ASHA Makes a Difference

View your ASHA colleagues expressing the difference ASHA has made for them and their professional careers in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Visit our channel on YouTube

Kathleen GregoryKathleen Gregory, CCC-SLP
Ms. Gregory shares her journey through her career and how ASHA has supported her every step of the way.

Kathe PerezKathe Perez, CCC-SLP
Ms. Perez shares her stories about work in the transgendered community, and ASHA’s role as a foundation of support in her career.

L Terri Powell-BrownL. Terri Powell-Brown, CCC-SLP
As a practitioner in her own private practice, ASHA is Mrs. Powell-Brown’s valued resource on trends in the professions. In addition, ASHA is go-to source for answers to her questions related to her practice.

Frances GrahamjonesFrances Grahamjones, CCC-SLP
Ms. Grahamjones values the sense of community at Convention as well as the opportunity to see new products and attend workshops. ASHA keeps her educated on upcoming trends and issues.

Sridhar KrishnamurtSridhar Krishnamurt, PhD, CCC-A
As an associate professor, Dr. Krishnamurt appreciates ASHA’s focus on academics. He also explains why ASHA is the national organization for Audiology.

Denise WrayDenise Wray, PhD, CCC-SLP
Dr. Wray describes how ASHA educates the public about the importance of the speech-language pathology and audiology professions and has set the gold standard for these professions.

Wilehlmina Wright-HarpWilehlmina Wright-Harp, PhD, CCC-SLP
Dr. Wright-Harp values ASHA for keeping the membership up-to-date about the latest research in the field, and keeps a special focus on diversity.

Sandra SlaterSandra Slater, CCC-SLP
Ms. Slater makes great use of the Better Hearing and Speech Month materials and likes ASHA’s insistence on continuing professional development for members, asking them to continuously grow and learn through certification maintenance requirements. 

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