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Ann Mitchell Horton

Ann Mitchell Horton, American health organization executive. License speech pathologist Tennessee, certified speech teacher Tennessee. Named Outstanding Alumnus, Memphis State University, 1992.

Background

Horton, Ann Mitchell was born on April 14, 1949 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Foy B. and Frances Louise (Mashbern) Mithchell.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tennessee, 1970. Master of Arts in Speech Pathology, Memphis State University, 1972. Postgraduate, Northern Illinois University, 1974.

Postgraduate, Chicago State University, 1974. Postgraduate, National College Education, 1975. Postgraduate, University Tennessee, 1976.

Postgraduate, University Tennessee, 1984. Postgraduate, University Cincinnati, 1985.

Career

Graduate assistant Memphis State University, Osceola, Arkansas, 1971—1972, clinical supervisor, 1972. Coordinator, speech and language programs Northwest Suburban Special Education Cooperative, Palatine, Illinois, 1972—1975, coordinator, reading programs, 1974—1975. Special services coordinator, handicapped children East Tennessee Children's Rehabilitation Center, Knoxville, 1975—1976.

Speech pathologist consultant National Health Corporation, Athens, Tennessee, 1976—1983, eastern regional coordinator, communication disorders service, 1983—1986, corporation coordinator, communication disorders services, since 1986. Founder Athens Out-Patient Rehabilitation Program.

Membership

Member of Tennessee Speech and Hearing Association (peer review committee since 1979, advisory board, Blue Cross & Blue Shield 1980-1984), American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (supportive personnel committee since 1987), National Health Corporation (co-chairman, quality assurance committee since 1982, co-chairman, supportive personnel committee since 1985, legislation council since 1990), National Association Female Executives.

Connections

Married Steven Michael Horton, December 20, 1970. Children: Matthew William, Emily Frances.