B.A. Spelman College
M.Ed. University of West Georgia
SLP-D, Northwestern University
Executive Function Skills
Angelica Gunn is a clinical instructor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a Georgia License in Speech-Language Pathology. She graduated with her SLPD in Speech-Language Pathology from Northwestern University. Her culminating project was: Interventions for Executive Functions Ages 3-22: A Systematic Review.
Gunn has been a speaker and poster presenter at the annual ASHA conference and the NBASLH conference. She practices in a variety of settings including private practice, hospitals, home environments, post-acute care and community re-entry. She has experience assessing and treating adolescents, adults and geriatrics with a variety of communication disorders, including but not limited to aphasia, executive functioning, receptive and expressive language, dysarthria, cognitive communication, dysphagia and brain Injury. She has held management positions where she provided continuing education courses on communication issues after neurological impairments and socio-emotional issues after neurological impairments.