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CSD professors accepted to ASHA's Leadership Development Program

Mary Pyfrom, Devon Weist, Marian Lowther

Marian Lowther, CCC-SLP, Mary Pyfrom, MA, CCC-SLP, MT-BC, and Devon Weist, AuD, CCC-A, were selected to participate in ASHA's 2022 Leadership Development Program for audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

This year-long program is designed to encourage the development of ASHA members' leadership skills through a series of webinars. It also promotes giving back to the profession through volunteering. The program kicks off this April.

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