About Embry Burrus
Associate Clinical Professor/TES Clinical Supervisor
Embry Burrus is an Associate Clinical Professor in speech-language pathology at Auburn University. Her areas of interest include children with developmental delay, children and adults who stutter, and supervision. She is the author of Mama and Margaret, a memoir about her older sister with Down syndrome, and co-author of a clinical textbook, Professional Communication in Speech-Language Pathology: How to Write, Talk & Act Like a Clinician. Before becoming a clinical professor, she practiced in Atlanta, Georgia, where she worked with children in the public schools, Head Start, and Early Intervention.
Last Updated: January 03, 2019