Lisa is a highly skilled SLP who earned her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from West Virginia University. Lisa earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She is passionate about her work and enjoys helping children find their voice and build connections with others. In her free time, Lisa enjoys cooking, playing board games, and traveling between the mountains and beach with her family.
Lisa first met Bethany in preschool, however, it was not until first grade that Lisa began to work with Bethany directly, providing her with speech therapy in a variety of settings.
During one therapy session when Bethany was not feeling well and did not want to participate. Lisa enlisted the help of Holden, the family dog, who assisted Bethany in making choices using sign language. This not only helped Bethany to feel more comfortable and engaged, but also allowed her to laugh and enjoy the session, despite not feeling her best.
Lisa serves on the events committee for BBF and helps BBF to fulfill applications for support.