Case Western Reserve University faculty member Stacy Williams was elected a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Williams also is COO of a leading online continuing education company, and founder and CEO of Simucase, an online simulation learning platform.
ASHA fellowship is one of the highest honors the organization bestows and is awarded to nominees who have made outstanding contributions to the discipline of communication sciences and disorders.
As a speech-language pathologist, researcher and business leader, Williams has devoted her career to innovative educational practices. Williams is an expert in simulation-based education and conducts ongoing research that focuses on integrating cutting-edge technology into personalized learning applications.
Williams’ doctoral research became part of the foundation of SpeechPathology.com. She went on to develop the world’s first simulation center for communication disorders as a junior faculty member and researcher at Case Western Reserve University. Today, this initial research and product development is Simucase, which provides clinical simulations within a personalized learning platform for thousands of students and professionals annually.
Williams has served the profession in local, state and national leadership roles, including serving on the board of the ASHFoundation since 2017. She serves as an adjunct associate professor at Case Western Reserve University.