Carmen Vega-Barachowitz, MS, CCC-SLP, FASHA
Carmen Vega-Barachowitz is the Director of Departments of the Speech, Language and Swallowing & Reading Disabilities, Chaplaincy, and Medical Interpreters at Massachusetts General Hospital; and Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at MGH Institute.
She has been named a Diversity Champion by the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and has earned the Partners in Excellence Award from MGH a number of times.
Ms. Vega-Barachowitz became a Fellow of the American Speech-Language Association in 2015.
Ives Erickson J, Daniels AD, Smith ME, Vega-Barachowitz C. Recognizing Clinical Excellence at All Levels of Practice, JONA. 2008; 38:68-75.
Providing Optimal Care for People with Disabilities: Will I make a Difference?, MGH Institute of Health Professions Interdisciplinary Seminar, Boston, MA. (February, 2010)
Mentoring Throughout The Journey From Junior To Senior Clinician, American Speech-Hearing-Language Association 2008
Pre-Convention workshop, Chicago, IL. (November, 2008)
Validation and Implementation of MGH Swallow Screening Test: 2007 Update, American Speech-Hearing-Language Association 2007 Convention, Boston, MA (November, 2007)
Smart Solutions For The Emerging Labor Market: A Forum For Networking And Information Exchange, US Department Of Education’s Disability Employment Series, Boston, MA (September, 2007)
BS, Speech-Language Pathology, Florida State University
MS, Speech-Language Pathology, Florida State University