Elizabeth Johnson, AuD, FAAA - Born and raised in the Dallas Fort Worth area, Elizabeth Johnson graduated from the University of North Texas with her Master of Science in Audiology in 1982. From there she began working for the Richardson Independent School District. She eventually returned to the Arlington area while working for an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor. Elizabeth worked as a dispensing audiologist for nine years prior to opening Audiology Associates of Arlington. In May of 2004 she successfully completed her professional doctoral degree in Audiology. Her varied work environments have given Elizabeth years of experience in both diagnostic testing and hearing aids. Her commitment to excellence is apparent whether she is working with adults or our smallest patients. In addition to running her successful practice, Elizabeth still finds time for her husband, daughter and her favorite hobby, organic gardening.
A long time resident of the Dallas Fort Worth area, Marylyn Koble received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas Christian University in 1995. Following graduation from TCU, Marylyn began her Master’s degree in Audiology at the University of North Texas. It was during that time she first came to Audiology Associates of Arlington as a student extern. Upon completing her Master’s degree in 1997 Marylyn was added as a staff audiologist. Since then, she has balanced working for several local ear doctors with fitting and dispensing hearing aids for adult and pediatric patients. In the future Marylyn endeavors to continue bringing quality hearing care to her patients as well as returning to school for her PhD. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband and their three canine children, Ariel, Paige, and Murphy.
Dr. Kelly L. Archer, Au.D., CCC-A received her doctorate of Audiology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2013. She completed her clinical externship year at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Kelly focuses on providing patient centered care and improving quality of life through hearing health care services to patients of all ages. When she is not working, she enjoys traveling, spending time outdoors, and volunteering for the Special Olympics.