Amy Glaspey, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is Professor in the School of Speech, Language, Hearing, and Occupational Sciences at the University of Montana in Missoula, MT. She is passionate about research for speech sound disorders, particularly assessment. Dr. Glaspey has recently published the Glaspey Dynamic Assessment of Phonology, a nationally normed standardized test. She is director of the SPEAK lab (Speech, Phonology, Early Articulation and Knowledge lab). In addition to her work on dynamic assessment, she collaborates on cross-linguistic research of speech sound disorders with Andrea MacLeod at the University of Alberta. She also studies the scholarship of teaching and learning for college students. Dr. Glaspey’s courses include Phonological Development and Phonetics at the undergraduate level, and Articulation and Phonological Disorders at the graduate level. In addition, she provides clinical education in the DeWit RiteCare Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic with preschool and school-age children with speech sound disorder in the SPARK Clinic (Speech, Phonology, and Articulation Remediation for Kids). Dr. Glaspey loves to travel and is working on visiting every State Park in Montana!
Shelby Midboe, Past-President
Shelby Midboe is a 2013 graduate of the CSD program of The University of Montana, a member of the self-named the "BCE" (Best Cohort Ever). She is in her eighth year as the SLP at Target Range School District in Missoula, and completed her Supervisory Endorsement in Special Education in November 2020. She works PRN for Infinity Rehabilitation in SNFs in addition to her school job, and is glad to have the opportunity to practice with clients across the lifespan. She served many years as the chair of the MSHA Scholarship committee, as the MSHA Secretarry for 3 years, was MSHA President-Elect in 2020 and is a member of a group of school SLPs who are writing OPI guidelines for school speech therapists. In her spare time, she enjoys taking portraits, river recreation, camping, playing volleyball, cross country skiing and hanging out with friends as often as possible. She is married and has a son who is a Freshman at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, and a daughter who graduated from UM in November 2020 and is now an aspiring photographer in the Seattle, WA area.