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Lynda Ruth Campbell, American speech language pathologist. Certified Speech-Language Pathology.


Campbell, Lynda Ruth was born on April 2, 1958 in Sardis, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of David and Nezzie (McKinney) Campbell.


Bachelor, University Mississippi, Oxford, 1978. Master of Science, University Mississippi, Oxford, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, Howard University, Washington, 1985.


Speech language pathologist, Oxford Child Development Center, 1979-1980;speech language pathologist, Hospital for Sick Children, Washington, 1980-1981;consultant, Howard U., Washington, 1982-1985;assistant professor, Southern U., Baton Rouge, 1985-1989;assistant professor, St. Saint Louis University, 1989-1993;associate professor, interim chair committee disorders, St. Saint Louis University, 1993-1995;chair department committee disorders, since 1995. Consultant Virgin Islands Special Education Training, Howard U., Orleans Parish Schools. Visiting faculty Indiana U., Bloomington, 1988.

Advisory in field.


Consultant Divine Guidance Christian School. Fellow American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Member Institute for Social Education Development (vice president board directors), National Black Association Speech Language, National Black Association for Speech-Language-Hearing (board directors since 1989, chair nominations and resolutions), American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (continuing education award), Multicultural Issues Board, Council Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorcers (nominations committee), National Distinguished Service Registry Speech, Language and Hearing, Eastern Star, Zeta Phi Beta.