Fall Event

2021 Fall Seminar 

Saturday, October 2, 2021 | 9am - 4pm

Hilton Garden Inn Dayton South-Austin Landing
12000 Innovation Drive, Miamisburg Ohio 45342 

5 hours offered (1 Ethics)

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Speakers and Topics

Governmental Polices Affecting Our Profession
Presented by Amanda Sines, Partner, Government Advantage Group.

Amanda Sines Amanda has been involved in state government relations in Columbus, Ohio for over 15 years. She began her career in state government by working as a page in both the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Senate while getting her degree in political science at The Ohio State University.

Amanda began her lobbying career in 2004, working for one of the first female owned independent lobbying firms (Towner Policy Group) where she represented a variety of client interests before the state legislature and Ohio regulatory agencies.

In 2015, Ms. Towner retired and Amanda started her own business, Capitol Action Team, with the clients she had been representing with Ms. Towner.  In 2016, Amanda became a partner of Government Advantage Group. 

Amanda currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Ohio Lobbying Association, the planning committee for the Ohio YMCA Youth in Government program and is an active member of the Ohio Woman in Government organization.  Amanda is also an Ohio Lobbying Association Certified Lobbyist.

When It's Not Presbycusis
Presented by Dr. James C. Prueter

James Prueter

Born: Grafton, Ohio

Education: Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science – Exercise Science, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
Medical School: Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, OH
Residency: Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dayton, OH
Fellowship: Neurotology Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Seattle, WA

Sees patients at: Englewood, Centerville and Dayton Children's offices

Surgeries performed at: Grandview Medical Center, Miami Valley South Hospital, Dayton Children's Hospital Main and South Campus.

Dr. Prueter completed residency in general ear nose and throat and fellowship in neurotology. He performs pediatric and adult sinus and head and neck surgery. His primary clinical interest is neurotology, the surgical and medical management for disorders of hearing, balance, and facial movement. He treats disorders of the ear canal, ear drum, middle ear bones, mastoid, inner ear (cochlea and vestibular labyrinth), and nerves traveling to the brainstem. He is part of a collaborative team of neurosurgeons and skull base surgeons who treat tumors of the lateral skull base, including acoustic neuromas.

Dr. Prueter is the recipient of numerous awards including the AOCOO-HNS Council of Residents and Fellows Presidential Award. He has been published in various journals including the American Journal of Otolaryngology and Journal of Otology and Neurotology.

In his spare time, Dr. Prueter enjoys spending time with his family and wilderness hiking and biking adventures.