Elizabeth Craft, co-owner of Ebia Hearing & Sound, LLC (EHS – recognized as ‘Runner Up’ in The Casper Star Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Best of WY 2018 competition in ‘Ears and Hearing’), grew up in Sheridan, Wyoming. She attended Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC) and Montana State University (Bozeman, MT) and from these institutions earned a bachelor’s degree in English/Women’s and Gender Studies and a master’s degree in Education (Curriculum and Instruction), respectively. Though she loved the classroom, working with the hearing impaired and the elderly has been very rewarding. Craft’s father, Walter Ebia, is a profoundly deaf entrepreneur and the founder of Ebia Hearing, which is why Craft found herself in the hearing business and feels passionate about caring for people with hearing loss. For several years, Craft and her husband, JT, have been volunteering their time cleaning hearing aids at local nursing homes and playing music for various community events. The two just became Dementia Friendly Wyoming Champions, educating local employers about how to make their business ‘dementia friendly.’ Also, recently, the pair were selected as recipients of The Sheridan Press’ 20 under 40 recognition and Craft was nominated for FAB Woman of the Year in 2019. Currently, Craft serves on the Witzel Family Foundation and the Greenhouse Living boards of directors.