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WSHA Virtual Happy Hour: Students

When: August 11, 2020
7:00-8:00 pm
Where: Zoom Meeting
United States
Contact: WSHA Office

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WSHA Virtual Happy Hour: Students

August 11, 2020, 7:00-8:00 p.m. CST



Stay in your sweats, grab your favorite beverage, and connect with colleagues across Wisconsin during WSHA's Happy Hour Series.  Virtual networking is running from 6/16 through 8/25 and offers a meet-up for everybody.  Although sessions will be facilitated, these 1 hour gatherings offer an informal time for Q&A with colleagues, sharing resources, and connecting with others facing similar challenges and successes.



Sarah Marshall, MA, CCC-SLP is employed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Communication Aids and Systems Clinic (CASC), where she provides augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) evaluations and treatment. She also provides inpatient AAC consultation at the University of Wisconsin University Hospital (UWUH) and American Family Children’s Hospital (AFCH). Sarah currently serves as a member of Patient Provider Communication (PPC) Taskforce, which has developed a series of communication materials and trainings for healthcare workers to support communication for patients with COVID-19.


Roxanne Pilger M.S. CCC-SLP is a Regional Director for EBS Healthcare, managing therapy services, compliance and support to team members, families and students. She provides training and mentorship to therapists focusing on best practice, quality services and collaboration. She serves as a SEAL appointed by ASHA focusing on educational advocacy and support at state and local levels on policies that affect service delivery for speech language pathologists and audiologists in school settings. 


Rebecca Willer is a second-year graduate student studying for her master's degree in speech-language pathology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.She also serves as the Vice President for Programming in Speech-Language Pathology on the National NSSLHA Executive Council. Prior to graduate school, Rebecca completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. During her last year of undergrad, she served as the National NSSLHA Audiology Student State Officer in Wisconsin. 


Prompting Questions:

Please take a look at the questions below before you register for the event. The facilitators for this Virtual Happy Hour will be discussing the following items: 


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