Teresa Irene Anthony, MHA, MA, CCC-SLPClinic Director, Visiting Clinical Instructor ICell Phone (281) 636-2327 [email protected], FLEDUCATIONUniversity of South Florida, College of Public Health (Tampa, FL)Ph.D., Public Health, Concentration: Health Services ResearchAdmitted to begin August 2021University of South Florida, College of Public Health (Tampa, FL)Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)May 2021University of Houston (Houston, TX)Master of Arts, Speech-Language PathologyUniversity of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX)Bachelor of Science, Speech-Language Pathology, Summa Cum LaudeAugust 2007December 2005LEADERSHIP TRAININGCouncil of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences & Disorders Leadership Academy, selected fromapplication processApril 2019ASHA Leadership Development Program, selected from competitive application process Summers 2018 –2019RESEARCH TRAININGCochlear Center Hearing and Aging Mentoring Program, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthAccepted for Summer 2021HONORS AND CONTINUING EDUCATIONAward for Continuing Education, ASHAJune 2019; December 2017; December 2014; December 2010Basic Certificate for Quality and Improvement, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (18 hours)Summer 2019Outstanding and Dedicated Service to the Association, Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association Feb. 2017Scholarship Panelist, Terry FoundationApril 2008Graduate Honors Student, University of HoustonMay 2007Graduate Student Clinician of the Year, University of Houston/HACDMay 2007Scholarship Panelist, Terry FoundationApril 2006Summa Cum Laude, University of Texas AustinMay 2005College of Communications Honor Student and Dean’s List, University of Texas Austin2002-2005Terry Foundation Scholar2002-2006Complete list of 250 hours of completed Continuing Education Units available upon requestLICENSES, CERTIFICATIONSFlorida Speech-Language Pathology license SA15349April 2017-presentTexas Speech-Language Pathology license #103604June 2008-January 2020American Academy of CPR and First Aid, Inc., BLS CPR certificationAugust 2017-presentAmerican Red Cross, AED certificationApril 2018-presentAmerican Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certification of Clinical Competence #12132349June 2008-present

Teresa I. AnthonyCV, Page 2SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION EXPERIENCEUniversity of South Florida, Communication Sciences and DisordersDirector, Speech-Language Clinic and Bolesta CenterAugust 2018-present Plan, administer, and maintain clinic schedule, in-house clinic student rotation, advanced practicumstudent rotation, and clinical faculty clinic assignments to achieve annual clinical caseload volumeincrease of 33% (2018: 1260, 2019: 1682); developed tracking system to track growth Further develop and maintain policies and procedures in clinic handbooks for supervisors, students,graduate assistants, and telehealth operations with Microsoft options to include table of contents Evaluate performance of clinics and facilitate achievement of annual objectives for clinics to align clinicgoals with instructor evaluation categories (service, teaching, and clinical care) Coordinate and monitor training related to USF Health Policies and Procedures for Clinical Operations tohire and on-board 3 new clinical instructors in first 18 months Monitor and report annual changes in certification, licensure and billing requirements that may affectclinical care, teaching and advising Establish and maintain monthly meetings with constituents to consult with clinical instructors and supportstaff with diagnostic and treatment waiting lists, referrals, and authorizations Monitor, audit, and maintain clinic and transition to electronic records for clinical education records Establish an electronic communication system to monitor and coordinate the purchase of clinic suppliesand equipment Maintain a high level of quality service provision in the Speech-Language Clinic based on bestpractices/evidence-based practice (EBP) by requiring all treatment plans include documentation of EBPapproach Serve on multiple department and college level committees, including Dean-appointed College-levelRevenue and Diversification Committee Lead and participate in bi-weekly meetings with clinical instructors and SLP Program Director regardingstudents and clinical care.Department Clinical Business Manager; Director of Bolesta CenterAugust 2017-August 2018 Managed daily fiscal and business operations of Audiology and Speech and Language clinics; BolestaCenter; and Hands On USF through improvement of Quickbooks invoice statements Report monthly to Clinic Directors, Executive Committee, and department chair with data regardingbudget, marketing, growth, billing opportunities, and opportunities for improvement; market to andcollaborate with physician offices, community programs, and schools Collaborated with Clinic Directors to develop and maintain electronic wait list, referral, authorization, andcaseload tracking system(s) Developed, disseminated and tracked customer and employee satisfaction surveys Standardized clinic office staff procedures through implementation of a policies and procedures manualand cross-training Hired and retained 2 staff members in a one-year periodCole Pediatric Therapy, a division of Cole HealthRegional DirectorJune 2015-June 2017 Managed daily operations of two pediatric out-patient rehabilitation clinics Directed 45 speech, physical, and occupational therapists who collectively provided up to 800 therapyvisits per week Successfully trained and transitioned staff to use new EMR system (Raintree) at both clinic locations Reported weekly to President and owners of company with data regarding productivity, growth,Medicaid/insurance authorizations and denials, and opportunities for improvement Collaborated with Executive Director of Administration to recruit, hire, and retain highly quality staffmembers, and coordinate student rotations and observations

Teresa I. Anthony CV, Page 3Communicated with Texas legislative representatives in legislative hearings; attended two state hearingsand collected 50 letters from parents communicating their child’s need for servicesHouston Independent School District, Regional Day School Program for the DeafSpeech-Language Pathologist and Supervisor of SLP-Assistant and Graduate Students October 2013-May 2015 Assessed, treated, prepared IEP paperwork, maintained records, and attended IEP meetings for allchildren in Auditory Impairment program (ages 3 to 22) in 3rd largest school district in the country; onlyASL fluent SLP in district Supported teachers in providing articulation and language intervention in classrooms (push-in and pullout models used) on three campuses Communicated with parents (verbally and in writing) multiple times throughout the year regardingstudent progress Supervised 1 bilingual, ASL-fluent SLP-Assistant providing therapy Supervised 1 TWU graduate student completing 6-week pediatric Aural Rehabilitation practicumCole Pediatric Therapy, a division of Cole HealthSpeech-Language Pathologist (SLP), Director of RehabilitationAugust 2011-October 2013 Managed daily operations of the clinic and directed 25 speech, physical and occupational therapists whoincreased from 400 to 500 visits per week in a pediatric outpatient rehabilitation facility Assure high level of customer service and employee satisfaction by implementing Company Cultureprogram FISH! Reported monthly to President and owners of company with graphical data regarding productivity,growth, and opportunities for improvement Marketed to physician offices to increase referral source volume Managed human resource hiring, firing, and compliance documentation with more than 6 new therapisthires in 2-year period Served on Political Action Committee and hosted a clinic tour with a State RepresentativeADDITIONAL EXPERIENCECole Pediatric Therapy (contractor)April 2010 - August 2011; October 2013-May 2015Speech for Life (contractor)May 2011-July 2011Early Advantage, Inc. (contractor for HISD)January 2011-May 2011Cole Therapy Center/Cole Pediatric Therapy (employee)May 2008-April 2010Cole Therapy Center (Clinical Fellow, Speech-Language Pathology)September 2007-May 2008Cypress Fairbanks ISD (Clinical Fellow, Speech-Language Pathology)August 2007-May 2008Pasadena Independent School District - Speech-Language Pathology AssistantAugust 2006-May 2007UT Health Science Center - Research Assistant2006-2009; January-May 2011TEACHING EXPERIENCEVisiting Clinical Instructor IClinical Practicum 1: Practicum PreparationFall 2020; Fall 2019Advanced Clinical Practicum (off-site: schools, Early Steps, JAHVA)Summer 2021; Summer 2020; Spring 2020; Summer 2019; Spring 2019; Fall 2018Advanced Clinical Practicum (Bolesta Center Early Steps)Summer 2021; Spring 2021; Fall 2020 (telehealth); Summer 2020 (telehealth); Spring 2020; Fall 2019; Summer& Spring 2019; Fall 2018Ethical Practice Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, onlineSpring 2019; Spring 2018

Teresa I. AnthonyCV, Page 4GUEST SPEAKER, TEACHING EXPERIENCEApplying for Clinical Fellowship: Resumes, Interviews and Negotiating, 2nd year SLP student meetingSummer 2021“Collaborations with SLPs and Interpreters,” University of South Florida, Bilingual Evaluation/MulticulturalIssues in Speech-Language PathologySpring 2021; Spring 2020; Spring 2019Speech-Language Preschooler Screenings, Audiology Clerkship course Spring 2021; Spring 2019; Spring 2018Panel of individuals with personal experience with hearing loss, University of South Florida, Counseling inAudiologySummer 2020; Spring 2020; Spring 2019Experience in graduate school, University of Houston, Speech-Language Pathology graduate programSummer 2009SUPERVISION/PRECEPTOR EXPERIENCESupervision3 Clinical Fellows2016, 2011, 2011Graduate Students Clinical Instructor/Supervisor/Preceptor10 Clinic IV/Advanced Practicum, SLP Graduate Student, USF Bolesta CenterSummer 2021; Spring 2021; Fall, Summer, Spring 2020; Fall, Summer & Spring 2019; Fall 20181 Clinic III/Specialty, SLP Graduate Student, USF Bolesta CenterSummer 2019SLP Graduate Student Extern and SLP-Assistant, Cole Health, Houston, TXSummer 2016SLP Graduate Student Extern, Texas Women’s University, Houston ISDSpring 2016SLP-AssistantsBilingual Spanish-English SLP-Assistants (two), Cole Health, Houston, TXSLP-Assistant, Cole Health, Houston, TXBilingual ASL-English, SLP-Assistant, Houston ISD and Cole Health, Houston, TX2010-201720162014-2016LANGUAGESAmerican Sign Language (ASL) intermediate proficiency, fluent from childhood through collegeSigned Exact English (SEE) basic proficiency10 years working with Spanish dominant patients and families using Spanish interpreters and translatorsPEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONSAnthony, J. L., Davis, C., Williams, J. M., & Anthony, T. I. (2014). Preschoolers’ oral language abilities: Amultilevel examination of dimensionality. Learning and Individual Differences, 35, 56-61.Anthony, J.L., Aghara, R.G., Dunkelberger, M.J., Anthony, T.I., Williams, J.M., & Zhang, Z. (2011). Whatfactors place children with speech sound disorders at risk for reading problems? American Journal of SpeechLanguage Pathology, 20, 146-160.NEWSLETTER AND BLOG PUBLICATIONSAnthony, T. (December 2012). Introducing the Business Management Taskforce. Communicologist, 12.Anthony, T. I., & Anthony, J. L. (2011). Evidence Based Practice versus Empirically Supported Treatment bean INFORMED consumer! Houston Association for Communication Disorders Winter Newsletter.Cole Pediatric Therapy. (June, 2016). Eat! Sleep! Have fun! Repeat! Strategies to maintain a schedule with yourchild in the summer. Cole Health Blog. Pediatric Therapy. (July 16, 2012). Pool Safety: Keeping your kids out of harms way. Cole Health

Teresa I. AnthonyCV, Page 5Larrea, G., Mikkelson, N., Anthony, T., Stasch, N., and Villarta, A. (July 2020). Communicating and ConnectingDuring Mealtimes. USF CSD Bulls Communication Round Up nd-up-blog.aspxMurphy, T. (September 2010). Professional Education Opportunities with HACD 2010-2011. Strengthening ourconnections, expanding our knowledge: Houston Association for Communication Disorders newsletter, 6.RESEARCH CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERSAnthony, J. L., Anthony, T. I., & Williams, J. M. (2012, November). Preschoolers' oral language abilities: Amultilevel examination of dimensionality. Paper accepted at the annual convention of the American Speechand Hearing Association. Atlanta, GA.Anthony, J. L., Anthony, T. I., Greenblatt Aghara, R., Dunkelberger, M. J., Williams, J. M., & Zhang, Z. (2011,November). Why are preschoolers with speech sound disorders at risk for reading problems? Paper presentedat the annual convention of the American Speech and Hearing Association. San Diego, CA.Anthony, J. L., Anthony, T. I., & Williams, J. (2011, July). Phonological representation abilities and earlyliteracy skills among children with speech sound disorder: new evidence for a phonological core deficit.Paper presented at the annual convention of the Society for Scientific Study of Reading. St. Pete, FL.Anthony, T. I., Anthony, J. L., & Williams, J. (2011, July). Evaluation of the Raising a Reader program andsupplemental parent training in shared reading strategies. Paper presented at the annual convention of theSociety for Scientific Study of Reading. St. Pete, FL.Anthony, J. L., Anthony, T. I., Dunkelberger, M. J., & Aghara, R. G. (2010, November). Language, phonologicalprocessing, and emergent literacy in speech sound disorders. Paper presented at the annual convention of theAmerican Speech and Hearing Association. Philadelphia, PA.IN-SERVICE TRAINING AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PRESENTATIONSAnthony, T., Ball, T., Burns, E., Butkus, S., Donlin, E., Hazard, L., Hogue, A., Keller, S., Lovering, N., Malone,J., McKerlie, E., Stinnett, M., Deppe, J., and Havens, L. (2020, November). Proposal Number 12695:Roadmap for Success for School-Based Medicaid Providers. Proposal accepted at the Annual Convention ofthe American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (Convention canceled).Anthony, T. & Erazo, N. (2019, November). A pediatric clinical operational framework to support monolingualSLPs collaborating with interpreters. Clinical talk accepted at the 2019 annual convention of the AmericanSpeech and Hearing Association. Orlando, FL.Anthony, T., Butkus, S., Cantu, A., Johnston, M., Milliken, L., Wickesberg, J., and Zeagler, C. (March, 2018).Does Coding and Billing Drive You Bonkers? Tips from the Trenches. Annual convention of the TexasSpeech Language Hearing Association (TSHA). Houston, TX.Anthony, T., Cantu, A., Johnston, M., Milliken, L., Wickesberg, J., and Zeagler, C. (2017, February). BusinessManagement Committee Panel: Solving Challenges in Various Settings of Practice. Annual convention of theTexas Speech Language Hearing Association (TSHA). Austin, TX.Anthony, T. & Davis, A. (2019, Fall). The application of Knowledge and Skills and Cultural Competence inSupervision of Speech-Language Pathology while addressing challenges with interpersonal skills. Invitedpresentation in Hillsborough County Public Schools (CE Broker approved). Tampa, FL.Anthony, T. & Weist, D. (2019, Fall). Addressing Challenges with Interpersonal Skills in Clinical Education.University of South Florida Communication Sciences and Disorders clinical supervisor training (ASHAapproved CEU). Tampa, FL.Anthony, T. & Wooten, P. (2015, Fall). Auditory Impairments and 504. Presented at three District 504 meetingsin Houston ISD.Anthony, T. & Wooten, P. (2015, January). Special interest group: Auditory Impairments. Presented at a DistrictSpeech meeting in Houston ISD.

Teresa I. AnthonyCV, Page 6Lemos, A. and Anthony, T. (2008, October). Assessment of and intervention for children with AuditoryImpairments. Presented at a Cole Pediatric Therapy Lunch and Learn, TSHA approved CEU. Houston, TX.Lopez, L. & Anthony, T. (2019, Spring). Understanding Selective Mutism (SM): An interdisciplinary Frameworkfor School-based Speech-Language Pathologists. Presentation in Hillsborough County Public Schools (CEBroker approved). Tampa, FL.Lopez, L. & Anthony, T. (2019, November). Understanding Selective Mutism and Applying InterprofessionalPractice when working with Selective Mutism. Poster accepted at the 2019 annual convention of the AmericanSpeech and Hearing Association. Orlando, FL.Lovering, N., Anthony, T., Burns, E., Butkus, S., Hazard, L., Keller, S., Stinnett, M., and Havens, L.(2020,November). Proposal Number 11663: Preparing for Medicaid Audits. Proposal acceptedat the AnnualConvention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego,CA (Conventioncanceled).Meyer, T. and Murphy, T. (2007, March). Therapy ideas for graduate student clinicians. Presented at the annualconvention of the Texas Speech and Hearing Association. Houston, TX.Mikkelson, N., Anthony, T., and Gorajec, K. (2020, November). Proposal Number 10358: From Point A to GenZ: Reframing Perspectives and Discovering Solutions for Effective Clinical Instruction. Proposal accepted atthe Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (Conventioncanceled).Milliken, L., Wisely, J. & Anthony, T. (2019, November). Interprofessional Practice and Mindfulness: GrowingTogether to Advance Practice. Seminar accepted at the 2019 annual convention of the American Speech andHearing Association. Orlando, FL.Milliken, L. & Anthony, T. (2018, November). Implementing the Requirement to Bill Medicare in Universities.Poster accepted at the 2018 annual convention of the American Speech and Hearing Association. Boston,MA.PROFESSIONAL SERVICEMember, ASHA Convention Proposal Review, Business Practice Management TopicsJanuary-May 2021Member (appointed, Summer 2019), Medicaid Committee, ASHAJanuary 2020-presentMember (appointed), Medicaid Committee, FLASHAAugust 2018-presentPeer reviewer, and Select Rehab UniversityApril 2016-May 2017Ad Hoc Editorial Consultant, The Journal of Pediatrics2015Chair, Speech Special Interest Group, Auditory Impairments, Houston ISD2014-2015Member, Business Management Committee, TSHA2012-2018Co-chair, Business Management Taskforce, TSHA2012-2014CEU coordinating liaison, Houston Association of Communication Disorders and UT Health Children’s LearningInstitute. Presenter: Laura Justice, PhD2011Vice President, Professional education, HACD2010-2011Continuing Education Units recorder, HACD2007-2009PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONSMember, Florida Speech and Hearing Association (FLASHA)Member, Florida Public Health AssociationMember, Abraham Graham Bell AssociationMember, Aural Rehabilitation and Its Instrumentation Special Interest Group, ASHAMember, Hearing and Hearing Disorders in Childhood Special Interest Group, ASHAMember, Administration and Supervision Special Interest Group, ASHAMember, Issues in Higher Education Special Interest Group, ASHAMember, Telepractice Special Interest Group, ASHAMember, Society for Scientific Study of ReadingMember, 0122008-present

Teresa I. AnthonyMember, TSHAMember, HACDMember, National Student Speech-Language and Hearing AssociationCV, Page 72008, 2012-20182007-20122002-2008UNIVERSITY COMMITTEESMember, Revenue Diversification Committee, appointed by Dean of College of Behavioral and CommunitySciencesFall 2019-presentMember, Telehealth Committee, College of Behavioral and Community SciencesFall 2019-presentMember, Revenue and Efficiency Committee, appointed by Chair of CSDFall 2020-presentChair, Search Committee, Clinical Instructor Voice-Fluency, Neurogenic TeamSummer 2021; Spring 2021; Spring 2020; Summer 2019Member, Admissions Committee, Speech-Language Pathology graduate programSpring 2021; Spring 2020; Spring 2019Member, Search Committee, Clinical Instructor Language-Phonology TeamSpring 2020Chair, Search Committee, Clinical Instructor Language-Phonology TeamFall 2019; Summer 2019Member, CSD Executive Committee, appointed by Chair of CSDFall 2017-presentCOMMUNITY SERVICEHyde Park United Methodist, Elementary Religious Education, Creativity at Work InterviewSummer 2020Listening Matters Event, Invited Panelist, Parents and Professionals Discussing Needs of Children with HearingLossFall 2019Founder and Co-Host, Helping Each other Access Resources (HEAR) for our children: Parent Support Group forparents of children with hearing impairments, Houston, TexasFebruary 2016 – May 2017Three-year-old Sunday School teacher, First Presbyterian Church of HoustonAugust 2015-May 2016Team Leader, Cole Pediatric Medical Mission Team, Ecuador2012Team Member, Cole Pediatric Medical Mission Team, India2010Volunteer/Committee member, Greater Houston Area Special Olympics2008-2012Volunteer, Texas School for the Deaf2002-2004

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