Diane Games served as an elected member and Coordinator for the ASHA’s SIG4 (Special Interest Group-Fluency) from 2010-2014. Prior to this position, she advocated for insurance coding for children and adults who stutter. She organized and developed an intensive treatment program called Fluency Friday Plus in the Cincinnati area. She is past president of the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association and received the Honors of OSLHA. In 2010, she was named National Stuttering Association’s Speech Pathologist of the year. In 2014 she received the Elwood Chaney Clinical Achievement Award from OSLHA. In 2014, the ASHA Foundation recognized her as a State Clinical Achievement Award. She continues to practice in the Cincinnati area.