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Danielle Newberry Ripich, American communications educator. Certified speech pathologist. Grantee Murphy Foundation, 1986-1988, National Institute Aging, 1988-1993; recipient Best Clinical Practice award American Society Aging, 1996.


Ripich, Danielle Newberry was born on March 4, 1945 in Portsmouth, Ohio, United States. Daughter of J. Forde and June (Curtin) Newberry.


Bachelor, Cleveland State University, 1974. Master of Arts, Cleveland State University, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, Kent (Ohio) State University, 1982.


Instructor, Cleveland State University, 1980-1982;assistant professor, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1982-1989;director clinical education, executive office department communications, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1982-1989;associate professor communications, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, since 1989;professor, since 1994;associate director Centeron Aging and Health, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, since 1988;chair department communication science, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1989-1995;associate dean College Arts & Sciences, Case We. Reserve U., Cleveland, since 1995. President Ripich Routman & Associations, Cleveland, since 1986.

Consultant Female Democratic Candidates, Cleveland, 1988-1989.


  • Certified speech pathologist.


Board member Eliza Jennings Home for the Elderly, Cleveland, since 1988. Member American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (education consultant, Outstanding Contribution to Profession 1983), Council Graduate Programs in Speech Pathology and Audiology (executive committee 1989-1991, president 1992), Alzheimer's Disease Association, International Reading Association, Women's Faculty Association (president 1988-1989).


Married Terry L. Ripich, May 30, 1964. Children: Amy Newberry, Michael Forde, Sarah Caroline.

J. Forde Newberry

June (Curtin) Newberry

Terry L. Ripich

Amy Newberry Ripich

Michael Forde Ripich

Sarah Caroline Ripich