I have worked in the field of Speech Language Pathology since 2006, including roles as a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, Speech-Language Technician and Speech-Language Pathologist. I've worked exclusively in the schools and have a fresh perspective on the therapy and technology needs of an SLP in this setting. I have had the privilege of speaking at ASHA, to various private groups, SLP Summit and as a guest lecturer at Arizona State University. I am a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing and a Master’s degree in Communication Disorders. I am a member of ASHA, as well as a member of ASHA SIG (Special Interest Group) 16, which focuses on school based issues. I have lived in various locations, such as South Africa, and have passion for learning about culture diversity.