Geoffrey Greenman is a Clinical Speech-Language Pathologist at The George Washington University Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Science. He supervises graduate student clinicians in their rotations related to literacy development. In his literacy rotation, graduate clinicians gain experience providing literacy services to both pediatric and adult clients in the Washington metro area. Geoffrey is trained in several literacy programs including Orton-Gillingham, Phono-Graphix, and The Wilson Reading System. Prior to working at The George Washington University, Geoffrey worked as a speech-language pathologist for the Fairfax Country Public Schools where he provided speech and language services to children with intellectual, emotional, and learning disabilities.
Greenman, G., Tjaden, K., & Kozak, A.T. (2005). Speech production in experienced cochlear implant users undergoing short-term auditory deprivation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118(3),1964.
D’Innocenzo, J., Lubinski, R., Tjaden, K., & Greenman, G. (November, 2004). Intelligibility in Dysarthria: Effects of Listener Familiarity and Speaking Condition. Poster presented at the Annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
Greenman, G. (March, 2019). Supporting Literacy when Working with Children with Speech Sound Disorders. Presented at the Annual Speech-Hearing Association of Virginia (SHAV) Conference, Richmond, VA.