Katharine Blaker, M.S., CCC-SLP
Ms. Blaker received her bachelor's degree in Anthropology and her master's degree in Communication Disorders, both from the University of New Mexico. As a clinical instructor her specialty areas include neurological disorders in adults, voice, fluency and accent modification. She served as a tutor/facilitator for the UNM Rural Health Interdisciplinary Program for more than 10 years which promoted problem-based learning through case studies. She serves on both a national and local board in support of stroke survivors and continues to pursue interests in refining the supervision process, expanding interdisciplinary frameworks and incorporating problem-based learning methods.