Ms. Sterling-Orth joined the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2002. She completed both her baccalaureate degree and her master's degree in Communication Disorders at UW-Eau Claire. Before joining the department, she worked as a public school speech-language pathologist in Wisconsin. Following her experience in the public schools, Angie worked for Thinking Publications in Eau Claire, editing and co-authoring assessment and intervention resources for use with children with communication disorders. She has particular interest in language disorders in children, fluency and stuttering, and using technology to elevate clinical practice.
Angie currently provides supervision of graduate and undergraduate student clinicians both on- and off-campus. In addition, she teaches coursework in language disorders, fluency disorders, clinical supervision, and using technology in CSD. Angie transitioned to the role of Director of Clinical Programs and Services in 2007.