DuBard School at Southern Miss welcomes new staff members | Schools
The DuBard School for Language Disorders at The University of Southern Mississippi welcomed six new members to its staff this fall, including three speech-language pathologists, two teacher assistants and a communications coordinator.
As the summer break came to a close and students returned to school, there were a few new faces to greet them at the door. New to the teaching staff are speech-language pathologists Dedra Clark-Allen, M.A., Tara Courtney, M.S., and Kelly Parker, M.S.
Clark-Allen, Courtney and Parker have all received their Certificate of Clinical Competence in speech-language pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and have a combined 47 years of experience in the field. Courtney is leading a class of full-time enrolled students, while Clark-Allen and Parker work in Outclient Services, meeting the needs of children who require only part-time assistance.
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