Jeanne McHugh began her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist at an Easter Seals Center in Marion, Ohio and then moved to Lansing, Michigan where she worked in a private practice. She started supervising speech-language pathology graduate students nearly 30 years ago at Michigan State University. Now at The George Washington University Speech, Language and Hearing Center for the past 25 years, she supervises graduate clinicians whosupport clients with Fluency disorders (i.e., stuttering, cluttering and rate of speech).
Previously Jeanne also supervised graduate students providing speech therapy in the Neurogenic Communication Disorders Clinic at GW. In addition, she provided direct speech-language pathology services and supervised graduate students at an off-campus therapeutic nursery program for 3-5 year-old children in Washington, DC. Diagnoses included cerebral palsy, autism, intellectual disability, emotional and behavioral problems and Down syndrome.