Volunteer Spotlight: Memorie Gosa
Published by Feeding Matters on Jul 01, 2020
Feeding Matters Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly Q & A series that shares the stories of our growing network of change agents, the driving force behind our vision to create a world where children with pediatric feeding disorder will thrive. This month we bring you Memorie Gosa.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do. I am an associate professor and pediatric speech-language pathologist at The University of Alabama.
What motivated you to become involved with Feeding Matters? I appreciate the parent support that is provided by Feeding Matters. I refer the families I work with to this organization all the time. I volunteered so that I could also help advance the agenda of Feeding Matters to assist families and children that live with pediatric feeding disorders.
How have you volunteered with Feeding Matters? I have worked to connect Feeding Matters with other organizations that I am involved with, such as ASHA, DRS, and ABSSD.
What has been your favorite part of volunteering with Feeding Matters? I enjoy the opportunity to work with others and learn from other professionals and families that are involved with this organization.
What sets Feeding Matters apart from other organizations? The parent to parent support is what sets Feeding Matters apart from other organizations.