CSD Clinical Faculty

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AnnMarie L. Bates M.S., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

AnnMarie L. Bates, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech and Language Pathologist at Elliott Elementary in Holt, Michigan. AnnMarie earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology in 1994, and her Master’s of Science in Speech and Language Pathology in 1997, both from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Over the course…Read More

AnnMarie L. Bates, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech and Language Pathologist at Elliott Elementary in Holt, Michigan. AnnMarie earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology in 1994, and her Master’s of Science in Speech and Language Pathology in 1997, both from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Over the course of her career she has worked in many different settings, including home health, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation, Acute Care, and the school based setting.

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Lisa C. Bolton-Hunt M.A., CCC-SLP

Lisa received her B.A. and M.A. in Speech Language Pathology from Michigan State University in 1982. Other degrees include a B.S. in Psychology (MSU) 1978, and post graduate work in Psychology at Connecticut College New London, Connecticut and MDiv from Western Theological Seminary, Holland, MI in 2012. Lisa began her career in 1982 as an…Read More

Lisa received her B.A. and M.A. in Speech Language Pathology from Michigan State University in 1982. Other degrees include a B.S. in Psychology (MSU) 1978, and post graduate work in Psychology at Connecticut College New London, Connecticut and MDiv from Western Theological Seminary, Holland, MI in 2012. Lisa began her career in 1982 as an SLP with Michigan Association for Better Hearing and Speech (now known as MADHS) providing contract speech support at Ingham Medical (McLaren) Lansing General and Clinton Memorial hospitals, Visiting Nurses Association, and Head Start. Lisa served as a speech language pathologist in both adult and pediatric rehabilitation, promoted to supervisor and later Department Manager of Pediatric Rehabilitation at Sparrow Hospital from 1990-2006. Currently Lisa works as an itinerant Speech Language Pathologist for Clinton County RESA in the Ovid Elsie School District. Lisa has worked with CCRESA since 2006 with children in K-12, and in summers on the Early On team doing home treatment and diagnostics with children birth to 3. She has a particular interest in Early Childhood (birth to 3) and in working with children with Apraxia of Speech and language disorders. She has been a supervisor for graduate students since 1991. She loves to share her knowledge of childhood speech and language intervention and development with her graduate students and to learn from her students-there is always something new and exciting we can learn from each other.

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Lauren Broyles M.S., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Lauren L. Broyles, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech and Language Pathologist with Eaton Regional Education Service Agency (ERESA) at Fuller Street Elementary in Nashville, Michigan . Lauren earned her Bachelor’s of Applied Arts in Communication Disorders and Leadership in 2007 from Central Michigan University and her Master’s of Science in Speech Language Pathology in 2009…Read More

Lauren L. Broyles, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech and Language Pathologist with Eaton Regional Education Service Agency (ERESA) at Fuller Street Elementary in Nashville, Michigan . Lauren earned her Bachelor’s of Applied Arts in Communication Disorders and Leadership in 2007 from Central Michigan University and her Master’s of Science in Speech Language Pathology in 2009 from East Tennessee State University. Lauren holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and a Michigan Speech Language Pathology professional license. She has provided clinical services to both pediatric and adult clients with a multitude of communication impairments in various settings including Skilled Nursing Facilities, Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation, campus university teaching clinics, and the school based setting. Lauren has been a clinical supervisor for graduate students and clinical fellows since 2010 beginning at the University of Tennessee and now with Michigan State University. Go green!

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Michelle Bush M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Michelle Bush is a Speech-Language Pathologist who earned both her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Audiology and Speech Sciences and Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology at Michigan State University.  Michelle worked with the acute, sub-acute, and outpatient adult rehabilitation population since 2001.  Currently as the Director of Rehabilitation Services at Eaton County Health &…Read More

Michelle Bush is a Speech-Language Pathologist who earned both her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Audiology and Speech Sciences and Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology at Michigan State University.  Michelle worked with the acute, sub-acute, and outpatient adult rehabilitation population since 2001.  Currently as the Director of Rehabilitation Services at Eaton County Health & Rehabilitation Services, Michelle has mentored students directly and indirectly overseen the supervision of multiple students at her site.  Michelle has participated in a guest panel for the Master’s program at MSU in Speech-Language Pathology.  Michelle’s interest in partnering with MSU involves assisting in exposing graduate students to the need for sub-acute SLPs and their role in rehabilitating patients back to their prior environment after acute medical events.  Michelle also has extensive knowledge and experience with documentation, billing, and coding for services.

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Jodi Cohen M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Jodi Cohen is a Speech and Language Pathologist who earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech and Audiology Sciences in 1993 and her Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2001, both from Michigan State University. Jodi holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and a Michigan Speech…Read More

Jodi Cohen is a Speech and Language Pathologist who earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech and Audiology Sciences in 1993 and her Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2001, both from Michigan State University. Jodi holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and a Michigan Speech Language Pathology professional license. She has provided clinical services to both pediatric and adult clients with a multitude of communication impairments in various settings. She is the owner of SLP Associates, Speech & Language Services, in addition to working for Lansing Public Schools. Jodi has been a clinical supervisor for graduate students and clinical fellows since 2002.

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Laurie Dimambro M.S., CCC-SLP, CBIS

Clinical Faculty

Laurie Dimambro received her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in December 1987 and has held a Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech Language Pathology since October 1988. Ms. Dimambro holds a current license in Speech Language Pathology from the State of Michigan, and is a Certified…Read More

Laurie Dimambro received her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in December 1987 and has held a Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech Language Pathology since October 1988. Ms. Dimambro holds a current license in Speech Language Pathology from the State of Michigan, and is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and Interprofessional  Educator Provider.

Ms. Dimambro has been actively working in the clinical field of adult neurogenic communication disorders since 1988.  During that time, she has provided direct service delivery to a diverse caseload of adults with neurologic diagnoses, with specialization in the evaluation and treatment of aphasia, motor speech disorders, and cognitive communicative disorders resulting from traumatic brain injury.  She served as Program Supervisor of the McLaren Head Injury Program, Flint, Michigan, from 1991 to 1999, where she was responsible for the supervision of interdisciplinary treatment staff and daily operations within an outpatient treatment setting for adults and children with traumatic brain injury.   Ms. Dimambro is the current senior speech language pathologist at McLaren Rehabilitation Institute, Flint, Michigan, where she provides direct clinical services to adults with neurogenic communication disorders as well as coordination and supervision of clinical fellowships and graduate speech internship placements.  She has personally supervised graduate interns from Michigan State University since the fall of 2011 and has actively participated in university graduate program panel discussions to further educate speech students regarding current responsibilities and challenges in outpatient adult neurorehabilitation.

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Julianna Filice-Hanna

Clinical Faculty

Julianna completed her Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Audiology Sciences at Michigan State University in 2001, and her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, from Rush University in Chicago in 2003. She is a Senior Speech-Language Pathologist at McLaren-Greater Lansing, treating acute care and outpatient adults. Julianna’s clinical interests include aphasia, dysphagia and trach/vent…Read More

Julianna completed her Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Audiology Sciences at Michigan State University in 2001, and her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, from Rush University in Chicago in 2003. She is a Senior Speech-Language Pathologist at McLaren-Greater Lansing, treating acute care and outpatient adults. Julianna’s clinical interests include aphasia, dysphagia and trach/vent care. She enjoys educating others on the role of the SLP in acute care and is a resource in the hospital providing inservices to nursing staff and new medical residents. Julianna is part of the Clinical Development team and engaged in reviewing research for optimum care for rehabilitation patients. She is currently completing MBSimP training to improve dysphagia assessment skills and intervention. Julianna enjoys working with second-year graduate students and looks forward to building relationships with the CSD department to further the education of the future clinicians in speech-language pathology.

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Brooke Frommeyer M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Brooke Frommeyer is a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, with a Master of Arts Degree from Western Michigan University. She has worked with adults in acute care, home care, subacute, and outpatient settings. Diagnostics and intervention for dysphagia and communication disorders resulting from medical sources are ac f clinical interest.

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Brooke Frommeyer is a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, with a Master of Arts Degree from Western Michigan University. She has worked with adults in acute care, home care, subacute, and outpatient settings. Diagnostics and intervention for dysphagia and communication disorders resulting from medical sources are ac f clinical interest.

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Ellen Gehl M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Ellen Gehl graduated from MSU with her BA in 1981 and from Eastern Michigan University with an MA in 1982. She currently works as an itinerant Speech Language Pathologist with Ingham Intermediate School Distric. She has a strong interest in autism spectrum disorders and is part of the Capital Region Autism Network (CRAN). Ellen is…Read More

Ellen Gehl graduated from MSU with her BA in 1981 and from Eastern Michigan University with an MA in 1982. She currently works as an itinerant Speech Language Pathologist with Ingham Intermediate School Distric. She has a strong interest in autism spectrum disorders and is part of the Capital Region Autism Network (CRAN). Ellen is a former executive board member of the Michigan Speech Language Hearing Association. She provides supervision to interns.

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Emily Graham

Emily Graham is a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist, who graduated with her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Michigan State University. Emily completed her clinical fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital, training in outpatient and inpatient medical speech-language pathology for both adult and pediatric patients. She is currently a staff speech-language pathologist…Read More

Emily Graham is a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist, who graduated with her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Michigan State University. Emily completed her clinical fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital, training in outpatient and inpatient medical speech-language pathology for both adult and pediatric patients. She is currently a staff speech-language pathologist at Henry Ford Health System, practicing out of locations in Dearborn, Southfield and Detroit. Emily works with a variety of populations, including outpatient pediatrics, inpatient adult acute care and multidisciplinary team diagnostics for autism spectrum disorders.

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Emily Graham

Clinical Faculty

Emily Graham is a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist, who graduated with her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Michigan State University. Emily completed her clinical fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital, training in outpatient and inpatient medical speech-language pathology for both adult and pediatric patients. She is currently a staff speech-language pathologist…Read More

Emily Graham is a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist, who graduated with her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Michigan State University. Emily completed her clinical fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital, training in outpatient and inpatient medical speech-language pathology for both adult and pediatric patients. She is currently a staff speech-language pathologist at Henry Ford Health System, practicing out of locations in Dearborn, Southfield and Detroit. Emily works with a variety of populations, including outpatient pediatrics, inpatient adult acute care and multidisciplinary team diagnostics for autism spectrum disorders.

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Sarah Killinger

Clinical Faculty

Sarah is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist providing services for adult and pediatric populations at Comprehensive Speech and Therapy Center in Jackson, MI. She feels fortunate that the population the clinic serves affords her the opportunity to specialize. Her primary areas of interest include Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Apraxia of Speech, and Pediatric/Adult Dysphagia. She earned…Read More

Sarah is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist providing services for adult and pediatric populations at Comprehensive Speech and Therapy Center in Jackson, MI. She feels fortunate that the population the clinic serves affords her the opportunity to specialize. Her primary areas of interest include Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Apraxia of Speech, and Pediatric/Adult Dysphagia. She earned her MA in Speech-Language Pathology from Eastern Michigan University in 2008, and her BA in Linguistics from the University of Michigan in 2002.

She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology. She is certified in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP). When mentoring students she aims to motivate students to move from student clinician, to professional. She encourages creative and inspired therapy, creating an environment that is conducive to learning for the patients and clinicians.

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Melodie Koslosk M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Melodie Kosloski, M.A., CCC-SLP is a Speech and Language Pathologist at Dimondale Elementary School in Holt, Michigan. Melodie earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders in 1999 at the University of New Hampshire.

She earned her Master’s of Arts in Speech and Language Pathology in 2001 at Michigan State University. She has been…Read More

Melodie Kosloski, M.A., CCC-SLP is a Speech and Language Pathologist at Dimondale Elementary School in Holt, Michigan. Melodie earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders in 1999 at the University of New Hampshire.

She earned her Master’s of Arts in Speech and Language Pathology in 2001 at Michigan State University. She has been an SLP in the Holt Public School District for the past 14 years. She has provided Speech and Language therapy for many different school settings/populations including: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) program, Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) program, the Cognitively Impaired (CI) program, preschool, elementary school, middle school, and junior high school.

Clinical interests include: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), AAC use for Students with ASD, RtI / MTSS, Language-Based Reading Interventions, Phonological Processing Disorders, and Fluency Disorders.

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Amanda Lake M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Amanda Lake is a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist with a Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Michigan State University.  Amanda has worked in the brain injury field for over 14 years.  She founded her company, Practical Rehabilitation Services, LLC, in 2005, where she is the Director of Services, as well as a…Read More

Amanda Lake is a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist with a Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Michigan State University.  Amanda has worked in the brain injury field for over 14 years.  She founded her company, Practical Rehabilitation Services, LLC, in 2005, where she is the Director of Services, as well as a supervising and practicing clinician.  She provides home and community based functional cognitive-communication services to a wide range of clients.  Amanda has been actively involved with MSU as a clinical supervisor and guest lecturer/panelist for many years.  She is interested in how different supervisory approaches and behaviors impact graduate placement experiences and future effectiveness.  Cognitive-communication counseling along with community and caregiver training is at the heart of Amanda’s mission.  She is especially interested in research related to identification and implementation of informational & adjustment counseling guidelines.

Amanda’s professional affiliations include the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA), and the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI).

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Rachael Langley M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Rachael has been working in the public schools as a speech-language pathologist for 13 years. Currently working as an AAC Specialist at Eaton RESA, Rachael strives to spread the message about the importance of AAC and unlocking the communication potential of all students. Her collaborative efforts include organizing and hosting the Michigan AAC Conference at…Read More

Rachael has been working in the public schools as a speech-language pathologist for 13 years. Currently working as an AAC Specialist at Eaton RESA, Rachael strives to spread the message about the importance of AAC and unlocking the communication potential of all students. Her collaborative efforts include organizing and hosting the Michigan AAC Conference at Eaton RESA in 2014 & 2015. In addition, Rachael has been a contributor to the blog PrAACtical AAC, where she publishes materials and shares her experiences from the school-based setting.

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Laura E. Lenkey Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Laura E. Lenkey, Ph.D. CCC-SLP is a graduate of Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders and Masters of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology. Dr. Lenkey received her Doctorate degree from Florida State University in Human Sciences. She brings more than 30 years experience in: identifying, evaluating, and treating communication and related…Read More

Laura E. Lenkey, Ph.D. CCC-SLP is a graduate of Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders and Masters of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology. Dr. Lenkey received her Doctorate degree from Florida State University in Human Sciences. She brings more than 30 years experience in: identifying, evaluating, and treating communication and related disorders, academic instruction, and practicum and Clinical Fellowship supervision. Dr. Lenkey currently owns and operates the Abby D Centers, (Petoskey and Traverse City, MI) multi-discipline rehabilitation facilities specializing in provision of treatment of all diagnoses across the age span. The Abby D Center is a teaching facility providing practicum sites for students statewide. Dr. Lenkey is an active Member of ASHA, MSHA, BIA, BIAMI and Northern Michigan Brain Injury Network. She serves on the Advisory Council for MSHA and on the Planning Committee for the Northern Michigan Brain Injury Network.

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Kathleen S. Murnen M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Kathleen Murnen MA CCC/SLP is a Senior Speech/Language Pathologist practicing at Children’s Hospital of MI-RIM /Detroit Medical Center, Rehabilitation Outpatient satellites.  She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Bowling Green State University.  Actively seeking continuing education, she has been the recipient of two continuing education awards ACE from ASHA.  Her continuing education has been…Read More

Kathleen Murnen MA CCC/SLP is a Senior Speech/Language Pathologist practicing at Children’s Hospital of MI-RIM /Detroit Medical Center, Rehabilitation Outpatient satellites.  She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Bowling Green State University.  Actively seeking continuing education, she has been the recipient of two continuing education awards ACE from ASHA.  Her continuing education has been focused in the areas of Apraxia, Augmentative Communication, Autism and Dysphagia. She is trained in PROMPT, NDT and LAMP and certified in LSVT.

As the coordinator of graduate placements and an active mentor, she makes it a personal goal to ensure that the students that leave Children’s Hospital of MI/RIM’s mentoring program have the skills needed to move onto their next placements. Through the mentoring program she assists clinicians and students with the development of a successful supervision experience, helping them gain clinical reasoning /problem solving, and family counseling skills.

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Danielle Pyle M.S., CCC-SLP, CPCRT

Clinical Faculty

Danielle Pyle is a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist providing cognitive-communicative treatment to adults and adolescents who have sustained traumatic brain injury. She received her Bachelor’s degree from MSU, Master’s degree from Rush University in Chicago and is Certified in the Practice of Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy through the Society for Cognitive Rehabilitation. She is a…Read More

Danielle Pyle is a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist providing cognitive-communicative treatment to adults and adolescents who have sustained traumatic brain injury. She received her Bachelor’s degree from MSU, Master’s degree from Rush University in Chicago and is Certified in the Practice of Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy through the Society for Cognitive Rehabilitation. She is a member of the advisory committee for the Capital Area Healthcare Education Partnership program and actively contributes to the MSU CSD Department through presentations, collaboration, and providing supervision to graduate level students.

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Julie Rairigh M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

Julie A. Rairigh received her B.A. at the University of Michigan and her M.A. at Michigan State University. She has worked with East Lansing Public Schools for the past 10 years and maintains a private practice. Her private practice is designed primarily to work with children with severe speech sound errors, or a history of…Read More

Julie A. Rairigh received her B.A. at the University of Michigan and her M.A. at Michigan State University. She has worked with East Lansing Public Schools for the past 10 years and maintains a private practice. Her private practice is designed primarily to work with children with severe speech sound errors, or a history of severe speech sound errors, with concomitant pre-reading and reading skill deficits.

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Rosemarie S. Roberts M.A., CCC-SLP, CBIS

Clinical Faculty

Rose has both Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Michigan State University.  Rose’s primary interest is to provide highly functional rehabilitation to those with brain injuries due to stroke, trauma, or surgery. She provides assessment and treatment to improve attention, memory, receptive and expressive language, dysphagia, problem solving/reasoning, speed of processing, executive…Read More

Rose has both Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Michigan State University.  Rose’s primary interest is to provide highly functional rehabilitation to those with brain injuries due to stroke, trauma, or surgery. She provides assessment and treatment to improve attention, memory, receptive and expressive language, dysphagia, problem solving/reasoning, speed of processing, executive functioning skills, and more. Clients served range from the severely impaired, medically complex individual relearning basic cognitive and communication skills, to the mildly impaired professional or student, planning to return to the competitive work force or school setting.  Rose is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, a nationally recognized certification established by the Brain Injury Association of America.  She has been supervising second year graduate clinicians since 1988.

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