- M.S., University of Redlands
- B.A., Biola University
Darcie Hultberg comes to Biola University with eighteen years of experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist in both the public-school arena servicing TK-8th grade students and outpatient clinic for adults with neurological disorders. Across both settings, she has provided evidence-based therapy with the client's needs being at the core of her intervention. She has also valued the importance of educating parents, family members, professionals, para-professionals, and the community. She brings a unifying presence to her teams, appreciating their input to provide a comprehensive program that focuses on the excellent delivery of services across disciplines. Additionally, supervision and mentorship have been a passion. She has given back to Biola University and the profession by overseeing externships. She has also mentored seminary wives through Directing/Co-Directing the Talbot Women/Talbot Wives Fellowship program for 20 years. Darcie received her B.A. in Communication Disorders from Biola University, prior to attending the University of Redlands to receive her Master's Degree. She has served Biola University as an Adjunct Professor, providing supervision in the Biola Clinic and is honored to join the faculty for the 2021-2022 school year. She looks forward to training upcoming speech therapists in mind and character to impact the world for the Lord Jesus Christ.