Bernard P. Henri, Ph.D. served as the Executive Director of the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center from 1989 – 2015 and recently retired as adjunct Professor at Case Western Reserve University where he taught graduate courses for 30 years. He is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Dr. Henri holds a Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northwestern University; he also holds degrees from Boston College and Boston University. His clinical interests lie in the management of neurologically-based speech-language disorders. He served as a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA) Health Care Economics Committee and a member of ASHA’s Government Relations & Public Policy Board and its Council on Academic Accreditation. Dr. Henri has published and presented nationally in the areas of legislative advocacy, reimbursement, Quality Improvement, and incentive systems in not-for-profits. He has over 40 years of experience in the leadership of not-for-profit speech-language pathology and audiology organizations. The former President of the Ohio and Maine Speech-Language and Hearing Associations (OSHA/MSHA), Dr. Henri served as OSHA’s Director of Public Policy and is the Association’s past Director of Professional Services. Dr. Henri was chairman of the OSHA Governmental Affairs Coalition. He received the Ohio Speech and Hearing Association’s “Honors of the Association.” Bernard Henri is married to Daria. Together they have four married sons and seven grandchildren. They moved to Solon in 1989 from Kennebunk, Maine.