Program co-ordinator and full-time professor with the Communicative Disorders Assistant graduate certificate program, Elizabeth Maga has an undergraduate and graduate degree in Sociology from Acadia University, Nova Scotia. In 1998 she graduated from Dalhousie University with a Master of Science degree in Human Communication Disorders.
Maga is a registered speech-language pathologist and holds numerous professional organization memberships in her field. Prior to joining Durham College, Maga was a clinical speech-language pathologist with the Durham Preschool Speech and Language program at Grandview Children’s Centre in Oshawa. Maga also has a private speech-language pathology clinical practice where she sees preschool and school-aged children for speech and language assessments and therapy.