CALIPSO (Clinical Assessment of Learning Inventory of Performance Streamlined Office Operations) is a web-based application that manages key aspects of academic and clinical education designed specifically and exclusively for speech-language pathology and audiology training programs.
After studying at Agnes Scott College and SCAD-Atlanta, Charlotte graduated in May 2011 from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration and Hospitality and Tourism Management. The degrees gave her an understanding of the importance of business organization, financial structure and customer service.
Following graduation, Charlotte pursued her interest in accounting and shadowed the CFO at Masters Machine Company, a large precision components manufacturing company in Round Pond, Maine. She quickly moved up in the company maintaining positions as Assistant to the CFO and Vice President as well as Accounts Payable.
After her time in Maine, Charlotte moved back to Charleston, SC to pursue new opportunities. In September of 2013, Charlotte joined the CALIPSO team as the Office Manager. There, she is responsible for new client processes, financial/accounting matters of the company as well as customer support.
Amy Dickson, MHA, M.S., CCC-SLP joined the CALIPSO team in January of 2015. She earned her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2000. Amy served as Assistant Director of Clinical Education for the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) program at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC from 2006 until 2010. In this role, Amy coordinated internal and external clinical placements and taught academic courses.
Prior to her role in the CSD program at MUSC, she routinely served as a clinical supervisor to numerous graduate students. Amy remains active in clinical practice and clinical supervision. Her clinical interests include communication and swallowing in the medically fragile population.
CALIPSO recently celebrated its 6th anniversary, and we are pleased to announce that our program is now used by more than 170 schools.