Hannah Glick, Ph.D., CCC-A



Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

University of Colorado Boulder

Role with COEHDI

  • Contractor
  • COVID-19 Task Force Representative
  • Supporting mini-grant on COVID-19 information and resources
  • Supporting efforts to collect 2019 data for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Contact Information


About Hannah

Hannah serves on the COVID-19 Task Force. She is involved in addressing pandemic-related gaps in screening and re-screening in our state. Hannah is both an audiologist and a cognitive neuroscientist with a passion for working with children and families with hearing loss. 

She received both her audiology degree as well as a Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Hannah has clinical experience working with adults and children of all ages. Her current research focuses on the effects of hearing loss on the brain and well-being. She currently serve as an instructor at University of Colorado where she helps train and inspire the next generation of audiologists. 

Although Hannah moved away from Colorado after she finished school, she is thrilled to be back in Colorado. She was born and raised in Evergreen, and is so grateful to be closer to family again! On the weekends, you will either find Hannah in the mountains hiking, mountain biking, camping, or backpacking with her husband, Nate, or chasing her two little nephews around. As the days grow colder and the leaves begin to change, she is reminded of the importance of slowing down and pausing to enjoy the beauty that is all around us. Hannah looks forward to connecting with members of the COEHDI community and working together!