Ashley Hall Au.D., CCC-A
Doctor of Audiology
Ashley’s passion for enriching children’s lives was a main factor in her decision to open Audiology Consultants of Louisiana! A graduate of Louisiana Tech, ULL and Salus University, Ashley always desired to help people; she initially set out in pursuit of a career in speech pathology but felt her true calling was to assist the hearing impaired and switched her focus to audiology. Ashley’s major areas of focus include infant, pediatric and adult hearing evaluations, and fitting/programming hearing aids. She is proud to own the first office in the area to specialize in pediatric hearing aids, and considers newborn hearing screenings a crucial key in the early identification of children with hearing loss. When not providing personalized patient care Ashley enjoys spending time with her children, camping, cooking and gardening. Her family includes two daughters, a son and a cat.
Katie Pierce M.C.D., CCC-A
Katie Pierce was initially drawn to a career in speech and language pathology, but a desire to help people with hearing problems convinced her to change her focus to audiology. She attended both Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and LSU Medical Center in New Orleans and specializes in infant, pediatric and adult hearing evaluations and the fitting and programming of hearing aids. She is a member of the Louisiana Academy of Audiology, Louisiana Board of Examiner’s for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Katie has been married to husband Randy for 25 years and enjoys gardening, church activities, and entertaining family and friends—especially during crawfish season! The couple has three children (Ryan, Gabe, Hannah) as well as a dog and three cats.
Jill Traczewitz Au.D., CCC-A
Doctor of Audiology
A hearing impaired family member’s struggles in school inspired Jill Traczewitz to devote her life to helping people with hearing loss. She made education a priority, earning her undergraduate degree from Louisiana Tech, a master’s from the University of South Alabama, and a doctorate from the University of Florida. Jill considers herself part of a team, and counts her coworkers as important allies she can turn to for support in all aspects of her life. The highlight of her job has been watching infants hear for the first time and celebrating the milestone with their parents. Her primary areas of interest are vestibular disorders and electrophysiological measures. Jill is a member of the Louisiana Academy of Audiology and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and is married with three children. In her spare time she enjoys reading and spending time with her family.