Dr. Kelley Linton
Au.D., CCC-A, FAA
Kelley lives in Van Buren and enjoys staying very active in her local communities. She is a graduate of Leadership Fort Smith and Leadership Crawford County. She has served on the Leadership Fort Smith Alumni Board of Directors and social committee. In addition, Kelley is a volunteer audiologist for the Good Samaritan Clinic in Fort Smith and is part of medical mission teams that travel to Honduras and/or Peru every year to evaluate and treat those in need.
In her spare time Kelley enjoys running, hunting, and traveling with her husband, Kevin and their five children.
- Doctor of Audiology Degree, University of Florida
- Fellow, American Academy of Audiology
- National Board Certification
- Arkansas State License
- Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) in the United States Army Reserve: attached to Public Health Command, APG, MD
- Member National Hearing Conservation Association
- CAOHC Certified Course Director (Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation)
- CAOHC Certified Professional Supervisor for industrial hearing conservation programs
NASA recently invited Dr. Kelley Linton and Kevin Linton, of Center for Industrial Audiometrics (CIA), to the Kennedy Space Center to view the fully stacked Artemis rocket. The Artemis is the next spaceship going to the moon.
CIA is working with NASA to protect the hearing of both military and civilian personnel on this endeavor. The Artemis is made in America and all 50 states are contributing to this effort. CIA is proud to be one of the companies representing Arkansas.