Joelle Fang, MS, CF-SLP is a bilingual speech-language pathology fellow with JFK Partners, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. She was previously a fellow with Arizona LEND and is currently a LEND diversity fellow with JFK Partners. Her previous clinical experiences include evaluating and providing evidence-based clinical services for children from diverse cultural backgrounds with neurodevelopmental disabilities in a pediatric outpatient clinic, a university clinic, a preschool, an elementary school, and a research language summer camp. Her clinical interests include interdisciplinary collaborations, family-centered early intervention, neurodevelopmental disabilities, feeding and swallowing, and bilingual evaluation and intervention. Her diversity fellow project will focus on Increasing awareness of the availability of early intervention speech-language therapy services for children ages 0-3 within the Asian Pacific community by partnering with the Asian Pacific Development Center in Colorado. She hopes that the enriched educational experience provided by the clinical fellowship will allow her to grow clinically, academically, and professionally so that she may become a leader in her field who creates positive change by serving the needs of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families.