Gregory J. Spray, M.A., CCC-SLP joined Pi Kappa Phi as a member of Zeta class at Western Michigan University (Theta Rho). While there, he was elected chapter treasurer, served as social chair, and also held numerous positions on campus. After graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology, he continued his education at Michigan State University where he earned a Master of Arts in Communicative Sciences & Disorders. Currently, Greg is a Ph.D. student at Michigan State University where he is studying the neural underpinnings of developmental stuttering using neuroimaging techniques. He also serves as the Vice President of Membership for the Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association. As a speech-language pathologist, Greg has enjoyed working with patients across the lifespan to increase neuro-cognitive communication skills. In recent years, Greg has published research in the fields of dyslexia, bilingualism, and stuttering. This past spring he assisted in the development of the first medical speech-language pathology program in Bulgaria while participating in the Erasmus+ program.