Non Hierarchical Leadership
Matthew Hott, MA, CCC-SLP works in the school setting at Fairfield High School and in home health in Cincinnati, Ohio. He earned his undergraduate degree from Muskingum University ('07) and his Masters from Ohio University ('13). Before becoming a Speech-Language Pathologist he was a radio and television producer, director, and host. He has served as a representative for the Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities, an ASHA State Education Advocacy Leader (SEAL), and the Schools Professional Practice Representative in the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association (OSLHA). Currently, Matthew is the VP of Resource Development for OSLHA and sits on their Legislative Council and is on the Ohio University Communication Sciences and Disorders Advisory Board. Matthew lives just outside of Cincinnati with his wife Kim, their 4 year old son Michael, and infant Andrew.
Lucas Steuber, MA, CCC-SLP/-T MS, is an Applied Linguist and Speech-Language Pathologist based out of Portland, OR. In his capacity as researcher and clinician, Lucas has published on topics as diverse as language disorders in schizophrenia to the importance of child-centered curriculum. Lucas specializes in language and social thinking in pervasive disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). He is also a consultant and curriculum author in the areas of social language development and educational technology for special populations. In addition, he serves as a board ambassador to the Oregon Autism Society, sits on the Strategic Planning Committee of the Autism Society of America, and holds board positions with several local nonprofits. You are welcome to visit Lucas' website: http://lukesteuber.com
Chandru Vittal, BA (soon to be) MS, a speech-language pathology graduate student. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in linguistics from the University of California, Davis, he moved to Texas to start graduate school in communication disorders at the University of Texas at Dallas. In August, he will start working as a clinical fellow at Bracher elementary school in northern California. While he is interested in literally everything to do with speech-language pathology, his main interests are in issues facing new clinicians, minority issues in speech-language pathology, and the intersection of linguistics and speech-language pathology. When not working, Chandru enjoys biking and studying South Indian Classical music.
Ivan Campos, MS, CF-SLP, is a bilingual speech language pathologist who graduated with a master’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA. He received his bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from Longwood University, Farmville, VA. He currently works as a bilingual speech language pathologist in southern California where he primarily serves special education preschoolers and conducts bilingual assessments at various school sites. He continues to be involved with furthering research on bilingual personal narratives of preschool and school age children with poster presentations at the ASHA 2016 and the California Speech Hearing Association (CSHA) 2017 conventions. On a personal note, Ivan enjoys spending time outdoors in nature with his wife and three boys at the beach, the desert, or the mountains.