Jennifer Burstein, AuD, CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist

Jennifer Burstein is an LA Kings fan who grew up singing in the choir, swimming and dancing in Northridge, California. Inspired by her ear infections as a child, she knew at a young age that she wanted to work with hard-of-hearing or deaf people.

After earning her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees both in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Northridge, she earned her Doctorate of Audiology from Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she likes reading, watching movies and listening to a variety of music ranging from big band jazz to hits of the 1980s and country. She has a Golden Labrador named Dakota, a guinea pig named Rocky, and two toads named Bob and Kermit. Jennifer can converse in American Sign Language, and worked in the deaf community prior to joining SCENT.

Jennifer Burstein, AuD, CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist

Jennifer Burstein is an LA Kings fan who grew up singing in the choir, swimming and dancing in Northridge, California. Inspired by her ear infections as a child, she knew at a young age that she wanted to work with hard-of-hearing or deaf people.

After earning her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees both in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Northridge, she earned her Doctorate of Audiology from Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she likes reading, watching movies and listening to a variety of music ranging from big band jazz to hits of the 1980s and country. She has a Golden Labrador named Dakota, a guinea pig named Rocky, and two toads named Bob and Kermit. Jennifer can converse in American Sign Language, and worked in the deaf community prior to joining SCENT.

Jennifer Burstein, AuD, CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist

Jennifer Burstein is an LA Kings fan who grew up singing in the choir, swimming and dancing in Northridge, California. Inspired by her ear infections as a child, she knew at a young age that she wanted to work with hard-of-hearing or deaf people.

After earning her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees both in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Northridge, she earned her Doctorate of Audiology from Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she likes reading, watching movies and listening to a variety of music ranging from big band jazz to hits of the 1980s and country. She has a Golden Labrador named Dakota, a guinea pig named Rocky, and two toads named Bob and Kermit. Jennifer can converse in American Sign Language, and worked in the deaf community prior to joining SCENT.