Georgina Lynch

Lynch Joins Expert Panel Discussion on PBS Health Matters: "Understanding Autism”
(December 2012)


Georgina Lynch, M.S.

Clinical Assistant Professor
Dept. of Speech & Hearing Sciences

CCC-Speech-Language Pathology

Certification in Program Administration (OSPI), Gonzaga University

Master of Science, Eastern Washington University

Bachelor of Science, Gonzaga University

Courses Taught
SHS 461- Clinical Methods
SHS 471-Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology in the Schools

Clinical Interests

  • Autism: Evidence-Based Interventions
  • Facial Muscle Responses to Visual Stimuli
  • Neurological Disabilities
  • Language Learning Disabilities
  • Public Policy Related to the Education of Children with Special Needs

Member, American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)

Special Interest Group 12: Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Member, Washington State Speech-Language Hearing Association

Co-Advisor, National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

Additional Information
Prior to her work at Washington State University, Georgina Lynch worked as a learning specialist within the public school system, developing special education intervention programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorder ranging in age from preschool to adolescence.

She developed systems-based trainings for public schools, which included inter-professional teams comprised of SLP’s, OT/PT’s, and special educators. In addition to developing programs and group trainings, Lynch provided direct consultation for individuals with severe communication deficits and worked with multi-disciplinary teams to develop alternative treatment plans.

Lynch has provided presentations at the local and state levels and continues to advocate for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. She is actively involved with the local autism advocacy and resource group, The Northwest Autism Center and has served on their education advisory board.