Andrea Martinez-Fisher, M.A., CCC-SLP

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Clinical Instructor

bilingualism, culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) populations, pediatric dysphagia, early intervention, medically fragile populations, traumatic brain injury


Andrea Martinez-Fisher is a Clinical Instructor/Lecturer in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. She is an alumna to the University of New Mexico, graduating with a bachelor of science degree in Communication Disorders. She went on to attend Temple University in Philadelphia where she received her masters of arts degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Science with a Bilingual Emphasis. Andrea has worked as a speech language pathologist with a variety of clients across the lifespan. Her experience covers pediatric dysphagia in the NICU/PICU/Pediatric areas of the acute care setting as well as in the home with medically fragile children. She has worked in early intervention, with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. She also worked with adults in the acute care setting evaluating and treating dysphagia, cognitive and speech and language disorders. Andrea’s areas of interest include: bilingualism, culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) populations, pediatric dysphagia in the medically fragile populations, early intervention and brain injury.