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Robert J. Williams Jr., PhD, MPH

Williams, RobertOccupation: Speech Language Pathologist
Born: April 4, 1945

Education:
Certificate of Advanced Studies in School District Administration, Long Island University (2006)
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Educational Administration and Supervision and Director of Special Education, Georgia State University (1995)
MPH in Health Administration, Columbia University (1985)
PhD in Speech/Language Pathology, Audiology, Linguistics and Psychology, Florida State University (1977)
MS in Communication Disorders, Emerson College (1974)
BA in Speech and English, Brooklyn College of City University (1972)
Certificate of Clinical Competency

Certifications:
New York State Certification, District School Administrator; New York State Certificate, School Administrator and Supervisor; New York State Teacher Certification; New York State License, Speech-Language Pathology

Career:
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Speech, Communication and Theater, Arts Department, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York (2014-Present)
Teacher, Speech Improvement, P.S. 396, District 75 (2002-Present)
Chairperson, Bridge Street Affiliated Community Corporations and Programs (BSACCAP) (1990-Present)
PBIS Coordinator, P.S. 396K (2012-2013)
Senior Speech-Language Pathology Consultant, Symphony Rehabilitation Service, Inc. (1996-2002)
Tenured Speech-Language Pathologist, Atlanta Public Schools (1992-1996)
Associate Director, Coordinator, Harlem Hospital Speech and Hearing Center/ENT Service, Columbia University (1980-1990)
Assistant Professor, Speech Language Pathology, Howard University (1978-1980)
Assistant Professor, Speech Language Pathology, Old Dominion University (1977-1978)
Assistant Professor/Teacher, Speech Language Pathology, Long Island University

Career Related:
Grant Writer

Civic:
Chairman, 575 Hancock Street Housing Development Fund Incorporated; President, Manages/overseer of renovations, apartment buildings, 575 Hancock Street Housing Development Fund Corporation, Brooklyn, NY; Volunteer, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), New York, NY; Parent Advocate, Students with Communication and Learning Disabilities, American Speech and Hearing Association, (ASHA); Volunteer, Affiliated Community Cooperation;

Creative Works:
Speaker, Language and Hearing Services, Harlem Hospital Center, Columbia University (1985); Author, Letter to the Editor, “Assessing Children and Dialectal Differences,” Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders (1979); Author, “The Acquisition of Spatial Adjectives by Black and White Children,” Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders (1978)

Awards:
Recipient, Outstanding Leadership Award for Coordinating the Achievement and Related Service Ceremonies Relative to Students with Special Needs, New York City Department of Education, P396K, District 75 (2017); Recipient, Pioneer Award in Assistive Technology, Program for Exceptional Children, John F. Kennedy School, Atlanta Public Schools (1996); Honoree, the National Distinguished Service Registry in Speech-Language Pathology, Library of Congress 90-71200 (1990)

Memberships:
Member, Speech and Hearing Association; Trustee, African Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal (AWME) Church; Member, Council for Exceptional Children; Member, Council for Learning Disabilities

Family:
Married: Rev. Bernadine Thomas Williams
Child: Crystal Marie Williams (Deceased, 2019)

 

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