Celia Hughell, born in Honduras, received her Master’s degree in Speech-Language
Pathology from San Francisco State University (SFSU), CA in 2015. In addition, Celia
participated in a grant called “Project CLLASS” (Collaborating for Language, Literacy
and Augmentative Services in Schools), and as a student clinical for a NIH-research
focused on narrative skills in children who use Augmentative and Alternative
Communication (AAC).

 

Currently, Celia is an Itinerant Bilingual Speech Therapist at
Marin County Office of Education (MCOE), CA where she provides speech-language
services for school age children in school settings. During summer time, Celia works at
Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area (DSCBA), a non-profit organization
providing speech and language services, and volunteers internationally with The Nika
Project. Celia has presented at a national and international conferences (ASHA in Los
Angeles, CA, and ISAAC in Australia). Celia spends her free time hiking or biking
around the Bay Area with her husband and friends.

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