Stacie Greene is the clinical director for the Master of Speech-Language Pathology Program. She is a Quad Cities native who worked in the public schools in Illinois and Michigan for 10 years before joining the SAU Master of Speech-Language Pathology program in 2009.
During her time in the public school setting, Greene worked primarily with preschool and early elementary aged students, including doing classroom-based language and literacy enrichment with at-risk and special education preschoolers. Greene teaches the Clinical Experience I and II courses in the department. Her areas of clinical interest include childhood apraxia of speech, phonological disorders, early language development and delay, and fluency.
Greene is a movie fanatic, and she enjoys reading, sewing, playing video games, and relaxing with her children.
EdD, Nova Southeastern University
MS, Western Illinois University
Communication Sciences and Disorders
BS, Illinois State University