Dr. Jaumeiko Coleman
Dr. Jaumeiko Coleman is the Director of Clinical Services in the Clinic at the Atlanta Speech School. In that role she supports staff who lead four clinical service programs (i.e., Audiology, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, Learning Lab) that help Clinic clients within and beyond our local community identify and address difficulty in areas such as hearing, understanding spoken language, speaking, reading, writing, mathematics, sensory processing, self-regulation, and self-care. She is a published author of peer-reviewed journal articles and practice tools, including the Assessment of Literacy and Language. Dr. Coleman’s career focus on spoken language and literacy has been infused in all of her previous work positions, which follow: school-based speech-language pathologist at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School, assistant professor at the Pennsylvania State University and George Washington University, public school administrator (i.e., education program specialist and school improvement officer) in the District of Columbia Public School System, associate director at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) (i.e., National Center for Evidence-Based Practice and Continuing Education team), and the Director of School Services for ASHA.