MS Speech-Language Pathologist, Andrews University

Catherine chose to become an SLP because she is extremely passionate about helping people find their voice, whether natural or mechanical. Catherine has experience in a variety of settings including, private practice, assisted living, and schools. She worked with various differences and disorders including, but not limited to, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Dysarthria, Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders, Speech Sound Disorders, Language Disorders, Stuttering, and Voice. In addition, medical/developmental conditions such as Autism, Cleft, and Down Syndrome.

In her free time, she enjoys soaking up the sun with outdoor activities, attending church, and time with her family. As a Cosmetologist in addition to SLP, her weekends are filled up styling hair, sculpting nails, and product making.