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Heather ClarkHeather Clark


Heather is a certified speech-language pathologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Heather is an ACE awardee and ASHA Fellow, on the Board of SIG Coordinators, and an affiliate of Special Interest Group 2, Special Interest Group 5,  and Special Interest Group 13.

Why does Heather participate in the ASHA Community?
There is a wealth of knowledge in our collective experience – the community is one mechanism to tap into that knowledge. Sometimes I am the one with the question, sometimes I can help with an answer. Most of the time I just follow along, learning from, and being encouraged by, the conversations.

If you could choose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor?
I could, and I did, choose Dr. Edy Strand and Dr. Joe Duffy. Their depth and breadth of knowledge and clinical acumen, and their compassion and professionalism will forever be the “bar” I set for myself and hope one day to achieve.

What do you miss most about being a kid?
I miss the boundless energy of childhood. I don’t have a single memory of deciding against an activity because I was too tired.

What is your best childhood memory?
My most treasured memories are of farm life. It never occurred to me that I might not live on a farm my entire life, so I didn’t savor the experiences as I lived them. Even so, I can still see how the family farm shaped who I have become.

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