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Margaret Lee Lemme

Margaret Lee Lemme, American speech and language pathologist. Hew grantee Social Rehab Services. Fellow American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (certified, legislation councilor 1977-1984); member Colorado Speech-Language and Hearing Association (vice president comprehensive planning 1985), Clinical Aphasiology Society (treasurer since 1978).

Background

Lemme, Margaret Lee was born on May 31, 1943 in West Point, New York, United States. Daughter of William Philip and Eileen (Randle) Lemme.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Oklahoma, 1965. Master of Arts, Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, University Colorado, 1974.

Career

Instructor Gallaudet College, Washington, 1968-1970. Trainee Veterans Administration Hospital, Denver, 1970-1972. Instructor Health Sciences Center, 1972-1974.

From assistant to associate professor speech-language pathology University Denver, since 1974. Professional advisory board Rehabilitation Center, Denver, 1976-1979. Research consultant Veterans Administration Hospital, Minneapolis, 1976-1977.

Consultant Children's Hospital, Denver, since 1976, Child Development Center, Denver, 1977-1978.

Membership

Fellow American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (certified, legislation councilor 1977-1984). Member Colorado Speech-Language and Hearing Association (vice president comprehensive planning 1985), Clinical Aphasiology Society (treasurer since 1978).