Sandra is a Registered Professional Archaeologist, with MS in Archaeology-Environmental Planning, and MA in Anthropology-Geography, and received her Master's in Clinical Speech Pathology at Northern Arizona University, and an SLP.D. at NSU Florida on the impact of air quality in the Central Valley on oropharyngeal function. Her work in the schools is centered on the treatment of autism and her clinical work is with patients with neurological disorders or who need vocal rehabilitation. Sandra has been conducting anthropology research since 2000 and geographic information systems mapping for language revitalization projects happening in tribes around the state.
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