CONVENTION - Aubrie Morrell
Aubrie Morrell Morris graduated from Pacific University of Oregon in 2014 and completed her Clinical Fellowship at Clearview Brain Injury Center and Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin. Since clinical certification, she has provided speech-language pathology services in a variety of settings, advocating for individual's communication needs and safe swallowing considerations across the lifespan. She has lived and worked in Maui, Hawaii since 2016. Currently, she provides school-based speech-language therapy services for the Hawaii Department of Education at the preschool and elementary school level. She volunteers to co-host Big Island’s virtual LOUD Crowd® for individuals with Parkinson's Disease and other related neurogenic disorders, as chair of HSHA's Annual Convention Committee, and as a member of HSHA’s Educational Affairs Committee. She is a current ASHA member and ASHA SIG 1 (Language Learning and Education) and SIG 16 (School Based Issues) member. She was an ASHA’s Award for Continuing Education (ACE) recipient in 2019. She is passionate about advocacy and education for all people, altruism and equanimity in work and life, simplicity, and breathing.