Janice Lintz is an extremely accomplished hearing loss consultant and advocate. She is well known and respected for her ability to assess situations, identify areas for improvement, recommend solutions, and implement programs that help organizations improve customer service and grow profits. Janice worked with domestic and international organizations to benchmark best practices and leveraged the most effective solutions for their situations.
She helped with the New York City Transit Commission by recommending that induction loops be included in all New York City's 482 subway information booths and call boxes as part of President Obama's $13.5 million Stimulus Package. She also worked with the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission to implement this same technology in 3,000 taxis.
Some of her honors include the 2018 Bill and Melinda Goalkeepers Foundations Partnership with The Points Guy Recipient, 2016 Aspen Institute Spotlight Health Scholar, 2016 Nominated United State of Women Changemaker, and 2008 People Magazine Hero. She is also an Advisory Board member for The Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University.