• Audiologist/Owner
  • Audiologist
  • Office Manager
  • Office Staff
  • Office Staff
  • Office Staff
  • Office Staff
Anna Hiroka Mamiya, Au.D.

Anna Hiroka Mamiya, Au.D.

Anna received her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences: Communication Disorders and her graduate degree in Doctor of Audiology from University of Washington. Anna is State and Nationally Certified to practice Audiology.

Doctoral of Audiology: University of Washington
Bachelors Degree: Speech and Hearing Sciences: Communication Disorders, University of Washington
WA License: Audiologist
Clinically Certified: American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association (ASHA)
Fellow: American Academy of Audiology
Interests: Room acoustics, bilingual education, computer programming, travel, home tours, and archeology
Languages: English and Japanese
Yoko Miller, Au.D.

Yoko Miller, Au.D.

Yoko worked as a pharmacist before she came to the U.S. She received her second degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2009 from Washington State University. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University with her Doctorate in Audiology in 2014. She is clinically certified with American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), and is American Academy of Audiology (AAA) fellow. Yoko is licensed to practice Audiology in Washington State. She is especially interested in Electrophysiology. When she is not practicing Audiology, she spends most of her time learning new things and spending time with her husband and children.

Interests: Traveling, hiking, cooking, and puzzles.
Languages: English and Japanese
Office Manager Kumiko Kress

Kumiko Kress

I have worked at PAC Audiology since September 2013. I welcome and comfort patients, and help them with their questions and concerns. I enjoy interacting with patients and their family members as I serve in various capacities.

Interests: Pilates, traveling, and gardening
Languages: English and Japanese
Office Staff Sayaka Shigeta

Sayaka Shigeta

I have worked as a preschool teacher and as an administrative assistant at a real estate agency and an insurance company. I would like to build a strong long-term relationship with each patient by providing a comfortable environment and friendly support during their visits. I have lived in the Seattle area for more than 14 years and studied Art (Oil Painting) in college. My family and I live in the woods with many kinds of wild animals, such as salmon, beavers, deer, raccoons, and sometimes a bear. Walking in the woods and discovering nature is one of my favorite family activities.

Interests: Japanese tea ceremony, Making Art, Exercising
Languages: English and Japanese
Office Staff Shino Lee

Shino Lee

Hello, I am Shino Lee. I'm originally from Osaka, Japan. I'm so delighted to be part of the team at this clinic. I value the encounter with all the patients and feel so happy to serve each one of them.

Interests: Yoga, Cooking, Travel (especially Europe.), Music (including playing the Piano), and Reading (Period dramas, History, and so on). I love dogs, too!
Languages: English and Japanese
Office Staff Kay Chung

Kay Chung

I came to Washington State in 1996 with my husband to start a family. I am grateful for the wonderful experience of raising two kids in this beautiful place. I love that we are surrounded by an abundance of water, mountains and nice people! I have worked in various health care settings in Japan and the US. I truly enjoy serving my community and helping people achieve their optimal health.

Interests: Traveling, Painting, Yoga, Walking a spoiled Siberian husky and Aroma therapy (certified aroma coordinator)
Languages: English, Japanese, French, Korean
Office Staff Kyoko Imai

Kyoko Imai

I have been living in greater Seattle area since 2001 and enjoying beautiful nature and wonderful communities through various activities with my family, such as skiing, hiking, camping and tennis. Working in medical field is my new challenge and I’m so excited and delighted to get to know each one of our patients.

Interests: Tennis, hiking, cooking and fine foods
Languages: English and Japanese