National Stuttering Association
The NSA was founded by Bob Goldman and Michael Sugarman as the National Stuttering Project in California in 1977. Currently the NSA functions through a network of more than 100 local adult, teen, and children's chapters nationwide.
The NSA sponsors regional workshops, youth and family events, education seminars for speech-language pathologists, and an Annual Conference, which hosts an average of 800 attendees. The NSA also publishes educational resources, such as pamphlets and booklets about stuttering, as well as two newsletters: Letting Go (for adults) and Family Voices (for children, teens, and parents). The NSA sponsors a monthly radio show about the effect of stuttering on guests' lives as well as a biweekly Google+ Hangout for teens who stutter.
The NSA played a key role in establishing the National Stuttering Awareness Week in 1988.
The NSA hosts a conference in the summer every year in the first week of July in cities throughout the United States. These cities included Scottsdale, AZ in 2009, Cleveland, OH in 2010, Fort Worth, TX in 2011, and St. Petersburg, FL in 2012, again in Scottsdale in 2013. In the next three years, the conference will be in Washington D.C. in 2014, Chicago in 2015, and California in 2016. The 2016 conference will be a joint-conference with the International Stuttering Association. The conference begins with a two day research symposium with presentations and workshops by experts in the field, which is then followed by a five day general conference which features workshops led by the experts and by volunteers, as well as a keynote. The keynote was presented in 2011 by David Seidler, screenwriter of The King's Speech and in 2013 by Trumaine McBride, a cornerback in the National Football League.
National Stuttering Association Hall of Fame
The NSA Hall of Fame
- Fred Murray, Mel Hoffman, Rich Wells, Herb Goldberg, Dorvan Breitenfeldt, John C. Harrison, Annie Glenn, Jim McClure
- 1996: John Ahlbach, NSA Executive Director 1981-1995 
- 1998: Michael Sugarman
- 2000: John Paul Larkin (Scatman John)
- 2001: Vivian Sheehan
- 2002: Eugene Cooper
- 2003: Lee Reeves NSA Chairman of the Board of Directors (1997-2003)
- 2005: Marty Jezer
- 2007: Annie Bradberry, NSA Executive Director 1993 - 2003
- 2013: Lu Wen Hao, Hwa Chong Institution 2010–present
- International Stuttering Association
- Stuttering Foundation of America
- British Stammering Association
- The Indian Stammering Association
- Israel Stuttering Association (AMBI)
- NSA webpage: "General Info", "About the NSA"
- History of the NSA
- Distinguished Service Award Nomination for the National Stuttering Association
- NSA Webpage: "NSA Family Radio"
- NSA Webpage: "Annual Conference""
- NSA 24th Annual Conference (2007), pp.56-57
- NSA: What's New: August 16, 2005
- NSA: What's New: August 5, 2005
- Marty Jezer Memoria