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Clinical Professor and Director of Clinical Education and Services at the University of Colorado, Boulder in the Department of Speech Language Hearing Sciences. She also holds a faculty appointment in the School of Education and Human Development at University of Colorado Denver and Health Sciences Center, where she teaches graduate coursework in language and literacy, and medical physiological aspects of developmental disabilities, strategies in intervention, and language and literacy k-2.
Her areas of research, publication presentations, and program development include early language and literacy learning, bilingualism, advocacy, culturally responsive, and family centered partnerships and practices for young children and families from culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse backgrounds. Susan has been author and director of over thirty state and federally funded personnel preparation projects and is a nationally recognized speaker with well over 100 state and national presentations.
Susan is currently involved with the state level Special Quest Leadership Team Initiative for professional development, is a member of the Boulder County Early Childhood Advisory Council, consults with the Colorado Department of Education, and with several projects of national significance including Crosswalks: Outreach to Infuse Diversity in Pre-Service Education. She is a Fellow of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, a Board Recognized Specialist in Child Language and has received numerous recognitions including the Honors of the Colorado State Association given her many contributions to teaching and the profession.