Bouvé Communications| Tuesday July 7, 2020
At the end of Alyson Dahlberg’s shift, which wraps up around 7 a.m., she can be found sitting, balancing on the driver’s seat of her car with her feet in a bucket. She’s removing her hospital shoes, which she just wore for the past 12 hours, and changing into her “normal” shoes before they ever touch the interior…
|topic||Speech-language pathology, synthetic speech, Rupel Patel, VocaliD|
|credits||Photo by Talia Kendra-Ryan|
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