Sandra Glista is MSHA president-elect
June 16, 2005
KALAMAZOO--Sandra Glista, clinical specialist in speech pathology and audiology at Western Michigan University, is serving as president-elect of the Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association and will serve as president during 2006.
In her leadership role, Glista represented Michigan speech-language pathologists and audiologists at the Council of State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Presidents and the 2005 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Policy Workshop held in Minneapolis in May.
Current issues facing MSHA include passing legislation to license speech-language pathologists, generating solutions for speech-language pathologist personnel shortages in the state, advocating for service delivery to citizens with communication disorders and completing a long-range plan for the association.
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