Responsibilities: Dr. Snow is a speech/language pathologist (SLP) in the Child Developmental Clinic (CDC) at CHDD, and a clinical supervisor and lecturer in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences (SPHSC). She supervises Medical SLP graduate students from SPHSC during their clinical rotations at CHDD, where they conduct pediatric evaluations of speech, language, and social communication skills, write comprehensive clinical reports, and participate in the interdisciplinary team process. Dr. Snow’s clinical interests include autism spectrum disorders, literacy development and disorders, and the unique issues involved in evaluating and treating language disorders in children from multilingual/multicultural families. Prior to becoming an SLP, Dr. Snow studied 9 foreign languages, worked as an ESL teacher overseas and in Seattle, and obtained a graduate degree in theoretical linguistics. In her 17 years as an SLP, she has worked in the public schools of WA state and the Alaskan bush, as well as in private practice. She was a UW LEND fellow at CHDD from 2001-2003, and taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in SPHSC during her graduate education. She has been a faculty member of CHDD and SPHSC since 2007.