Associate Professor Cheryl DeConde-Johnson provides consulting services in educational audiology and deaf education focusing on state deaf education service delivery and accountability systems through her practice, The ADEvantage. She also holds adjunct faculty appointments in audiology at the University of Colorado and the University of Northern Colorado and in deaf education at the University of Arizona. Previously she was the audiology and deaf education consultant with the Colorado Department of Education. She has also held positions as a school-based educational audiologist, an early intervention provider, and the DHH program coordinator in the Greeley, Colorado public school program serving deaf and hard of hearing students. Dr. Johnson is co-author of the Educational Audiology Handbook, 2nd ed (2012, Cengage Delmar Learning), as well as numerous articles and book chapters. As a parent of a grown daughter with hearing loss, Dr. Johnson applies her personal and professional experience throughout her work and as co-founder and Board President of Hand & Voices.