Meet Our New Brunswick Clinical Audiologists & Staff

With a team of 4 highly trained clinical audiologists and a caring support staff, Audiocorp Ltd. has the skill you need to enhance your hearing. We invite you to read about our team and let us know when you’re ready to schedule a consultation. Audiocorp serves you with offices in Fredericton and Oromocto

Trevor Menchenton

Co-owner and clinical audiologist Trevor Menchenton joined Audiocorp in the spring of 2008 following his work at a private practice outside of Halifax for nearly 3 years. He was born and raised in Millertown, a small central Newfoundland community with a population of less than 100. He left Millertown and went on to Dalhousie University where he graduated with an Honours Degree in Neuroscience in 2002.


Completed His Audiology Degree at Dalhousie University

Trevor decided to take a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to Korea, where he taught English as a second language class. He returned to Canada 3 years later to pursue higher education. He intended to enroll in medical school but a personal injury led to a change of heart. Trevor then embarked on a career in health care where he would have a close, personal connection with patients. He went back to Dalhousie University to enroll in the Master of Science Audiology program. Over the next 3 years, he completed his degree and also completed a Master’s thesis on age-related hearing loss. His research was published in the scientific journal, Neurobiology of Aging, in July, 2010.


Received National Acclaim in 2009

Since he began practicing audiology, Trevor has received many accolades. He received the Jean Kienapple Award for clinical excellence from the Canadian Academy of Audiology in 2009. This national award was presented based on testimonials from Trevor’s patients in Fredericton and Saint John. In the same year, he was invited to become a fellow of the IDA Institute in Denmark in 2009 and participated in discussions designed to improve patient care. He has presented at 2 major national conferences: in 2008 at the annual CAA conference and in 2009 at the annual Canadian Hard of Hearing Association conference. Trevor shows his dedication to audiology in various ways, including the writing of articles relevant to hearing in the quarterly “Choices After 50” publication distributed in New Brunswick. He has earned a reputation for excellence in audiology on a provincial and national level.


Trevor is a member of:

  • New Brunswick Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
  • Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
  • Canadian Academy of Audiology (Co-Chair of the Public Awareness committee, an organization that increases public knowledge of audiology)

An advocate for proper hearing health, Trevor believes in the benefit of seeing an audiologist to improve your quality of life. He is a firm believer in using current technology and has seen incredible results in his patients from the use of digital hearing aids.


In his free time, Trevor enjoys travelling and outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and hunting. He also enjoys playing basketball, golf and pool as well as spending time with his energetic and lovable Wheaton terrier, Murphy. In July of 2012, Trevor and Jennifer were married in their home province of Newfoundland. They welcomed a baby boy named Alec in June of 2013.

Dr. Jennifer Menchenton

Co-owner and clinical audiologist, Dr. Jennifer Menchenton began working at Audiocorp in 2009 and has loved every minute. She grew up in Grand Bank, Newfoundland, a small town of approximately 2500 people. After leaving Grand Bank to pursue her education, Jennifer received a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics which was followed by a Master of Arts in Linguistics degree in which she wrote a thesis on how we learn language. While studying the science of sound in her linguistics classes, Jennifer began thinking about a career in audiology.


Personal Experience Led to a Desire to Help Others

Jennifer had hearing difficulties herself as a child and recalls one particular incident when she was in class, working on a project, when suddenly every student in class turned and shouted her name. The teacher had been calling her name for a few minutes, but she didn’t hear a word. This experience led to a long series of trips to see her audiologist, many ear infections, hearing tests and surgeries. Jennifer later decided on a career in audiology to provide people with the same care and attention she received as a child. This decision led her to Dalhousie University where she received her Master of Science in Audiology degree in 2009. Jennifer completed her doctorate degree in Audiology (AuD) from the University of Florida in 2014.


Jennifer is a member of the following professional organizations:

  • Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA)
  • Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA)
  • New Brunswick Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
  •     (NBASLPA)

    – serves on the Membership Committee


She also writes articles on hearing health and hearing aid use for the New Brunswick quarterly print “Choices After 50”.


Jennifer believes that hearing is vital to our everyday lives, communication and relationships. To quote Helen Keller’s sentiment, “Blindness separates us from things, but deafness separates us from people.” She believes successful hearing and communication is available with the advances in today’s hearing aid technology.


In her free time, Jennifer enjoys cooking, dancing and travelling. In July of 2012, Jennifer and Trevor were married in their home province of Newfoundland. They welcomed a baby boy named Alec in June of 2013.

Kelsey Spurrell

Originally from Belledune, New Brunswick, Kelsey began working at Audiocorp in the summer of 2012. She is an energetic, well-rounded individual who has a passion for audiology. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2012 with a Master’s degree of Clinical Science in Audiology. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology from St. Thomas University.


Former Student Board Member of the Canadian Hearing Society

Kelsey is a former student board member for the Canadian Hearing Society and was honoured with an Oticon Focus on People Award for her involvement and commitment to the field of audiology within the community. Additionally, she was selected as one of two graduating audiology students in the country to attend the Eriksholm Summer Camp in Denmark. This unique camp included seminars, discussions and workshops that provided opportunities to share experiences and network with leading researchers and experienced practitioners.


Believes in Patient Education & Understanding Your Treatment Options

Kelsey is a strong believer that people should be well informed of their hearing profile and aware of possible treatment and management options. While also a strong supporter of evidence based practice, she recognizes that each person she meets will have different goals and thus, a well-rounded service that is tailored to their lifestyle needs is always provided.


Kelsey is a member of the following professional organizations:

  • Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA)
  • Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA)
  • New Brunswick Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists  (NBASLPA)

    – Recently appointed as Chair of the Audiology Clinical Practice Committee

Katrina Folkins - Clinical Audiologist

Katrina officially began working at Audiocorp in the Spring of 2017, after a Summer of volunteering and a work placement within the clinic. Born and raised in Fredericton, she was excited to return to her home town and work within the community. She graduated from Dalhousie University in 2017 with a Master’s degree in Audiology, and previously completed her Bachelor’s in Medicinal Chemistry at the University of New Brunswick.

A career in Audiology was not what Katrina had originally planned, but after several years of working in a Chemistry lab, she knew that she needed a career where she could interact with people and make a difference in their lives. Audiology gave her the ability to combine her love of science and technology with her passion for connecting with the people around her.

Katrina believes in building and maintaining connections between individuals, and feels that hearing is a large part of that connection. She strives to help her patients and their loved ones understand hearing loss and provide them with the tools to work through their hearing difficulties to stay in tune with the world around them.

Courtney Morrison / Clinical Audiologist

A valuable member of Audiocorp since the summer of 2014, Vanessa is our office manager in Fredericton. She has worked in many different environments, heavily focused on front-line customer service and has gained invaluable knowledge and experience along the way which she is putting into practice at Audiocorp.


Vanessa was so inspired by Trevor and Jen’s dedication and compassion for their clients and the vision that they shared for Audiocorp that she has thrown herself into her role, cultivating her skills as to better serve her clients and to support her co-workers in all facets of their jobs.


Born in Pietersburg, South Africa, Vanessa moved to Canada as a child where she completed her schooling, graduating from FHS and then went on to receive her degree in Business Administration from UNB in 2004.


Vanessa has lived and worked in London, England and Adelaide, Australia after receiving her BBA degree before settling back in Fredericton. She has since married her husband Chris and has two step-children Ronan and Josee. When not travelling the globe, Vanessa spends her free time in the company of amazing family and friends.

Courtney Morrison / Clinical Audiologist

A valuable member of Audiocorp since 2014, Suzanne Viger is the Office Manager for our Oromocto clinic. She assists with accounting, focusing mainly on accounts payable. She is also a member of the International Hearing Society.


Inspired by the work done within the clinic, Suzanne has decided to become a Hearing Instrument Practitioner. In 2015, she obtained her certification in distance learning for professionals in hearing health sciences from the International Institute for Hearing Instrument Studies. She is currently in her practical stage.


Born in Saint John, NB, Suzanne moved to Fredericton to attend St. Thomas University where she completed her Bachelor Degree. It was during that time that she met her fiancé who was stationed at CFB Gagetown. She loves spending time with her family; her fiancé Anthony and her daughter Maleah. She loves hiking, camping, canoeing, and anything to do with the outdoors. She also enjoys running and fitness.

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