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Changes to the NSSLHA Executive Council are currently in progress. Updated information will be available July 1, 2016.
Region 1Melanie Riland ([email protected])West Chester UniversityCommunication Science and DisordersTerm expires: 6/30/2017
Region 2Marsha Jones ([email protected])Speech-language pathologyTerm expires: 6/30/2016
Region 3Katie Lesesne ([email protected])University of GeorgiaSpeech-language pathologyTerm expires: 6/30/2017
Region 4Haley Kissel ([email protected])Purdue UniversityCommunication science and disorders Term expires: 6/30/2017
Region 5Nicole Caputi ([email protected])University of the District of ColumbiaSpeech-language pathologyTerm expires: 6/30/2016
Region 6Jessica Salley ([email protected])University of Nebraska–LincolnSpeech-language pathology Term expires: 6/30/2017
Region 7Rebecca Pearson ([email protected])Illinois State UniversitySpeech-language pathology Term expires: 6/30/2016
Region 8Jennifer Doughan ([email protected])Washington University in Saint LouisDoctorate of AudiologyTerm expires: 6/30/2017
Region 9Yoseline Gonzalez ([email protected])University of Texas Rio Grande ValleySpeech-language pathology Term expires: 6/30/2017
Region 10Kelly Ibanez ([email protected])California State University – NorthridgeSpeech-language pathologyTerm expires: 6/30/2016
Delegate-at-LargeBrittany Renne ([email protected])Adelphi UniversityDoctorate of AudiologyTerm expires: 6/30/2017
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