Reynolds selected as WSHA president
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Clinical Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders Sondra Reynolds has been elected as president of the Wisconsin Speech-Language-Hearing Association (WSHA) for 2015-17.
“I am excited as we move forward we continue to work to meet the needs of all of our members,” said Reynolds. “Through a strong membership base, we can encourage and influence our legislators to make positive changes for the profession.”
As president, Reynolds will oversee all WHSA activities, including budget process, membership renewal and expansion, annual convention, publications, legislative advocacy on behalf of speech-language pathologists, audiologists, speech, language and hearing scientists and Wisconsin individuals with communication disorders and service for members and external stakeholders. Reynolds will also provide leadership and mentoring to the members of the executive board, its committees and WSHA membership committees to assure accomplishment of the strategic plan.
An alumna of UW-Stevens Point, Reynolds ’96, ’99 MSCDP also serves as the coordinator of the undergrad program in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders and the director of clinical services-speech and language pathology.
The mission of the Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association (WSHA) is to provide leadership and support for speech-language pathologists, audiologists and speech, language and hearing scientists in Wisconsin through advocacy, education and public awareness.