Lisa is an adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor at the Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders at Teachers College, Columbia University. She teaches weekly seminar courses about various topics for the beginning to advanced graduate clinician. Lisa directly supervises 6-7 graduate clinicians each semester who are working with patients with a variety of speech and language disorders. Additionally, she collaborates with a variety of professionals in an academic setting to maintain accreditations by ASHA and to develop clinic policies.
She graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Speech and Hearing Sciences. She graduated with a MA in Speech-Language Pathology from the Robert L. Milisen Speech-Language and Hearing Clinics at Indiana University. She was awarded the Departmental Associate Instructorship and held a teaching assistant position for American Sign Language during her graduate studies.
Lisa’s clinical experiences range across the lifespan from infants and toddlers through geriatric. However, her primary clinical interests and areas of expertise are in pediatric feeding/swallowing, developmental language and speech disorders & delays, while further expanding the knowledge of the parents, medical professionals, and teachers of the children whom she services.