Talia Lipton began at RCC as an adjunct in the Speech department in 2011 and became a full-time Instructor of Speech in September 2014. With 20 years of experience in the field of Speech and Language Pathology, Lipton has helped hundreds of children and adults gain back communication independence lost to a wide variety of disorders.
Lipton has held positions as a speech language pathologist in the Rockland County Early Intervention Program, a variety of schools in New Jersey and Westchester, and local hospitals and nursing homes. She also has professional ties in Rockland directly impacting the study of communication disorders, such as special education, occupational and physical therapy, augmentative communication and social work.
Lipton notes with pride her enrollment in the RCC Management Development honors program while a high school senior.
- BS Legal Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 1992
- MS Speech Language Pathology, Columbia University, 1995
- ASHA Certified Speech Language Pathologist
- NYS Licensed Speech Language Pathologist
- Speech and Language Disabilities Professional Certificate
- Teachers College, Columbia University (Speech and Language Department)
- Helen Hayes Hospital
- Rockland County Department of Early Intervention