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Member State Appointed Delegates

State FlagAffiliationNameState
AudiologyLarry MoltAlabama
SLPKaren ThatcherAlabama
AgencyNate BrownColorado
AgencyOfelia DuranColorado
Adopted on July 24, 1913, the Delaware state flag has a background of colonial blue surrounding a diamond of buff color in which the coat of arms of the state is placed. Below the diamond are the words “December 7, 1787,” indicating the day on which Delaware was the first state to ratify the United States constitution. Because of this action, Delaware became the first state in the Union, and is, therefore, accorded the first position in such national events as presidential inaugurations. According to members of the original commission established to design the flag, the shades of buff and colonial blue represent those of the uniform of General George Washington. Inside the diamond, the flag recognizes the importance of commerce {the ship} and agriculture {wheat, corn, the ox and the farmer} to the state. Tribute is also paid to the revolutionary war soldiers. The words in the ribbon banner read Liberty and Independence.AudiologyNot yet appointedDelaware
Adopted on July 24, 1913, the Delaware state flag has a background of colonial blue surrounding a diamond of buff color in which the coat of arms of the state is placed. Below the diamond are the words “December 7, 1787,” indicating the day on which Delaware was the first state to ratify the United States constitution. Because of this action, Delaware became the first state in the Union, and is, therefore, accorded the first position in such national events as presidential inaugurations. According to members of the original commission established to design the flag, the shades of buff and colonial blue represent those of the uniform of General George Washington. Inside the diamond, the flag recognizes the importance of commerce {the ship} and agriculture {wheat, corn, the ox and the farmer} to the state. Tribute is also paid to the revolutionary war soldiers. The words in the ribbon banner read Liberty and Independence.SLPNot yet appointedDelaware
AudiologyAlice CellinoGeorgia
SLPKelley ClaasGeorgia
AgencyGayle ChaneyIdaho
AgencyNot yet appointedIdaho
AgencyAnn BilodeauIndiana
AgencyCarol HessionIndiana
AgencyKevin KockIowa
AgencyNancy AlmasiIowa
AudiologyDena HallKansas
SLPJeanne CopelandKansas
AudiologyCasey RoofKentucky
SLPDouglas KeefeKentucky
AudiologyGlenn WaguespackLouisiana
SLPStacey Samuels-ColeLouisiana
AudiologyArifa QureshiMaryland
SLPJill SilvermanMaryland
AgencyAmirah SaleemMississippi
AgencyFelicia WangMississippi
AudiologyNot yet appointedMissouri
SLPNot yet appointedMissouri
AgencyBecky WisellNebraska
AgencyClaire Covert-ByBeeNebraska
AudiologyWilliam FlandersNew Hampshire
SLPMeredith BergeronNew Hampshire
AudiologySherri SmithNorth Carolina
SLPNicole JeffcoateNorth Carolina
AudiologyTammy BrownOhio
SLPBarbara PrakupOhio
AudiologyMisty MannOklahoma
SLPChristina CidOklahoma
AudiologyJason WigandSouth Carolina
SLPSarah Davis EmorySouth Carolina
AudiologyAlicia BarkerTennessee
SLPCarrie MillsTennessee
AudiologyCurtis ThomasUtah
SLPJulia LidgardUtah
AudiologyMichael ZagarellaWest Virginia
SLPVickie PullinsWest Virginia
AudiologyBrant ChristensenWyoming
SLPMichael MurdockWyoming

Additional Commissioners Pursuant to Section 8(B)(2) of the Compact

State FlagNameTitleState
Denise BrownExecutive DirectorNorth Carolina
Brenda FairfaxPublic Board MemberNorth Carolina
Jolie JonesExecutive DirectorLouisiana
Ellen SteinPublic Board MemberMaryland
Gregg ThorntonExecutive DirectorOhio