Carolyn W. Byrd, M.S., CCC-SLP

Coordinator of Speech Language Pathology



        1982 M.S. from University of Southern Mississippi

        1976 B.S. from Mississippi University for Women


        Employment History

        September 1, 2010, to present

Coordinator of Speech Pathology at USA Speech and Hearing Center

        June 1988 to August 31, 2010

Clinical Instructor in Speech Pathology, University of South Alabama Speech and Hearing Center

        August 1985 to May 1988

Speech Language Pathologist with Mobile County Public Schools, Mobile, AL

        January 1983 to May 1985

Speech Language Pathologist with Forrest County Schools in Hattiesburg, Mississippi

        August 1982 thru December 1982

Sales Manager Occupational Safety and Health Services, Inc., Hattiesburg, MS

        September 1980 thru May 1982

Speech Language Pathologist serving Head Start Centers in South Mississippi

        September 1976 thru May 1980

Speech Language Pathologist with Lumberton Line Consolidated Schools, Lumberton, MS


        Special Qualifications

        Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Pathology from American Speech-Language Hearing Association

        Licensed by Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology

        Teacher Certification in AL 1985 thru 2005

        Teacher Certification in MS 1976 thru 1992

        Auditory Verbal Therapy Training 40+ hours thru Alabama Ear Institute (2006 2008)

        Listed as therapy provider by The Stuttering Foundation



        American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)

        Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama (SHAA)

        Bay Area Speech and Hearing Association (BASHA)

        Alpha Eta Society, College of Allied Health, University of South Alabama


        Teaching Experience

        SHS 480 Issues in Clinical Practicum 1988 to present

        SLP 596 Clinical Practicum in Speech Pathology 1988 to present


        Areas of Professional Interest

        Language Learning Disabilities

        Language and Auditory Processing