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Sondi Elizabeth Jackson

language educator

Sondi Elizabeth Jackson, American language educator. Certified clinical competence American Speech and Hearing Association, 1994, teacher State Board Education Connecticut, 1994, speech pathologist Connecticut Department Health, 1994. Recipient Presidential award, Elm City Club of National Association Negro Business and Professional Woman's Clubs, Inc., 1999, Appreciation award, 2000, Woman of Substance, Connecticut Post, 2005.

Background

Jackson, Sondi Elizabeth was born on January 19, 1961 in New Haven. Daughter of LaMotte and Thelma Jackson.

Education

Bachelor, Tufts University, 1982. Master of Science, Southern Connecticut State University, 1993. Diploma in Educational Leadership, Southern Connecticut State University, 2004.

Career

Speech language pathologist New Haven Public Schools, since 1993. Adjunct clinical supervisor Southern Connecticut State University, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Certified clinical competence American Speech and Hearing Association, 1994, teacher State Board Education Connecticut, 1994, speech pathologist Connecticut Department Health, 1994.

Membership

President Connecticut Affiliate National Black Association for Speech, Language and Hearing, New Haven, 1994—2005. Finance secretary Elm City Adult Club of National Association Negro Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc, since 2004. Member of Theta Epsilon Omega (membership chairperson since 2005).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading.

Connections

father:
LaMotte Jackson

mother:
Thelma Jackson