Meet the 2018–2019 National NSSLHA Executive and Regional Councils A new National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) executive council and regional council began their terms on July 1. ASHA News
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Meet the 2018–2019 National NSSLHA Executive and Regional Councils
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Meet the 2018–2019 National NSSLHA Executive and Regional Councils
The ASHA Leader, September 2018, Vol. 23, 64. doi:10.1044/leader.AN6.23092018.64
The ASHA Leader, September 2018, Vol. 23, 64. doi:10.1044/leader.AN6.23092018.64
A new National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) executive council and regional council began their terms on July 1.
Executive Council
  • President: Teigan Beck, Utah State University (speech-language pathology)

  • President-Elect: Teffany Ventura, Towson University (audiology)

  • Vice President for Finance: Kevin Kock, University of Iowa (audiology)

  • Vice President for Academic Affairs: Chelsea Woodard, James Madison University (speech-language pathology)

  • Vice President for Student State Officers–Audiology: JJ Whicker, Utah State University

  • Vice President for Student State Officers–Speech-Language Pathology: Aya Khalil, California State University–Sacramento

  • Vice President for Programming–Audiology: Brandon Roppel, Northern Illinois University

  • Vice President for Programming–Speech-Language Pathology: Sarah Sadler, Illinois State University

  • Vice President for Government Relations and Public Policy: Michelle D’Mello, California State University–Fullerton (speech-language pathology)

  • Vice President for Planning: Charlotte Miller, Plattsburgh State University (speech-language pathology)

NSSLHA Regional Council
  • West: Leilania Melendrez, San Diego State University (speech-language pathology)

  • Central: Mariah Benz, Minnesota State University–Moorhead (speech-language pathology)

  • Northeast: Jennifer Blake, Long Island University–Brooklyn (speech-language pathology)

  • South: Delphanie Wu, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (audiology)

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