Bettie Borton, AuD is a licensed audiologist who has served hearing impaired children and adults in a variety of settings for more than 40 years. She holds a bachelor of science degree in education of the deaf from the University of Texas, a master’s degree in audiology from Louisiana State University Medical Center, and a doctor of audiology degree from the University of Florida. Dr. Borton served as a clinical audiologist in the Department of Surgery at University of Alabama, as well as visiting professor, teaching associate and supervising clinical audiologist at Auburn University.
In 2007 Dr. Borton founded Doctors Hearing Clinic, a multi-location private practice in audiology, and later served as Director of University and Student Outreach for Audigy from 2014-2020. She has served on numerous committees, working groups, and task forces for the profession of audiology, and is a former National Chair of the American Board of Audiology. Dr. Borton was elected to the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Board of Directors in 2012 and was subsequently elected as AAA President in 2013. She was inducted into the National Academies of Practice (NAP) in 2015 as a Distinguished Provider and served as Chair of the NAP Audiology Academy from 2016-2018. She currently serves as adjunct faculty for AT Still University. Her primary professional focus areas are independent private practice, hearing aid dispensing programs, and student education.