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AAA and ASHA presidents: A commitment to dialogue

Shelly Chabon, Deborah Carlson

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This spring I attended my first American Academy of Audiology (AAA) AudiologyNOW! convention and had the opportunity to meet with many of my audiology associates. I was especially pleased to meet one of my heroes, Charles Berlin, a professor at the University of South Florida and a true leader in the profession; a new and trusted colleague, Eric Hagberg, president of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology; and fellow volunteer leaders Therese Walden, 2011-2012 AAA president, and Deborah (Deb) Carlson, then president-elect and now 2012-2013 AAA president. I enjoyed the exchange of ideas, information and insights, and Deb and I shared the mutual excitement we felt for our new roles in the year ahead. After this encounter, I invited Deb to co-author this column to continue the discourse between two volunteer leaders dedicated to working collaboratively and to keeping the lines of communication open.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalASHA Leader
Volume17
Issue number8
StatePublished - Jul 3 2012

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From the president : AAA and ASHA presidents: A commitment to dialogue. / Chabon, Shelly; Carlson, Deborah.

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