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Originally from Nunavut, with roots in the Montreal area, and living in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories since 2015.

Registered with Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ)   

Graduated from McGill University with a Masters in Communication Sciences and Disorders (2015), and a Bachelor of Arts, Honors in Linguistics from Concordia University (2008), and a Diploma in Public Administration and Governance from McGill University (2023). 

Diana sits on the board of directors for Speech and Audiology Canada, brining a voice for Northern and an Indigenous perspective. 

She loves sewing parkas and mitts, taking her dog on walks, and camping or boating with her family. She is an advocate for Indigenous Peoples and Rights and really enjoy community and cultural activities.  

As an experienced clinician, she has training and experience in a variety of areas such as for Stuttering, Autism, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Developmental Language Disorders, Speech sound Disorders and more. She works with children of all ages to support speech and language development.  

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