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To obtain a position in the field of Speech-Language Pathology. PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Focused and personable speech-language pathologist trained in evaluation and treatment of disorders related to communication, speech, voice, fluency, and language. Organized problem solver who has experience in swiftly handling changing caseloads and therapy-related duties.

Long Island University- LIU Brookville, NY, Expected in 08/2021 Master of Arts : Speech-Language Pathology - GPA :

GPA: 3.98, Dean’s List Recognition

Saint Joseph’s College Patchogue, NY, Expected in 05/2019 Bachelor of Arts : Speech Communication - GPA :

GPA: 3.95, Dean’s List Recognition, Summa Cum Laude Lambda Pi Eta—National Communication Association Fall 2018 to Present Pi Alpha Sigma & Phi Theta Kappa—4-year accreditation Fall 2015 to Fall


Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) August 2021

ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (SLP) After Clinical Fellowship

New York State License (SLP) After Clinical Fellowship

Clinical Experience
Virginia Mason Medical Center - Graduate Clinician
Seattle, WA, 08/2020 - 11/2020
  • Directed a group of adults with aphasia and created activities to meet the communication needs of each member through teletherapy.
  • Employed a variety of communication modalities to enhance functional communication in adults with varying degrees of aphasia, apraxia, and dysarthria as well as cognitive and executive function difficulties.
  • Encouraged socialization through the use of verbal and non-verbal communication in supported conversation.
  • Created and guided structured activities to promote socialization and minimize communication barriers.
  • Structured and guided a variety of activities to encourage communication.
  • Counseled adults to provide emotional support and improve quality of life.
J.M. Ladge Speech And Hearing Center - Graduate Clinician
City, STATE, 04/2020 - 11/2020
  • Provided speech and language therapy through teletherapy to children and adults in individual and group settings, including those with autism spectrum disorder, expressive language delay, receptive language delay, executive function deficits, literacy deficits, fluency disorders, and accent reduction.
  • Collaborated with other graduate clinicians for the purposes of providing co-therapy sessions, lesson planning, data collection, and report writing.
  • Completed paperwork including: master logs, lesson plans, master data sheets and progress reports.
  • Administered and interpreted a formal preschool language screening evaluation for preschool children (tests: PSL-5).
  • RELEVANT WORKSHOPS: Training in Autism Spectrum Disorders Counseling in Speech-Language Pathology Multicultural Issues in Speech-Language Pathology Augmentative and Alternative Communication.
Academy Street Elementary School - Graduate Intern
City, STATE, 12/2020 - 04/2021
  • Designed and implemented speech and language treatment plans for children (K to 5) with communication disorders in areas of articulation, expressive/receptive language, auditory processing, autism spectrum disorder, and hearing impaired.
  • Administered and interpreted formal/informal articulation, hearing and language assessments (GFTA-3, TOLD-P:5, CELF-5, DIAL-4, LPT 3-Elementary, TACL-4, EOWPVT-4, TAPS-4, The WORD Test 3rd Edition-Elementary (TWT3-E), Articulation Screening, Language Sample, and Hearing Screening) and determined appropriate diagnoses.
  • Completed progress, annual review, AIS and individualized evaluation reports for annual and triennial reviews.
  • Assisted in developing IEPs by recording and analyzing data regarding student progress utilizing daily logs and creating IEP goals.
  • Developed and executed lesson plans that aligned with individual IEP goals for group and individual sessions in collaboration with the supervising therapist.
  • Utilized data to plan for future intervention in order to achieve targeted goals, including curriculum-based instruction and behavior management.
  • Utilized the Zone of Proximal Development, allowing individual abilities to guide instructional pace while implementing necessary scaffolds.
  • Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team of teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, school psychologists, and administration.
  • Presented at committee on special education (CSE) meetings.
Professional Memberships

National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), St. Joseph’s College, NY

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