Tamera Carter, Ed.D., CCC-SLP

Tamera Carter, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
Adjunct Professor, Online Program - Speech Language Pathology
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I have over 25 years practicing as a speech language pathologist in various settings including the private sector, hospitals, and public schools. I have taught undergraduate and graduate students majoring in communications disorders and teacher education at colleges and universities. I joined the Baylor adjunct online faculty in May 2020.

I have two children: Bryce who is a senior at Georgia State University, and a daughter named Colby, who attends Albany State University in Georgia. I am passionate about facilitating the learning journey for the rising speech language pathologists who will advocate and serve individuals with communication disorders. My other passions are working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations, volunteering with youth organizations, participating in community health fairs, traveling, participating in church activities, and Zumba! My occupation is a calling initiated by God. It’s more than a job, but a way to bless others.

 

Academic Interests and Research:

My interests are in the areas of Multicultural Education, Language Development, and Speech Sound Disorders. My research involved looking at the preparedness of preservice teachers to instruct culturally and linguistically diverse populations. I would like to extend this research to the preparedness of preservice speech language pathologists.

 

Education:
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – State University of New York at New Paltz
  • Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology – Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership – University of Phoenix

Curriculum Vitae 

Teaching Responsibilities:
  • CSD 5334 Multicultural Populations in Speech Language Pathology
  • CSD 5152 Clinical Practicum Placement

 

Favorite Scripture:

Jeremiah 29:11

“‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”