Jackie Hinckley is Professor of Speech/Language Pathology in the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Dr. Hinckley is a Fellow of Person-Centered Care and is Board Certified in Neurogenic Communication Disorders from the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences. She was recently honored with the Audrey Holland award from Aphasia Access, and serves on their Board of Directors. She is Project Lead of Project BRIDGE, a research incubator that fosters multi-stakeholder research teams, particularly in aphasia. She was the Founding Executive Director of Voices of Hope for Aphasia, a nonprofit helping people with aphasia in the Tampa/St Petersburg area. Dr. Hinckley is the author of a book entitled What Is It Like to Have Trouble Communicating? A Series of Stimulation Activities to Educate Family, Friends and Caregivers, and the co-developer of the online Aphasia Simulations. As a certified speech-language pathologist for 35 years, she began her clinical and research career as Head of Aphasia Services at the University of Michigan. Her clinical work and research spans topics that include family education, treatment outcomes, and implementation of evidence-based practices.