Dear MSHA Colleagues,


Greetings. If you are a member of ASHA please consider voting by Monday, June 30, 2008, for Tommie Robinson for President-Elect of ASHA. He is a fellow Mississippian by birth (Friars Point). His resume follows this message.


In my opinion he will represent all SLPs and Auds with respect, professionalism, and vision.


Call if you have a question. My contact information is 662.915.5124 or


Thank you.


Gloria D. Kellum, CCC-SLP

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Tommie L. Robinson, Jr., PhD, CCC-SLP

Board Recognized Specialist-Fluency Disorders

Director, Scottish Rite Center for Childhood Language Disorders

Children’s Hearing and Speech Center

Children’s Hospital and

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Washington, D.C.


Leadership Experience

ASHA Vice President for Quality of Service in Speech-Language Pathology (2005-2007)

Member, ASHA Committee on Budget (2205-2007)                                                               

Member, ASHA Committee on Committees (2005-2007)

Chair, Legacy Committee (2006-2007)

Chair, Committee on Honors (2003)

Chair, ASHA Convention Program Committee (2002)

Chair, SLP Education summit (2006-2007)

ASHA Legislative Council (1994-2005)

Board member, National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (1994-2000)

Secretary, Specialty Board on Fluency Disorders (2005)

State Association President (1994)


Work Experience

Staff Speech-Language Pathologist – District of Columbia Public Schools (1986-1987)

Staff, Speech language pathologist – Children’s Hospital (1986-1989)

Coordinator (inpatient & out patient services) – Children’s Hospital (1989-1992)

Division Director, Children’s Hospital/Scottish Rite Center (1992- present)

Clinical Service Contractor, District of Columbia Public Schools (1999-present)

University Professor (1995-present)



There is joy in getting to know the members of this association (individually and collectively).  Leadership is about putting their concerns and needs into action.





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