Goodson Joins 2019 ASHA Board Barbara Goodson, newly elected chair of ASHA’s Speech-Language Pathology Advisory Council (SLPAC), will join the 2019–2021 ASHA Board of Directors when its term begins Jan. 1, 2019. Goodson is a clinician in the Bond County Community Unit School District #2 in Greenville, Illinois, and an adjunct instructor at Greenville University. ... ASHA News
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Goodson Joins 2019 ASHA Board
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ASHA News   |   October 01, 2018
Goodson Joins 2019 ASHA Board
The ASHA Leader, October 2018, Vol. 23, 64. doi:10.1044/leader.AN5.23102018.64
The ASHA Leader, October 2018, Vol. 23, 64. doi:10.1044/leader.AN5.23102018.64
Barbara Goodson, newly elected chair of ASHA’s Speech-Language Pathology Advisory Council (SLPAC), will join the 2019–2021 ASHA Board of Directors when its term begins Jan. 1, 2019.
Goodson is a clinician in the Bond County Community Unit School District #2 in Greenville, Illinois, and an adjunct instructor at Greenville University.
A speech-language pathologist for more than 30 years, Goodson earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Eastern Illinois University, and has worked in private practice/early intervention, hospital, home health, university and public school settings.
Goodson was elected to a three-year term as an SLPAC representative from Illinois in 2016 and re-elected to a second three-year-term. She participated in ASHA’s 2011 Leadership Development Program, served as president of the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and is an affiliate of ASHA Special Interest Group 16, School-Based Issues.
“My top priority will be to continue to further the charge of identifying and discussing issues and concerns of members,” Goodson says. “In addition to planning quality meetings, I will facilitate ongoing meaningful discussions throughout the year. I have learned that while each state has its own challenges, we face many of them together. Through networking and problem-solving we can help make effective communication accessible and achievable for all.”
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