Sujini Ramachandar, PhD, CCC-SLP, is an assistant professor at Southern Connecticut State University. She received her Doctorate from University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on neurological differences (sensorimotor processing) associated with stuttering. She is currently completing her Board Certified Specialist- Fluency certification (BCS-F).
Before her transition to academia, she was a partner and chief financial officer of an itinerant speech language agency in Syracuse, NY. She has over 20 years of experience working with children and adults who stutter, providing parent and family education, and collaborating with other disciplines. In, addition to teaching and research, she continues to work with children and adults who stutter by helping them improve their quality of life.
She is a Clinical Co-Director of Camp Words Unspoken. Camp Unspoken is committed to providing a safe environment for children who stutter to develop friendships, build self-confidence, and hone communication and problem solving skills.
She is also the Director of Lotus Foundation, which focuses on providing quality rehabilitation services to underserved populations globally. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, movies, hiking, and biking.