Educational Access Consultant (CDCI CARES Team)

Margaret Overman holds a Doctor of Audiology degree and specializes in the field of educational audiology with a focus on collaborative consultation service delivery models.

Since 2002, she has worked as an audiologist across multiple settings, including preschool, K-12, higher education, and medical facilities, serving school teams, families, and students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, or who struggle with auditory processing.

In addition to her time co-leading, and serving alongside, educational audiologists and teachers for students who are deaf or hard of hearing as a part of the DHHDB Project, she is also the founder of Vermont HEARS (Hearing in Education: Audiology Resources & Solutions), an organization that specializes in supporting students with auditory processing deficits.

Margaret also serves as the State Education Advocacy Leader for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association; as the School Affairs Chair on the Executive Board of the Vermont Speech-Language-Hearing Association; and is the State Representative to the Educational Audiology Association.

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  • Au.D., Audiology. Syracuse University.
  • CCC-A, Audiology. American-Speech-Hearing-Language-Association.


  1. The CDCI CARES Team