Press Coverage

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The Moment Every Adult Stutterer Dreads
December 8, 2020
AIS Board Chairman, Eric Dinallo, published an Op-Ed in The Atlantic in response to a recent article by John Hedrickson. He shares that Vice President Joe Biden has performed an important service by drawing new attention to stuttering and to the challenges people who stutter face daily.
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Emily Blunt and Carl Herder on NPR in Atlanta
November 23, 2020
Atlanta Clinic Director Carl Herder and AIS Board Member Emily Blunt were interviewed on City Lights with Lois Reitzes to discuss the mission of AIS and Emily’s personal experience with stuttering.
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AIS and Stuttering Featured on CBS46 News in Atlanta
November 19, 2020
AIS Board Member Emily Blunt and Atlanta Clinic Director Carl Herder joined Astrid Martinez to talk about the lived experience of stuttering and the services offered by AIS in Atlanta and across the country.
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Carl Herder Interviewed on Texas Public Radio
October 22, 2020
In honor of International Stuttering Awareness Day, Carl Herder, our Atlanta stuttering specialist spoke about stuttering with Jerry Clayton on Texas Public Radio.
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Debevoise Partner: Stuttering Made Me a Better Leader
September 17, 2020
A wonderful interview in The American Lawyer featuring our Chairman, Eric Dinallo, and his experience as a lawyer who stutters. Eric Dinallo is a self-described lifelong stutterer, a partner at the law firm of Debevoise & Plimpton, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors here at the American Institute for Stuttering.
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2020 AIS Virtual Gala Feature – New York Social Diary
August 10, 2020
The 2020 AIS Virtual Gala was featured in “The Story Here in NY” in the New York Social Diary. The story notes that now, more than ever before, AIS’ work has become critical as many clients who stutter have reported feelings of isolation and concern about the lack of social interaction that has resulted from the pandemic. AIS has continued to provide a supportive sense of community during these very difficult times.
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