Founder, Sander Flaum

Meet Sander Flaum, Founder of the Flaum Center for Fluency Disorders, and Principal at Flaum Navigators:

Sander Flaum

As a person who stutters, Sander has committed his life to taking his stutter on directly and succeeding despite the disorder. Sander, and his late wife Mechele, dedicated their time and contribution to create the Flaum Center for Fluency Disorders and have been supporters of the OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic for over a decade. Sander’s relationship with OSU began in 1954, when he attended for his undergraduate education and later graduated with his degree. He completed his M.B.A. at Fairleigh Dickenson University and built an incredibly impressive career as a mentor, coach, consultant and best-selling author. Sander  has continued to give back to OSU as an advocate, volunteer and donor. Sander has held positions on the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council, Fisher College of Business Dean’s Advisory Council, James Hospital Foundation Board and Buckeye Leadership Fellows Advisory Committee. For more information about Sander’s work, please check out his website at or follow him on social media @sander_flaum.