Instructor of Communication Disorders

Office: WTAMU Amarillo Center, Suite 350-J
Phone: 806-651-5102

Professional Profile

Ms. Rollin joined the College of Nursing and Health Sciences in August 2017.  She received her B.S. and M.S. in Communication Disorders from Southwest Texas State University.  She holds the "Certificate of Clinical Competence" from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) as well as licensure in the states of Texas and Arizona.  Ms. Rollin is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia) Special Interest Group.

Teaching and Related Service

Ms. Rollin currently teaches Language Development and Swallowing Disorders.  Ms. Rollin also supervises graduate students in the department as they complete clinical rotations working with children and adults who have communication disorders.

Ms. Rollin has 27 years of experience as a speech/language pathologist.  She has a diverse background, having had the privilege of working with birth to geriatric clients in a variety of settings to include schools, SNF, HH, OP clinics, and IP/OP at rehabilitation, community, and children’s hospitals.

Personal Sketch

Ms. Rollin recently moved back to Texas from Arizona and currently lives in the Amarillo area.  Having previously lived in the Hill Country area of Texas, she is now learning about the Panhandle area of Texas.  She enjoys reading and hanging out with family (now talking on the phone with them!).