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Ann Fennell, M.S., CCC-SLP is the Director of Clinical Education in the DePaul University Speech Language Pathology Program. Ms. Fennell earned her Speech-Language Pathology degrees from the University of Wisconsin (Master of Science) and Michigan State University (Bachelor of Arts). Ms. Fennell’s teaching is focused on clinical education, voice and resonance disorders, neurogenic communication disorders, Parkinson’s disease and international service learning. She is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in both Illinois and Iowa and has practiced in a variety of settings including rehabilitation hospitals, acute care hospitals, home health care, private practice and public schools.Ms. Fennell is deeply passionate about clinical education, having taught for over a combined 20 years at the University of Iowa and Indiana University. She has also spent much of her career teaching graduate student clinicians the knowledge and skills related to voice disorders. She previously taught a course on international service learning and led service-learning project in Managua, Nicaragua. She presents at local, state and national conferences in the areas of clinical education, voice disorders and voice habilitation, and international service learning. In addition to her work as a clinical educator, she teaches courses on clinical methods, voice and resonance disorders, child language development and international service learning. She has also taught First Year Seminars on topics which include cultural competence and humility and voice production. She was previously awarded grants from the Parkinson’s Voice Project and served as a consultant to the Departments of Otolaryngology and Neurology, Division of Movement Disorders, at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.