Dr. Samantha Englaish was born and raised in a small town in western Massachusetts. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2017 with her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders. She then moved to sunny Florida and continued her education at Nova Southeastern University, where she earned her Doctor of Audiology degree in 2022. As a student, Dr. Englaish served as the government relations chair of the Student Academy of Audiology (SAA), where she met with senators in Tallahassee, Florida and Washington, D.C. to help educate them on the profession of audiology and current bills related to the field. In addition to her enthusiasm for advocacy, Dr. Englaish also participated in hearing screenings locally and statewide with the Special Olympics Healthy Hearing program for athletes to give back to her community.
Dr. Englaish spent the last year completing her externship at Cleveland Clinic, Weston (CCF). While at CCF she worked alongside a multispecialty team providing audiologic care such as diagnostic testing, vestibular testing, amplification/hearing technology and aural rehabilitation. Outside of the office, she enjoys baking, reading the newest romance book or running at the beach.