Ms. Nunnelee

Stacy Nunnelee, MA, CCC-SLP
Senior Lecturer, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Office #: 
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 264


Stacy graduated with her bachelor’s degree in pre-professional speech language pathology from Louisiana Tech University, and with her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from University of Memphis. She has lived and worked in the DFW area for the past 25 years, with most of her experience being in adult neuro settings. Stacy has worked in in-patient rehab hospitals and was director of a brain injury day treatment program, was the Speech Pathology team lead/director in more than one hospital, and served as assistant director of rehab over a large team of speech pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, vocational therapists, recreational therapists, and psychologists. She has worked in home health, skilled nursing, a private school for children with learning disabilities, and university clinical settings. Stacy has presented at several conferences, seminars, and lectures on topics such as cognition, brain injury, aphasia, dysphagia, pragmatic language, incorporating humor into learning, cognitive health as we age, and successful community integration with a communication disorder. Stacy has specialized in adults and focuses on community re-entry and community integration for all of her clients.  She sees adult clients with neurogenic disorders, autism, fluency disorders, articulation disorders, and reading disorders; and she sees clients of all ages with cochlear implants/hearing disorders.

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