Monica C. Hudnall


Fremont, California

Monica C. Hudnall | Fremont, California | Top 100 Speech-Language Pathologists Impacting the Field

Practicing Since


Graduate Program

San José State University (SJSU)

Therapeutic Focus

Pediatric, in-home; School

Accolades, Award or Notable Achievements

  • October 2017: Published “What Happens Next For Your Young Adult Clients With Autism?” on the ASHA Leader Blog
  • September 2017: Poster board titled “Emotion Word Vocabulary Acquisition: Usage and Implications For School Age Second Language Learners” was displayed at the 5th International Conference Of Logopedics, Logopedics In Theory and Practice in Poland
  • March 2017: Presented a 90-minute seminar on Evidence Based Practice: Improving Joint Attention Outcomes for Children (0-5) with ASD

Favorite Quote

“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” —Maya Angelou

Monica C. Hudnall


Fremont, California

“I honestly could not have picked a more fulfilling profession.”


(From Monica C. Hudnall, M.A. CCC-SLP is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) serving pediatric populations in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has worked with clients and families from Spanish, Vietnamese, Cantonese Mandarin, Tagalog, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu and Russian speaking backgrounds. She currently provides speech therapy services in public schools and Early Intervention (ages 0-3). Her primary areas of interest are Autism Spectrum Disorders, Culturally-Linguistically diverse populations and Literacy. She graduated from San Jose State University in 2015 with a Master’s in Education (Speech Pathology) and earned a Certificate in Theory, Knowledge and Practice about Autism Spectrum Disorders. She received full scholarship for her graduate studies through Project CASCADES – a 2-year training grant in evidence-based approaches for working with culturally and linguistically diverse youth with speech, language and hearing disorders.

Ms. Hudnall has presented at the California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) annual convention on the topics of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Evidence Based Practices, as well as Vocabulary Acquisition in Second Language Learners. Her work has been shared globally at the 5th International Conference of Logopedics/Logopedics in Theory and Practice in Poland.

From January 2019 to January 2021 she will serve as the Early Career Professional (ECP) on the Government Affairs and Public Policy Board of the American Speech Language Hearing Association.