I skipped my last year of high school, attending Florida State University (GO NOLES!) where I would earn my bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 3 years. Then, I went on to get my master’s degree at Florida Atlantic University. After 6 years of working full-time in the schools I decided my master’s degree was not enough… So, I’m proud to say I received my Doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D) from Nova Southeastern University in June 2014.
I love the schools! It’s my passion. I provide inclusive based services and wouldn’t have it any other way!
I want to fill my brain with knowledge until it bursts! I want to teach others. I want to mentor.
I hope that through my experiences, I can help others to enrich the lives of students with speech and language impairments to be successful within the general education classroom setting!
My family means the world to me and I am thankful for the never ending support they shower me with. I am married to an amazing man who supports me through all of my crazy and whirlwind endeavors despite the time and energy I put into them. I couldn’t do it all without him by my side!