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  • Thursday, May 28, 2015
  • Joe Barimo , EdD, MBA, CCC-SLP

    He currently holds the position of President of Professionally Speaking & Managing Inc., a consulting company specializing in Speech Therapy, teaching as a management competency, healthcare education and university clinic operations. He also establishes community, university and business partnerships to promote education, training and quality service delivery in health care. As the Vice President of Corporate Learning for a national long term care organization, Dr. Barimo has been responsible for providing education and training; with a focus on adult learning strategies and high quality content using state-of-the art delivery systems; to over 12000 employees in 72 Long Term Care facilities in 7 states. According to Dr. Barimo, “Education and training are the keys that unlock potential and allow individuals to achieve their personal and professional goals.” Dr. Barimo is a Past President of the Florida Association of Speech Pathologists and Audiologists. He has held the positions of Executive Dean of University Budgets and Planning, Area Chair in the College of Health and Human Services, Director of University Clinic Business Operations, Regional Vice President of Operations for a national rehabilitation corporation and Director of the Ed.D Executive Track in a college of education. Dr. Barimo holds a doctorate in Education, an Executive Master of Business Administration degree, and a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. Highlights of his career include: created a doctoral program in executive leadership, maintained an employee retention rate of 97%, designed, implemented and monitored a system that improved the delivery of university student services, oversaw the clinical operations for 102 nursing homes in Florida with over 1,000 employees and overhauled the financial operations for a college of education that increased the profit margin from 16% to 28% in one year, which translated into an increase of 2.6 million dollars, the bottom line.