I completed my BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh and my MSP in Speech Pathology at the University of South Carolina. I have experience in home health/EI, outpatient GI feeding clinic, and pediatric acute care (primarily NICU and PICU). I currently reside in Greenville, SC where I treat a caseload of majority feeding patients at the Advanced Institute for Development and Learning. I specialize in treating medically fragile and complex pediatric patients with oropharyngeal dysphagia and feeding disorders in our outpatient clinic. I am a cohost of the PodCourse entitled “First Bite: Fed, Fun, Functional,” (available for ASHA and AOTA approved CEUs) where we focus on providing evidence and treatments for medically complex children. The PodCourse also supports interdisciplinary care by interviewing subject matter experts, reviewing research, and discussing complex case studies. I regularly collaborate with other professionals (ex:/ ENT, GI, OT) in order to provide the best care for my patients and seek to understand the WHY of a patient’s PFD. I am passionate about advocating for my patients and their families everyday.