Meet the Team

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Dr. Sally Miranda

First Doctor of Audiology in the Permian Basin

Dr. Sally earned a bachelor of science degree in 1991 and a master of arts degree in 1994 at the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her doctor of audiology degree in 2000 from the University of Florida.

Dr. Sally became the first doctor of audiology in Midland and was among the first in the state when the requirements to practice audiology changed from a master’s degree to a doctorate. In 2011 she was recognized as Businesswoman of the Year from the Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

She has served her community on the Medical Advisory Board for Hospice Midland and is currently on the board for the Aphasia Center of West Texas.

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Brian Martin

Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist

Brian was born in San Angelo, Texas, and moved to Odessa at the age of 5. Brian, at a very early age, had a love of music and sound. At the age of 13 Brian started to play guitar. He graduated from Permian High School and after graduation went on tour playing music and to this day, still plays in the Midland-Odessa area.

Brian has been married to his high school sweetheart, Amy, for 25 years and they have one son. His family means the world to him. Over the years Brian has opened up for acts like Jason Aldean, Spencer Davis Group, Denny Laine from Wings, and many other top name groups.

As life slowed down the time came for Brian to take his passion for music and sound and apply it to Audiology. Brian loves helping people and his great grandmother’s deafness and his own challenges with hearing loss drove him to become a State Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. Brian is a member of the International Hearing Society (IHS), and the Texas Hearing Aid Association (THAA).

His care for his clients and his knowledge of the industry has lead to many people being helped in their hearing journey. 

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Inas Al Rubaye

Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist, Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist

Born in Baghdad, Iraq, Inas graduated from Baghdad Medical College in 2008.  She was an intern in audiology and speech therapy for 2 years. Inas received her master’s in audiology in 2013. She worked as an audiologist until she moved to the United States in 2016.

In the United States, she received her certification as a hearing conservationist (COHC), and then became licensed as an audiologist assistant in 2017. She worked in Houston, TX as an audiology assistant, and then moved to Midland, TX where she volunteered at the emergency room at Midland Memorial Hospital (MMH). Inas is currently in the process of becoming a licensed hearing instrument specialist. 

She married in 2008. Her husband was an interpreter for the US Army in Iraq. The United States embassy moved them by a special immigration visa to the US. Her husband is now a petroleum engineer with Schlumberger. They have 2 children, Dima and Ahmed. 

Inas spends her time studying and caring for her two children. In deciding to move to Midland, she and her husband felt that Midland’s diversity, economy, and family values would be optimal for raising their children and are doing their best to get their family settled as well as involved in the community. Their interests and hobbies include activities for children, work, and family development. 

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Lorie Marquez

Patient Care Coordinator, Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist, Insurance Specialist

Born in Pecos, TX, Lorie graduated from Pecos High School (PHS) in 1998. She attended the University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) in 1999, where she was part of the UTPB Falcons volleyball team as well. She and her family have lived in Midland, TX for 10 years now.

Lorie worked with Dr. Patel at Odessa Regional Hospital (ORMC) where she performed hearing tests on new-born babies. She also worked at Midland Memorial Hospital (MMH) for many years also in the same capacity, performing test on new-born babies. She started working for All About Hearing as a patient care coordinator and is a certified occupational hearing conservationist (COHC). She is in the process of becoming a licensed audiology assistant as well as performing many other office tasks.

Married for 21 years, Lorie and her husband enjoy their 3 children. Their daughter Lauren and their son John both graduated from Midland High School (MHS). Their youngest, Liliana, is a freshman at Midland Freshman High School (MFHS).

Lorie spends her spare time coaching her youngest child and her competitive travel volleyball team. She also supports the MHS’s volleyball team as well as MHS’s softball team, as her daughter Liliana participates in both sports. Both she and her husband support their daughter Liliana on the weekends for competitive travel softball. Liliana has played since she was 8 years old.

Therefore, their hobbies and personal time revolve around their kids and family.

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Kimberlee Ann Cortinas

Patient Care Coordinator, Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist, Insurance Specialist

Kimberlee Cortinas was born and raised in Midland, TX.  She attended Early College High School at Midland College and graduated with her associate degree in general studies before graduating from high school at the age of 18 in 2014.  She then continued her education at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

She took a break from her career to focus on being the best mother possible to her now 4-year-old daughter. Now that her daughter is older, she is working towards becoming a licensed hearing instrument fitter and dispenser. She recently became CAOHC certified and will begin her licensed audiology assistant training with Dr. Sally at All About Hearing. 

Helping people is her passion so the opportunity to care for people with hearing loss has been an amazing experience. 

Some of her hobbies include spending valuable time with family as well as exploring the world around her by traveling with friends and family. 

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Rosie M. Matta

Patient Care Coordinator, Insurance Specialist

Rosie M. Matta is a wife and mother of 4 kids and a native to West Texas. She graduated from Pecos High School (PHS) in 1992 and attended Odessa College. 

Working as a patient care coordinator for Dr. Sally Miranda, alongside the other great women who have real compassion and want to improve the lives of our patients at All About Hearing Inc., makes her feel like we are making a difference in our small corner of the world.

She worked as a pharmacy tech for Medical Center Hospital and Evans Pharmacy in Odessa until she had her second child, and eventually stopped working to raise her growing family. She homeschooled her children, which she considers the most rewarding challenge of her life. It allowed her family to experience life, travel to many places, but most importantly, it helped open the eyes of her children to see those in need. 

Two of her children are in college, one majoring in Hebrew, and the other one plans on becoming a geologist. The younger two are in their high school years. Their Messianic Jewish faith is the center of their lives. Her husband serves as an elder of their congregation, and she serves as the director of youth education. The older children also serve by leading our Sabbath liturgical services with the Hebrew prayers.

Their lives are busy but so enriched by community life, fellowship, teaching, and serving in many capacities.  Her hobbies include traveling abroad, especially to Israel, reading, and drinking coffee!

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Dr. Joycelin Lopez

Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Joycelin grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. Initially, she earned a bachelor’s degree in linguistics from the state’s university. Then following graduation, she became a learning specialist, working with the hard of hearing. This experience sparked her curiosity in audiology.

She returned to the University of Florida for graduate studies, where she gained her doctor of audiology degree. This education took her to North Carolina, where she completed an externship that focused on balance evaluations and central auditory processing.

Her decision to move to Midland in late 2020 showcases her spirit of adventure. But also, it demonstrates her determination to find and assist people who can benefit from her professional expertise.

Besides audiology, Dr. Joycelin has a passion for art, having taken classes all her life. Mostly, she works with watercolors, but she also has an interest in digital animation.

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