Jayne Miranda (she/her) graduated from Teachers College Columbia University with a Master's Degree in Bilingual Speech Pathology in 2010. She is a graduate of the ASHA Leadership Development Program and recipient of the Award for Continuing Education (ACE). Jayne currently works at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), a Trauma 1 academic medical center, splitting her week between inpatient pediatrics and inpatient adult. She is also adjunct faculty at Portland State University. One of Jayne’s SLP passions is clinical supervision and creating a supportive mentorship environment. She supervises primarily in the hospital setting, however has led clinics in local graduate programs and in practicum externships across South America, East and West Africa. In addition to supervision Jayne’s professional efforts focus on dysphagia diagnostics, clinical documentation, creating competency and population-based protocols, and program development including Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallow (FEES), Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT), and enriching the clinical fellowship year. Faith and Jayne met in 2017 and since then have worked together at two different hospitals in acute care. Currently, they work at separate but affiliated hospitals connected by a giant bridge in the sky, allowing them to meet up during the work day. They not only connect on their clinical interests but also support each other with the challenges and obstacles they face as queer women of color in the field of SLP. Faith and Jayne are passionate about evidence-based practice, implementation science, equal and equitable patient care, and increasing representation of minorities in healthcare. Together, they guest lecture at graduate programs on dysphagia topics, collaborate for a local SLP journal club, and in 2022 presented at an Implementation Science conference and were guests on the Swallow Your Pride podcast.