2023 G. Paul Moore Symposium
Thursday, February 2nd and Friday, February 3rd, 2023
Online via Zoom
Presented by the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and the University of Florida Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Thursday, February 2nd
Logan Faust, Au.D, CCC-A presents:
“Understanding the Impact of Racial Inequities in Audiology: student aptitude, professional interaction, and patient care.”
Friday, February 3rd
Joy Musser, Ph.D., CCC-SLP presents:
“Gender Affirming Voice Care: A Holistic Approach”
Dr. Logan Faust is an alumna of James Madison University where she pursued both her undergraduate and doctoral degrees. She has been practicing as a pediatric audiologist at Stanford Medicine – Children’s Health in California since August 2019 and was awarded the R.O.S.E Award at Stanford Children’s Health during her second year of service secondary to her “unique, stand-out service or a consistent pattern of behavior that ultimately contributes to an extraordinary experience.” She has obtained certifications in subject areas such as diversity and inclusion in the workplace and inclusive leadership, and continues to actively seek out opportunities to understand the perspectives and lived experiences of others.
Joy Musser, Ph.D. CCC-SLP is the owner and founder of Musser Voice, a division of Musser Therapies LLC, where she has focused exclusively on gender affirming voice for the past 10 years. Prior to this, Dr. Musser worked as a voice pathologist with the clinically voice disordered population. She teaches graduate courses on voice disorders, as well as undergraduate courses in Communication Sciences and Disorders for Nazareth University and Purdue University Fort Wayne. Dr. Musser sees clients across the country and internationally, providing a holistic approach for gender affirming voice care.
Financial Disclosure: Dr. Faust and Dr. Musser are each receiving an honorarium for their presentations through the G. Paul Moore Symposium Foundation Fund.
Non-Financial Disclosure: there are no relevant disclosures for either presenter.
*This symposium is available for up to 1.0 ASHA CEUs (10 contact hours). Participants are required to attend the entire session to receive CE credit.