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.
MS, Western Illinois University
Communication Sciences and Disorders
BS, Illinois State University