Katherine J. Pollard earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Auburn University in 1993 and completed her Master of Science degree in Audiology at the University of Montevallo in 1995. She moved to Atlanta in 1999 to train at The Emory Clinic Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center in the treatment of tinnitus. Upon leaving Emory, she practiced in Atlanta, with local otolaryngologists as well as being director of Audiology at the Alliance Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center. She received her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from the Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2003. In 2008, Dr. Pollard became a certified provider for Neuromonics, a tinnitus treatment device and has been trained with Widex Zen for Tinnitus treatment. In 2011, Misophonia 4S Provider Network was formed with Dr. Pollard as an original member.
Dr. Pollard is licensed by the state of Georgia as an Audiologist and is Board Certified in Audiology by the American Board of Audiology. Dr. Pollard has lectured around the Southeast on the subject of tinnitus. Dr. Pollard became associated with Audiological Consultants of Atlanta in September 2006 and practices in our Marietta office. She is originally from Mt. Kisco, NY. As a small child, she lived in Iceland for three years before returning to New York and eventually moving to Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Pollard resides in Marietta with her husband and children.
- Georgia Academy of Audiology (GAA)
- American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
- Serves as State Leaders Committee and Governmental Relations Committee for the AAA
- Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Association (TRTA)
- American Tinnitus Association (ATA)
Awards & Recognition
- She is a charter member of the Georgia Academy of Audiology (GAA) and served as its president in 2005-2006.
- In 2008, she received Honors of the Association for Outstanding Service to the Georgia Academy of Audiology.
- In 1988, she was selected by the Governor of Alabama to be a Student Ambassador to the (now former) Soviet Union.
- In 1989, she was awarded The Good Citizenship Medal by The Sons of the American Revolution.