Kristyn LeBlanc

Client Care Coordinator

Kristyn grew up in Hamilton, ON. Kristyn has a B.A. Hons in Cognitive Science of Language from McMaster University and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Communication Disorders Assisting from Durham College. Kristyn is working towards an Advanced Diploma for Hearing Instrument Specialist at George Brown College.

Needless to say, Kristyn is passionate about helping others hear and communicate better. Currently, Kristyn lives in Hamilton with her partner Alex with the exception that, any day now, Alex will agree to get a dog.

Outside of work, Kristen loves spending time with family and frequently travels to Halifax, Nova Scotia where most of her family currently lives. Kristyn also loves music, reading, and traveling.

Kristyn LeBlanc

What’s your favourite place to eat around here?

Brogden's Restaurant in Waterdown

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?


Cats or Dogs?


When you were 5, what did you want to be?

I wanted to be a veterinarian

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