Ann Wallace, M.S., CCC/SLP
Office: Virgil Henson Activities Center, Room 242S
Ms. Wallace holds a B.S. degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Texas in Austin and an M.S. degree from Texas Women’s University. She holds the “Certificate of Clinical Competence” from the American Speech and Hearing Association as well as licensure in the states of Texas and Oklahoma.
Teaching and Related Service Ms. Wallace is a licensed Speech Pathologist and has worked in the field of Speech/Language Pathology for over 20 years in a variety of settings including hospital and rehab centers, long term care facilities, and public schools. She joined the Department of Communication Disorders at WTAMU in spring, 2008 as a part time instructor teaching “Swallowing Disorders” and “Voice Disorders”. She became a full time instructor in spring, 2010 and works primarily in the area of clinical instruction and supervision in clinical practicum. She is certified in LSVT, a voice treatment program for persons with Parkinson’s Disease. She has a particular interest in voice and swallowing disorders.
Ms. Wallace lives in Amarillo with her husband, Buddy. She has 4 children and 4 grandchildren. She enjoys running and has completed 12 marathons including Chicago, New York, and the Boston marathon. Ms. Wallace is biking across the United States in the Summer of 2013.