I've been in education for nearly 20 years. I began my career as a Speech Language Pathologist at Spring Independent School District where I served Speech services for 2 years and then moved off to the Dallas area and spent 3 years as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant for 3 more years. I spent 7 years as a general education in teacher in grades Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 3rd Grade, 4th grade, High School as an American Sign Language Teacher as a second language. I went back to Speech therapy acknowledging that this field was my niche and calling. I've spent one year as a speech therapist in a private clinic, but returned back to Public schools because of my experience was mostly spent there and where my comfort zone has remained. I've served Columbia-Brazoria Independent School District for the past 5 years under the supervision of Alisha Way, CCC-SLP as a licensed Speech Language Pathologist Assistant.
I provide speech service at West Columbia Elementary and Wild Peach Elementary.
I was born and raised in Angleton, Texas and am very happy to be back in Brazoria County serving speech students.
I'm very passionate about the field of Speech Language Pathology. I am ceaselessly researching the latest evidenced based techniques to provide our community through attending Region 4 trainings and Texas Speech and Hearing Conventions annually to provide our students with most current speech strategies available.
I attended Stephen F. Austin State University where I received my Bachelors of Science in Education, Speech Language Pathology with some under graduate studies at Baylor University. I also have a Bachelors in Elementary Eduction as well as an Early Childhood Certification specializing in English at Houston Baptist University.
With that said Axe 'Em Jacks, Sic 'Em Bears and Go Huskies!