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Darlene Gould Davies, American speech pathology/audiology services professional. License speech pathologist California Board Medical Quality Assurance.


Davies, Darlene Gould was born on April 28, 1939 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Allen Charles and Loretta Catherine (Geary) Geer.


Bachelor with honors, San Diego State University, 1962. Master of Arts, San Diego State University, 1965. Postgraduate, Purdue University, 1965—1966.


Instructor speech and drama Bishop's School, La Jolla, California, 1961. Speech pathologist, supervisor chairman speech pathology department Children's Health Center, San Diego, 1967—1971. Director speech and hearing clinic Naval Regional Medical Center, Balboa Naval Hospital, 1971—1976.

Clinic coordinator, assistant professor communicative disorders San Diego State University, since 1976. Member professional advisory board San Diego Speech and Hearing Neurosensory Ctr, San Diego, 1971—1974. Member faculty Point Loma College Graduate School Education.

Consultant several San Diego county school districts, 1977—1981. Community producer arts features Station KPBS-FM Radio, 1985—1986. Interviewer, narrator television films Learning Resource Center, San Diego State University, 1983—1986.


Member San Diego City Advisory Board on Women, 1981. Board visitors Bishop's School, La Jolla, 1983. Founder Old Globe Theatre, board directors, since 1986.

Member of University Women San Diego, Alexander Graham Bell Association for Deaf, American Speech Language and Hearing Assn (certified clinical competence in speech pathology, assistant book review editor 1981-1984), Mortar Board Alumni Association.


Married Lowell Davies (deceased ). 1 child David Gould.