Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board
|Name||Position||Profession||Oath Term Dates|
|Alison Grimes||Board Chair||Dispensing Audiologist||3/22/10 - 1/1/17|
|Dee Parker||Board Member||Speech-Language Pathologist||8/16/13 – 1/1/17|
|Rodney Diaz||Board Member||Public Member, Otolaryngologist||12/20/12 – 1/1/16|
|Deane Manning||Board Member||Hearing Aid Dispenser||12/27/10 - 1/1/15|
|Amnon Shalev||Board Member||Hearing Aid Dispenser||12/15/12 – 1/1/16|
|Debbie Snow||Board Member||Public Member||11/30/13 – 11/30/17|
|Jaime Lee||Board Member||Public Member||5/11/11 - 11/30/17|
|Patti Solomon-Rice||Board Member||Speech-Language Pathologist||9/8/12 – 1/1/16|
|Marcia Raggio||Board Member||Audiologist||12/17/12 – 1/1/15|
Jaime Lee is Executive Vice-President at Jamison Services, Inc., a full-service commercial real estate management, leasing, and investment company. She specializes in leasing and asset management in Downtown Los Angeles. She is also President of the California Market Center, a wholesale fashion and tradeshow facility in the Los Angeles Fashion District. She currently serves as Chair of the Los Angeles Fashion District Business Improvement District Board of Directors.
Jaime was born and raised in Los Angeles and earned both a BA and JD from the University of Southern California. She serves on the USC Alumni Association Board of Governors and the USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association Board of Directors. Jaime is active in the community as a board member of the Hollywood-Wilshire YMCA and the Korean American Coalition. In 2010, Jaime was appointed to the City of Los Angeles Quality and Productivity Commission and to the California Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board the following year.
Dee Parker (no photo) is a Speech-Language Pathologist and is serving as a Board member from 8/16/13 – 1/1/17.
Patti Solomon-Rice, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Communicative Disorders Program at San Francisco State University. She received a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Joint Doctoral Program in Special Education through the University of California at Berkeley and San Francisco State University. Her research interests are in the area of augmentative and alternative communication, focusing on language development and early intervention services. Nationally, she will begin a four-year term on the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Board of Ethics in 2013. She is also the Continuing Education Content Manager for ASHA’s Special Interest Group 10 Issues in Higher Education and is a peer reviewer for ASHA’s Special Interest Group 12 Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Previously, she served as chair of ASHA’s Continuing Education Board. In California, she completed a two-year term on the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Board of Directors as the Commissioner on Professional Development and Continuing Education in 2012 and, prior to that, served as Secretary of the CSHA Board.
Marcia Raggio, PhD is a Professor of Audiology at San Francisco State University. She earned her BA and MS degrees from the Communicative Disorders Program at San Francisco State University, and her doctorate in auditory neuroscience from the University of California, San Francisco. Marcia previously served as Chair and Board Member of the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology licensing board of California for five years. She has been active in the California and American Academies of Audiology. Marcia collaborated for 18 years with scientists at UCSF on NIH supported cochlear implant studies. She has published numerous research articles, and has given many presentations at state, national and international venues.
Deborah (Debbie) Snow was appointed by Darrell Steinberg, Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee as a public member to the Speech-Language, Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispenser Board in November 2013. Ms. Snow received her Bachelor of Arts from California Baptist University in Riverside, CA, majoring in both English and Behavioral Science. Debbie is currently employed as a library assistant at University of California, Riverside and has spent her career working at various libraries. Debbie has been involved in consumer advocacy for several years and has frequently attended public meetings at California State boards. She has authored articles regarding consumer protection issues facing healing arts boards. Ms. Snow is a member of both California Women Lead and the Humane Society. She also volunteers at TRAX Equestrian Center, an organization established to enhance the lives of children with neurological disabilities by providing therapeutic horseback riding activities. Debbie is married and has one daughter.