Dr. Kyomi Gregory is an Assistant Professor at Pace University in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department. Her undergraduate degree major was in Communication Sciences and Disorders and she completed a double minor in Black Studies and Linguistics from SUNY-New Paltz. She obtained her master’s degree at University of Buffalo and her PhD from Louisiana State University. For her dissertation she examined assessment of children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds that speak non-mainstream dialects such as African American English and Southern White English and explored the use of teacher ratings. She has been a practicing speech-language pathologist for the last 14 years working with both children and adults. Dr. Gregory worked for the New York City Board of Education in Brooklyn, New York prior to entering her PhD program. She is currently the member at large for the coordinating committee for SIG 1, Language Learning and Education. In addition, she currently serves on the board of directors for the National Black Association of Speech-Language Hearing (NBASLH) and she is the topic area expert in non-mainstream dialects, cultural humility, and awareness for The Informed SLP.
Dr. Kyomi Gregory is a salaried Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences at Pace University. She is receiving financial compensation from brIQht media, dba brIQht ideas, for this presentation. Dr. Kyomi is a topic area expert for the Informed SLP.
Dr. Kyomi Gregory has no relevant nonfinancial relationship to disclose.
This course, and all courses in The Equity Series, are being sponsored by Having Our Say, LLC and SLP Toolkit.
|5 mins||Introduction and Disclosures|
|15 mins||Defining Cultural Competence, Cultural Humility, Cultural Competemility, and Cultural Responsiveness|
|10 mins||Identify what steps can be applied to actively utilize cultural competemility in clinical encounters|
|15 mins||Discuss case scenarios where cultural competemility can be applied|
|5 mins||Conclusion and wrap-up|