Dr. Megan-Brette Hamilton received a B.A. in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Hampton University, an M.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciences from University of Maryland, and a PhD in Speech and Hearing Science from the University of Illinois. She was born in Illinois, raised in Silver Spring, Maryland and spent ten years in Brooklyn, New York where she worked as a speech-language pathologist and host of a Brooklyn cable television show. She is currently an assistant professor at Auburn University in the department of Communication Disorders.
Dr. Hamilton has always enjoyed learning about other cultures and languages, especially when traveling. She spent a semester studying abroad in the south of France, which began her love of international travel. Some of her favorite places on Earth include Cannes, Tibet, Namibia, and Panama. Additionally, she loves to host, volunteer with youth, and really tries hard to keep up with her gymnastics, piano, and French skills.
DISCLAIMER: I write what I feel when I feel it. That’s one of the wonderful things about blogging. But as a reader of these thoughts, you should know that the opinions expressed on my website are mine and not those of my employer or other organizations I’m affiliated with. I would also like to add that while these blogs are not peer-reviewed writing or even final final drafts, they do represent my thoughts at the time that I express them. And where do these thoughts, opinions, and ideas come from you ask? My personal and professional experiences, this includes my role as an SLP, my time as a student, my life as a host and actress, my identity as an African American female, my identity as an African American female married to a White man from a very different world than myself living in the South, my role as a researcher, a professor, an educator, my travel to 6 continents, my homes while living in 6 states. As with anything, these thoughts and ideas are subject to change, because well, I learn more, I meet more people, I question myself more, etc…if/when they do, I will do my best to let you know.