Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education (Communication Sciences and Disorders)
Ingrid Hinkley, M.A., CCC-SLP has served as a clinical educator at the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic since 2011. She has extensive experience in working with adults who have speech, language, and swallowing disorders, along with adults seeking to improve their overall speech and communication skills. Ms. Hinkley has provided speech pathology services in a variety of medical settings since 1997. She currently teaches classes in the area of voice and voice disorders, as well as clinical methods. As a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), she supervises provision of voice and communication services for the transgender and non-binary community. She has been supervising and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students as well as new professionals since 2002.
|M.A.||Speech-Language Pathology||Ball State University||1997|
|2017||Honors of the Association||Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association|
|2015||Jack Bess Memorial Award for Outstanding Contrubution||Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association|