• Masters Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, Central Missouri State
University, Warrensburg, MO., May 1996
• Bachelors of Science in Speech Language Pathology, Central Missouri State
University, Warrensburg, MO., May 1994
Anna Campbell, Instructor in Communication Disorders, earned her Degree from Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg MO.
She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is licensed by the Missouri Board of Healing Arts. Anna has been an active member of the Missouri Speech-Language Hearing Association (MSHA) by serving as the Vice President of Clinical Services for eight years, volunteered on the convention team and served as the Missouri representative at the national level for Medicare and Medicaid Advocacy. Anna is certified in VitalStim® for swallowing disorders and holds a certification in the Orton-Gillingham Multi-Sensory Approach.
Anna joined the University of Central Missouri in August 2011 as a full time instructor in the Communication Disorders Department. She has worked as a Speech Language Pathologist in the medical field and school settings, and has served as a consultant for a rehabilitation company in Warsaw, Mo. Anna joined the Rehabilitation team at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton, Missouri where she works part-time with home health, in-patients and out-patients. She is passionate about adult and pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders, working within an interdisciplinary team, and passing on her knowledge to undergraduate and graduate students.
Presentations with students at the Missouri Speech Language Association Convention:
Communication Disorders in College Programs for Students with Special Needs.
Habilitation vs Rehabilitation: What is next for Medicare and Medicaid?
The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist to Increase Executive Function Ability of Patients with Blast-Induced Traumatic Brain Injury.
Anna enjoys spending time with her family, watching baseball and softball as well as reading.