Kayla joined Clearly Speaking in the summer of 2020 for her clinical fellowship. Originally from Massachusetts, Kayla completed her undergraduate studies at the University of New Hampshire in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2018. She then received her master’s degree from SUNY Plattsburgh in New York in 2020. During her master’s program, Kayla presented two research posters at the 2019 ASHA Convention in Orlando, Florida; one on the relationship between adverse childhood experiences and executive dysfunction, and the other on the relevance of Phenylketonuria (PKU) and speech-language pathology.
Kayla has always enjoyed working with children, and has experience working with children with various speech and language disorders. Kayla has gained experience through internships in several settings including early intervention, a hospital and an elementary school. She is passionate about working with children and their families to help them reach their goals.
While not working, Kayla enjoys hiking in the White Mountains, running half marathons, and relaxing in her hammock with a good book.