Stephanie Sala, M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD-BE earned her Master of Science degree in Speech & Language Pathology from Teachers College in May of 2015. She also pursued and obtained her Teaching of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) and Bilingual Extension in Spanish. She began her clinical career at NYU Langone Medical Center-Brooklyn, working with adults in the acute care setting. During her time at NYU, she provided speech, language, cognitive-linguistic, and clinical dysphagia evaluations, across a variety of different medical environments. She then transitioned to working with pediatrics at Blythedale Children’s Hospital. During her time at Blythedale she provided speech, language, feeding, AAC, and cognitive-linguistic evaluations and therapy for children with acquired brain injuries, congenital disorders, developmental delays, progressive neurodegenerative diseases, sensory-behavioral feeding difficulties, and tracheostomy and ventilator dependence in both medical and school-based settings. Stephanie has a passion and interest for working with the acquired brain injury population, across the lifespan. Prior to starting at Teachers College, Stephanie supervised graduate students in the field as an externship supervisor. Additionally, she was an adjunct Clinical Educator at Lehman College. As a Full-Time Clinical Supervisor at Teachers College, Stephanie finds it imperative to maintain open communication and serve as a resource and guide for her graduate students.