Charley is a clinical assistant professor at the University of South Carolina. He began teaching graduate coursework on stuttering in 2000, and established the Columbia, SC chapter of the NSA in 2001. Charley has led the chapter ever since, and welcomed Aisha Haynes as his chapter co-leader in 2019. Charley joined the NSA’s Board of Directors in 2019.
Charley attended his first NSA conference in 2006 in Atlanta, and has only missed three since then! Charley received the award for NSA Regional Chapter Coordinator of the Year in 2011, and in 2013 he was awarded the NSA’s Speech Language Pathologist of the Year. Charley has presented on stuttering and fluency disorders at the local, national and international levels. He takes particular interest in covert stuttering and cluttering.
Charley enjoys spending time with his son Noah, age 16, and his dog Lola, aged 3. If the weather is nice, there’s a decent chance that he’s somewhere playing disc golf.