Dr. Fuchs grew up in Pennsylvania. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Science and master’s degree in Audiology from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. One of her most memorable experiences during her college years was working at a summer camp for autistic children. She completed her Clinical Fellowship Year at Saint Vincent Health Center and Hamot Hospital in Erie, Pennsylvania and subsequently worked at Saint Vincent Health Center and ORL Associates in Erie before moving to Nebraska in 1987.
She worked for Columbus Otologarynogology Clinic in Columbus for several years and wasn’t necessarily planning on staying in Nebraska, but her plans changed when she met and married her husband Dan in 1988. Everyone in Nebraska knows how special Nebraska boys are! They started AUDIO-LOGIC, PC in 1992 and she then obtained her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Central Michigan University in 2007.
Dr. Fuchs is certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association and has volunteered as a site visitor to help certify other college programs and has served as a clinical preceptor for the University of Nebraska. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She is a member of the Nebraska Speech Language and Hearing Association where she has served on the continuing education committee, the universal newborn hearing screening committee and is currently a member of the Medicaid reimbursement committee. She serves on the board of the HeadStart and Early HeadStart Healthcare Advisory Committee.
Dr. Fuchs and her husband Dan have three grown children and an English Mastiff. She is an active member of St Anthony Church and she and Dan have also served as Wednesday-evening parents to 10 teens through the local Godparents Program. She enjoys being with family and traveling. She and Dan would like to visit all of the presidential libraries across the United States someday. She is also a member of the Columbus Tennis Association and the Quail Run Ladies Golf League.