Meet Our Team

Dr. Diana Eshleman

Founder, Audiologist

Dr. Diana Eshleman founded All Generations Audiology in Mooresville, NC in 2016. After years of success and growth she added the Greensboro, NC location in 2022. In addition to managing the practice, Dr. Diana continues to provide diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss for patients of all ages including hearing, tinnitus, auditory processing, and amplification. She enjoys helping all patients to hear their best.

Dr. Eshleman received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in communication sciences and disorders from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, followed by her Doctor of Audiology from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Meza, Arizona. 

In her spare time, Dr. Diana enjoys travel, reading (especially murder mysteries), themed event planning, and spending time with her family, cats, bunny, and backyard chickens. You will notice the influence of her favorite color, purple, in our offices and may see a few llama/alpaca toys around that she has to keep at the office so her cats don’t steal them from her.

Dr. Breanna Collins

Audiologist Mooresville

Dr. Breanna Collins is originally from a small town in central Pennsylvania and currently resides in Mooresville, North Carolina. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from Penn State University and her Doctor of Audiology from Towson University. She completed her residency at a private practice in the Washington, D.C. area.  

Dr. Collins is passionate about helping those with hearing loss while providing the highest quality of care. She prioritizes helping patients of all ages understand their hearing loss and any potential treatment options. Dr. Collins values patient education and emphasizes the importance of building lasting and meaningful relationships with patients and their families. Her clinical interests include diagnostics and treatment of hearing loss through amplification and assistive devices. 

Outside of the office, Dr. Collins enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, spending time outdoors and enjoying time with her friends, family and two Labradoodles, Boh and Pinot. 

Courtney Blankenship

Audiologist Greensboro

Dr. Blankenship attended the University of North Carolina Greensboro, where she received her bachelor’s degree in communication science disorders. She completed her doctorate in audiology at Indiana University and then returned to her hometown, Burlington, North Carolina, to complete her residency with Alamance Ear, Nose and Throat.

Dr. Blankenship’s professional career has given her the opportunity to live in Atlanta, Georgia, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she worked alongside neurotologists to serve a diverse patient population. These sophisticated clinical settings allowed her to challenge and strengthen her diagnostic and rehabilitative skills. Dr. Blankenship specializes in adult aural rehabilitation, vestibular diagnostics and implantable devices such as bone-anchored hearing aids and cochlear implants. Dr. Blankenship has a strong passion for personal growth and is intentional about taking every opportunity to learn more about the field of audiology. She always strives to use evidence-based practices and believes that a patient’s hearing health care should be individualized for their unique lifestyle and goals.

Outside of the office, Dr. Blankenship enjoys going to the gym, building Legos while she watches the latest Netflix series and spending time with her family, friends and pets! Dr. Blankenship is excited to be back in her home state and to serve the community that helped shape who she is today. She looks forward to building new relationships with our patients and supporting them on their journey to better hearing.

Vicki Reinemann

Office ManagerMooresville

Vicki Reinemann and Diana Eshleman met through Girl Scouts and became close friends. She had spent years in mortgage banking software training and development, then decided to re-enter the workforce as Dr. Eshleman’s office manager to help the community with their hearing health. In her free time, Vicki enjoys traveling with her family to Europe and the beach, sewing, gardening and volunteering for the Lake Norman High School Band and Girl Scouts.