“Teaching is the highest form of understanding.”


I am excited to be currently teaching a course for the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Department at George Washington University’s Columbian College of Arts and Sciences titled:

Fall 2022 – Multiculturalism in Human Communication

I have had the pleasure of teaching two courses at NYU Steinhardt, Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders:

Spring 2021 – The Assessment and Intervention of Multilingual Learners with Communication Disorders

Summer 2021 – Language Disorders in Children

University Guest Lectures

Examining Culturally-Sustaining Speech-Language Pathology Practices, Northwestern University, Virtual CSD Guest Lecture, August 2022. Discussed culturally-sustaining practices regarding assessment, intervention, consultations, and professional development in the SLP field

Navigating Professional Spaces as a Diverse Clinician, Emerson College, Virtual CSD Guest Lecture, November 2021. Discussed myths related to language disorders & bilingualism, implicit biases, microaggressions, linguistic racism, linguistic justice, and supporting equity in the SLP field

Childhood Apraxia of Speech/Severe Speech Sound Disorders in Multilinguals, New York University, Virtual Guest Lecture, May 2021. Discussed real life patient case studies, AAC, current research, and therapy approaches/assessments for children with severe SSDs/CAS.

Autism in Bilingual/Multi-Cultural Contexts, New York University ASD Course, Virtual Guest Lecture, March 2021. Discussed current research on language outcomes in bilingual children with ASD, as well as culturally and linguistically sustaining practices during therapy.

Encouraging Bilingualism and Diversity in the SLP Field, Francis Marion University, Guest Lecture; March 2021. Discussed the assessment and intervention of multilingual learners, as well as equity in the field of SLP.

Promoting Bilingualism and Diversity in the SLP Field, New York University, Professionals in CSD Speaker Series; November 2020. Discussed the benefits of bilingualism, strategies to encourage bilingualism, culturally responsive practices, increasing diversity, and how to be an anti-racist SLP.

Equity in the SLP Field Emerson College CSD Graduate Orientation, Virtual Presentation; August 2020. Discussed the implications of race and the CSD field, as well as strategies to support equity and increase diversity in the profession.

Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology Coursework

Teaching and Learning Manifesto

Focused Teaching and Learning Project

Education and Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology, Fall 2020

For a full list of presentations, conferences, and speaking engagements, check out my CV below.