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Lynne Brady Wagner, MA, CCC-SLP, MRMC, HEC-C

Chief Learning and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer

Lynne Brady Wagner serves as the Chief Learning and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, Chair of the Ethics Advisory Committee and Associate Director of the Spaulding Stroke Wellness Institute at Spaulding Rehabilitation. In her 25 years at Spaulding Rehabilitation, she has fulfilled many roles including speech-language pathologist, Director of the Stroke Rehabilitation Program, and Director of the Clinical Scholars Program.

Ms. Brady Wagner holds a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from St. Louis University, a graduate certificate in Healthcare Ethics from Rush University Medical School and was the first Disability Ethics Fellow at Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (now the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab) and the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago. She is certified by the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities as a Healthcare Ethics Consultant (HEC-C) and by the American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association with Medical Rehabilitation Management Certification (MRMC).
Ms. Brady Wagner is a faculty associate of the Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics, an adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at the MGH Institute for Health Professions and a lecturer at other local universities. Lynne has numerous publications in peer reviewed journals. She has presented nationally on the topics of stroke rehabilitation, ethics and disability and serves on the editorial board for the journal, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation.
Ms. Brady Wagner has been consistently active in several professional organizations including the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the American Speech-Language Hearing Association where she served on the Board of Ethics, and as Coordinating Committee Associate Chair and Chair for the Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders Special Interest Group. She has also been involved in clinical and professional committees and projects for the American Heart/Stroke Association.

Lynne is committed to continual improvement of quality and equity in clinical programs for persons with disabilities, to promoting diversity and supporting the professional and personal growth of our work force.