Dr. Judy Huch has started and participated in several corporations: Oro Valley Audiology (1998), Tanque Verde Audiology (2001), Grace Hearing Center (2016), and Hearing Health and Technology Blog (2013). Dr. Huch has been dispensing hearing aids since 1991 while discovering her gift of solving problems. The goal of her businesses is to provide excellent patient centered care with technology that matches the individual.
Dr. Huch’s non-profit division, Grace Hearing Center, provides this model of excellent hearing healthcare to the underserved and underinsured of southern Arizona. She also participates in Hearing Missions with Entheos Audiology Co-op around the globe each year, often bringing her husband and teenage boys, helping to give back and provide audiology services to those who do not have access.
Dr. Huch was appointed by the Governor of Arizona as a State Commissioner for the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in 2016 and is currently serving her second term. She was also chosen as the representing Arizona audiologist for the Audiology Project to bring diabetes educators, physicians, and other Allied Healthcare Providers together to increase the awareness of hearing loss with many chronic diseases. Dr. Huch is on the Board of Arizona Audiology Coalition and serves as Chair on American Academy of Audiology Task Force for Public Awareness. She was also awarded a fellowship with the OpEd Project in 2017 and Humanitarian of the Year from AT Still University Alumni in 2019, Woman of Influence for Community Service in Tucson and Woman of Impact of Southern AZ both in 2019.