M.A. Speech-Language Pathology, Central Michigan University | Megan’s interest in the field of speech-language pathology began in high school following a day of shadowing an SLP. She admired the combination of health science, patient connection, and communication access within the field. Megan earned her B.S. from Grand Valley State University and M.A. from Central Michigan University, where her volunteer and clinical experiences spanned a variety of settings, therapy models, and evaluation/treatment options. While she has enjoyed all settings and caseloads, Megan’s interests are in pediatric motor speech disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, fluency, speech-sound disorders, and dysphagia. She strives to help patients and their families make meaningful and sustainable progress toward their goals and is looking forward to being a part of the intensive therapy model at NAPA Center! In her free time, Megan enjoys cycling, rock climbing, pickleball, and exploring new areas in California.