Emily graduated with a Bachelors in Technology Teacher Education from Mississippi State University in 2008 and with a Masters in Speech/Language Pathology from Mississippi University for Women in 2011. She has worked multiple settings within the pediatric population including preschool and elementary school, clinic, and early childhood intervention programs. She has experience with a variety of diagnoses including expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation, fluency, pragmatic disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, hearing impairments, emotional and behavior disabilities, and developmental disabilities. Related Trainings include: Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S.) Approach to feeding, “Think Social!” by Michelle Garcia Winner, The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Playing on Purpose: Evidence Based Sensory Strategies, and Making Sense of Sensory by Cari Ebert. Emily has a passion for working alongside families to help them better advocate for, understand, and help their children to succeed in day to day life. Emily loves to spend time with her family, all thing sports related, and camping.