Advocating with Netflix: The Open and Honest Stuttering Edition

Samantha Roybler

Samantha Roybler

Samantha Roybler joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss open and honest stuttering, advocating with Netflix, Camp SAY and much more.

Sam was featured in the article Sam Spoke. Netflix Listened. Watch Sam read Louder Than a Bomb Great Plains.

Samantha Roybler is a 16-year-old high school sophomore who lives in Lincoln, Nebraska. She works part time as a server in a retirement community and is an active member on her poetry slam team at school. She first started taking interest in stuttering advocacy after attending camp SAY in 2017.

Chaya Goldstein, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist who stutters. She works at the American Institute for Stuttering (AIS) in New York City and teaches graduate courses in Fluency Disorders. She co-leads the National Stuttering Association Adult Manhattan chapter and coordinates the FRIENDS “Stepping Up” Mentorship program for children and teens who stutter. She’s cares deeply about stuttering advocacy, education, and empowerment and is committed to educating SLPs, educators and the public.