I am a licensed speech-language pathologist of nearly a decade. My clinical interests center around assessment & treatment of motor speech disorders, cognitive-communication disorders, implementation science, & scholarship of teaching & learning in speech-language pathology, including supervision of graduate students and clinical fellows. I received my M.A. from Case Western Reserve University (2008) and my B.A. from Simon’s Rock College of Bard (2003).
I currently practice in public schools and skilled nursing/long-term care (per diem). I am actively pursuing continuing education in telepractice.
My husband, daughter, and I live in Kent, Washington. When I’m not working or co-blogging at SLPs in the SNF, I enjoy playing with my 8-month-old, swimming, going camping, Face Timing my nieces in Ohio, and playing with these ridiculous cats.