Dr. Greene 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, Dr. Greene worked primarily with preschool and early elementary aged students, including doing classroom-based language and literacy enrichment with at-risk and special education pre-schoolers.
As the clinical director for the MSLP program, she manages the on-campus Rite Care Clinic and makes all clinical assignments for students as well as facilitating internship placements across the country for second year students.
She teaches courses in professional practice and directly supervises student clinicians. Her areas of clinical expertise include childhood apraxia of speech, phonological disorders, and early language development and delay.
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Education and Training
- EdD, Nova Southeastern University Concentration, Speech-Language Pathology
- MS, Western Illinois University Communication Sciences and Disorders
- BS, Illinois State University Speech-Language Pathology
I am always inspired by the innate intelligence children have. I've been a pediatric SLP my whole career and children never cease to amaze me with their ability to communicate and connect with their world, sometimes in very unique ways. Even the most challenged children have much to say if we take the time to listen.
Dr. Greene, on what inspires her
More About Dr. Greene
Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology I, II and III
Clinical Experience I, II and III
Member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Member of the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Member of the Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Member of the Quad City Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Member of American Mensa
Past public awareness chairperson of the Quad City Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Past president of the Quad City Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Currently serves as a mentor as part of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's Student to Empowered Professional program
Currently serves on St. Ambrose University's Student Conduct Review Board
Currently serves on the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Committee