Ashley is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland where she earned her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She has practiced in a variety of pediatric settings such as private practice, schools, daycare/Head Start centers, and home-based early intervention, but truly enjoys working in outpatient as she strives to incorporate family connections and collaboration throughout treatment. She has a strong clinical interest in childhood apraxia of speech and pediatric feeding disorders and is trained in the SOS Approach to Feeding. Most recently, Ashley became a Natural Language Acquisition (NLA) Trained Clinician. Ashley is also a proud recipient of the ASHA ACE award demonstrating her exceptional commitment to continuing professional education. In addition to her clinical interests, Ashley enjoys mentoring and supervising SLP undergrad and graduate students as well as clinical fellows. Outside of work, Ashley practices all things wellness and mindfulness and loves reading, going to the beach, and traveling with family and friends.