Colette Edwards is an AP Associate Professor, Co-Director of Graduate Study and a Clinical Educator in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has 18 years of experience as a public school speech-language pathologist and seven years as the Lead, serving students with a variety of speech-language disorders, preschool through high school ages. Her areas of clinical and research interest include reading and writing disorders, preschool language-literacy intervention, Foreign Accent Modification, and telepractice. She also has experience in supervision of SLP-Assistants, CFY Fellows, and graduate clinicians. Ms. Colette Edwards is a member of several professional organizations such as the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the North Carolina Association of Supervisors in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (NCASSPA), and the North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association (NCSHLA). Her service opportunities have included Treasurer, Membership Coordinator, President-elect and President for NCASSPA. NCSHLA positions held include Communiqué Editor (three years), co-chairing Committee for Education and Public Information(three years) and currently she is serving on the Planning committee. Ms. Edwards has worked five years as a full-time UNCG Clinical Educator and received NCASSPA’s Supervisor of the Year Award in 2012. Her favorite professional activity entails 15 years of coordinating camp opportunities for children with communication disorders.