Originally from Buffalo, New York, Joan M. Boneberg, M.S., CCC-SLP, has been a resident of Metro Atlanta for the last 10 years. Her experience as an American Speech Language Hearing Association Board Certified Speech Pathologist as well as her strong desire to share her knowledge with professionals, to increase awareness and understanding of the powerful influence authentic and effective communication can have on business, is what led her to launch Speech Improvement Resources, LLC, Johns Creek, Georgia.
The core of her personal and professional life is focused around integrity, authenticity and trust. She brings these values to her work which is the basis for her communication philosophy. In addition to assisting her clients with improving their business communication skill sets, i.e. presentation skills, elevator speeches, telephone skills, etc., her mission is to impart the importance of achieving foundational communication prerequisites enabling long-standing relationships to occur.
-Master of Science in Communication Disorders, State University of New York College at Buffalo, 1984
-Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders, State University of New York College at Buffalo, 1983
-Certificate of Clinical Competence: Speech Language Pathology, American Speech Language Hearing Association; 1986-Present
-Georgia State Board of Professional Licensing: Speech Language Pathology, 1999-Present
-Certified Accent Reduction Specialist, Institute of Language and Phonology, 2000
-American Speech Language Hearing Association; 1986-Present
-Toastmasters International; Duluth, Georgia Chapter; Vice President of Membership, 2009-2010, Vice President of Public Relations, 2008-2009
-Corporate Exchange Alliance, Alpharetta, Georgia, 2008-2009
-Rotary International; Johns Creek-North Fulton, Georgia Chapter, 2009
-Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce, Johns Creek, Georgia; Co-chair Ambassador Committee, 2009, Business Resources/Leadership Committee, 2008
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