I have been working in the speech-language field since 2007. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Florida in 2006, and my masters from University of South Florida in 2009. I have worked in the school system, hospital, independent clinic, and home health settings.
I have been working as a pediatric Occupational Therapist for almost a decade. I received my undergraduate degree in Health Science and a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Florida. I have been married to my husband, Kris for 5 years and we have two wonderful children with one pesky puppy.
I graduated from the University of South Florida with my Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders and am currently enrolled at Nova Southeastern University where I am pursuing my Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology.
I have worked in many settings throughout my graduate career, but always found myself gravitating to my passion of working with children. Being part of the growth and changes in therapy is as rewarding for the therapist as it is for the child.
Adventure, positivity, passion, laughter, and happiness are qualities I value in life. I ensure that my kiddos are experiencing at least one of those aspects each time they receive occupational therapy services.
I have been working in the speech-language field since 2003. I received my undergraduate degree from Marymount Manhattan College in 2002, in 2004 I completed my bilingual extension at Columbia University and my masters from Touro College in 2010.
I graduated from Indiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Language Studies – Teaching English as a Second Language. While in school, I studied abroad for one year in Germany, where I taught English to elementary school students. Before moving to Florida, I worked as an international student advisor at a language school.