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Lynne Wilson Clark, American speech and language pathology educator. Fellow Brookdale Center on Aging, 1988; grantee City University of New York, 1989, Administration on Aging, 1989.


Clark, Lynne Wilson was born on April 29, 1947 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of John Lucas and Lillian (Stekl) Wilson.


Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, City University of New York, 1984.


Speech pathologist I.C.D. Rehabilitation Center, New York City, 1973-1975, New York University Medical Center-Goldwater Hospital, New York City, 1975. Clinical supervisor Burke Rehabilitation Center, White Plains, New York, 1975-1977. Instructor Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing, 1977-1979.

Professor speech-language pathological, chairman department Hunter College, City University of New York, since 1984. Editorial consultant Williams & Wilkens, Baltimore,1986. Member Hunter-Mount Sinai Geriatric Education Center, New York City, since 1986.

Member faculty Brookdale Center on Aging, New York City, 1987-1988. Consultant New Medico, Darien, Connecticut, 1982-1984. Frequent presenter to national, state and regional gerontological and aphasia conferences.


Co-leader Girl Scouts United States of America, Valley Cottage, New York, 1988-1990. Member American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (certified, peer reviewer 1987, legislation counselor 1990-1993, 95—), New York State Speech-Language and Hearing Association (secretary 1986-1987, treasurer 1987-1989), New York Academy of Sciences.


Married Arthur Edward Clark, September 5, 1970. Children: Meggan, Matthew.