctorate in Audiology from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. She completed her externship at Denver Health Medical Center. She spent six years in Fairbanks, Alaska working at an Ear, Nose, and Throat clinic performing a variety of diagnostic examinations including cochlear implant qualifications, infant/adult auditory brainstem responses, and examination/fitting of hearing aids for all ages, infants to adults. She has since moved back to her home state of Colorado and is the owner of The Hearing Place. Dr. Mathisen’s passion is to help each person hear to their best abilities and have successful communication with loved ones. In her free time, Dr. Mathisen enjoys camping and skiing with her two sons and husband. She is very excited to be back in Northern Colorado to watch the Bronco sunsets over Longs Peak.
Margot Steffenhagen joined the team in the summer of 2015. Margot graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Communication Disorders in 1991 from the University of Oklahoma. She received her Masters of Science in Audiology in 1993 from Idaho State University and earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) in 1994 and has been in good standing from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association since that time. Margot is a licensed Audiologist for the State of Colorado and has helped thousands of people hear better in her 26 years as an Audiologist.
Katie Cox is a 2014 graduate of the University of Northern Colorado with a Doctorate degree in Audiology. She has an educational emphasis on working with geriatric patients and has served as a committee member on the Discover EAR Zone, which educates children on noise-induced hearing loss and healthy hearing habits. Katie is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and has been licensed as an audiologist in the state of Colorado to practice. She is excited to have joined The Hearing Place and hopes to have a positive impact on her home state communities.
Ashley Stumpf is a clinical audiologist who received her doctorate in audiology from the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) in 2019. Ashley is from Fleming Colorado and is excited to serve the communities she grew up in. Ashley is passionate about providing best-practice hearing healthcare to people in Northeast Colorado in relation to hearing loss, tinnitus, and hearing loss prevention. Ashley has spent time interning at a neuro-otology practice in the Denver metro area working alongside physicians treating all different balance and ear disorders and diseases. During her time there, she was able to work extensively programming hearing aids and cochlear implants. Additionally, Ashley has helped develop a hearing conservation program in a Guatemalan sugar mill where gathered data is being used to complete a journal publication that she is the lead author on. Ashley has also completed research on the utilization of new hearing testing equipment’s use in out-patient cancer treatment centers in order to better serve patients being treated with chemotherapeutics that are known to cause hearing loss. Ashley currently lives in Wiggins Colorado with her husband and son, where they enjoy supporting the local sports teams and spending time with their large families on weekends.
Carol Davis, a Colorado native, is our Office Manager and has been with The Hearing Place for over 17 years taking care of everything from scheduling, various administrative tasks, servicing patients hearing instruments, and answering many questions that our patients have about hearing aid maintenance and insurance.