Steff Lebsack, M.S., CCC-SLP

Steff Lebsack, M.S., CCC-SLP
Adjunct Professor, Online Program - Speech Language Pathology
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Steff has taught at the collegiate level since 2013 and has practiced in the public school, home health, outpatient, hospital, inpatient rehab and skilled nursing settings. Steff’s older brother who stutters, inspired her to become an advocate for people who stutter as a young child. Even at that early age, she decided to become a speech-language pathologist to help people like her brother. Steff is very active in the stuttering community at the national and international levels including leading a family/adult combined support group chapter for the National Stuttering Association, working booths for the Stuttering Foundation of America and is a co-chair for the upcoming Joint World Congress on Stuttering and Cluttering in Montreal, Canada in July of 2021.

When Steff isn’t reading her Bible on her balcony or listening to Upper Room worship, you can find her baking, guest blogging or writing book reviews. Steff loves a good competitive family board game night, and anyone who gifts her with Twizzlers and a Dr. Pepper is her new best friend.

Steff and her husband Kevin live in Denver, Colorado and have two beautiful children, Mary and Karter and a pug named Ritchie. Baylor University was Steff’s dream job and Steff is thrilled that God has called her back to her alma mater to teach.

Academic Interests and Research:
  • Academic Interests and Research:
  • Stuttering and Cluttering
  • Aphasia
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation
  • Deaf Studies, Cochlear Implants and Speech/Language Development
  • Multicultural Studies
Education:
  • Bachelor of Arts, Baylor University 2005
  • Master of Science, Eastern New Mexico University, 2009

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching Responsibilities:

CSD 5312: Fluency Disorders

 

Favorite Scripture:

Isaiah 40:31KJV

“But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”