Arlene Zigman

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Lecturer

azigman@hunter.cuny.edu
212-772-4742
W941
Monday 3-4 PM, Thursday 4:30 - 6:30 PM
Background

Ms. Zigman received her Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders from Queens College in 1990. She worked as a Speech/Language Pathologist at Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, New York for approximately 10 years before taking a job at the Jewish Guild for the Blind’s Preschool and Early Intervention Program, first as a Speech/Language Pathologist, and then as an Assistant Director of that Program until 2003. Ms. Zigman has been, and is currently associated with Lavelle School for the Blind where she has served as the Staff Development Coordinator, an Educational Consultant, and is now the Clinical Supervisor for the Speech Department. She has presented on the topic of AAC/Tangible Symbols at both CUNY and Lavelle. Ms. Zigman has taught at Hunter College since 2003.

Education

M.A. Communication Disorders
Certificate in School Administration and Supervision/School District Administration

Teaching

SPED 792, SPED/SPEDE 795