Elisabeth “Liz” Mlawski is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Yeshiva University in New York. She began her career as a school-based clinician with the New York Department of Education while also dabbling in Early Intervention in the evening. After getting married and starting a family, she switched gears and began working as a clinical supervisor for graduate students completing their internship at a university- based clinic. This experience led her to return to school for her PhD with the goal of helping to educate the next generation of SLPs. At Yeshiva University, she teaches normal language development, language disorders, diagnostics, professional issues, and serves as the Faculty Advisor for the National Student Speech-Language, and Hearing Association Chapter. She also had the opportunity to be a faculty chaperone for undergraduate students traveling to Florence, Italy for a summer abroad program. When not preparing a lecture, grading student work, or holding office hours, she loves practicing on her yoga.