Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Alumni Profiles

Christine L. Neumayer, M.A., CCC-SLP, TSSLD, CBIS

Class of 2010

Christine Neumayer is licensed in the state of NY, ASHA Certified, a Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD), and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS).  She is currently employed at  Blyth dale Children’s Hospital (BCH) in Westchester, NY.   Christine has a primary interest in cognitive- linguistic rehabilitation, motor speech, and language disorders with the pediatric and adolescent population.  Christine has extensively evaluated and provided EBP treatment to adolescents who have suffered from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and acquired brain injuries resulting from but not limited to strokes, anoxia, brain tumors, and NMDA encephalitis.   Christine is an LSVT LOUD certified clinician with experience using the technique in the adolescent and pediatric population.   Christine enjoys sharing her clinical knowledge and providing feedback to students in her role as a graduate student supervisor at BCH.  Along with servicing patients at BCH, part of her duties includes providing school based speech and language services to school age students in various towns and cities in Westchester, NY.  Prior to working at BCH, Christine completed her clinical fellowship at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children where she treated medically fragile children from birth to age 3. 

Christine received her Master Degree (M.A.) in Speech Pathology from Lehman College.  During her college career Christine was active within the department.  She held a research assistant position in the Child Language Lab led by Dr. Seiger- Gardner throughout her undergraduate and graduate programs. She presented a poster at the 2008 ASHA convention.  Christine was the NSSLHA Lehman Chapter President and revised a chapter in the Communication Sciences Student Survival Guide published by Delmar, 2010. 


Ronit Jacobs (formerly Ronit Moritz)

ronitGraduated in September 2010

After completing her B.A in communication disorders at Rutgers College, Ronit moved to Israel where she fulfilled her requirements at Tel Aviv University to attain her license as an SLP, subsequently working in special education settings, as well as treatment centers such as the Milman Center in Haifa.  Returning to the US eleven years later, she enrolled at Lehman College to complete her M.A. and graduated in September of 2010. 

Presently, she is working in the North Plainfield School District in New Jersey. Ronit lives in Westfield, NJ with her husband, two teenage daughters and their dog, Bella. She enjoys weekend hikes with Bella, catching up on classics she missed along the years and indie films.

Continuing Education Opportunities

Graduates of the M.A. program in Speech-Language Pathology are invited to attend any Continuing Education (CE) activity sponsored by the Department at a reduced fee of $90. We urge our graduates to attend these events, which promote increased clinical competence and lifelong learning. The faculty look forward to reconnecting with you as colleagues. Information about upcoming continuing education events can be found in the "News and Announcements" section of the Department's home page. For more information about the special Continuing Education rates for alumni, contact mary.boylan@lehman.cuny.edu.

Alumni Profiles

To our alumni: We are very interested in your professional life after Lehman College. We would like to highlight our alumni's professional accomplishments, so please let us know about the great work you are doing. If you'd like to submit an alumni profile, send a brief description of your activities and a head shot (jpeg) to Christine Rota-Donahue at christine.rota-donahue@lehman.cuny.edu

Alumni Survey

Dear Alumni,
A true measure of the quality of Lehman’s Graduate Program in Speech & Hearing Sciences is found in the success of its graduates. In order to improve the quality of our program, we are interested in your feedback regarding your education at Lehman and its application to your clinical work. Your feedback is very valuable.
Please assist us by taking a few moments - no more than 5 minutes - to complete this short survey:

YOUR RESPONSES WILL REMAIN STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and will only appear in the form of statistical summaries.


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