Dr. Kelly YeagerBoard of Director
Kelly Yeager, Au.D., CCC-A
Clinical Associate Professor
Dr. Yeager received her B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama in the early 90s. She practiced audiology for several years prior to coming to the University of Tennessee in 1998. As she continued to work as a clinical supervisor in audiology at UT, she pursued her Doctor of Audiology degree and graduated with the first Au.D. class at UT in December 2003. Dr. Yeager teaches ASP 512, Clinical Practice in Audiology and ASP 510, Clinical Education Series in Audiology in areas related to her expertise. Dr. Yeager specializes in infant hearing screenings, physiological and behavioral diagnostic evaluations, hearing aid/ FM evaluations/fittings, cochlear implant programming and family support/education. She is involved in research within the department specific to her areas of interest. She is an affiliate of ASHA Special Interest Group 9 (Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Children) as well as a part of the Editorial Review Board for Perspectives SIG 9. She serves on the Advisory Board for Tennessee’s Hands & Voices and enjoys volunteering at events and supporting Friends of Tennessee’s Babies with Special Needs. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She is active in her church where she enjoys worshipping with the deaf and hard of hearing, Precept Inductive Bible Studies and co-leading an adult Bible Fellowship.