Megan is a graduate of Campbell University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree. She then attended North Carolina Central University where she obtained her Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. At NCCU, Megan was a Graduate Research Assistant in the Right-Brain Cognitive Linguistics Lab. She was also involved in conducting research on voice and communication therapy for the transgender client, where she presented at the national level.
Megan has experience providing speech and language therapy services to both children and adult populations. She has a passion for evaluating and treating adults with voice disorders, cognitive-linguistic deficits, dysphagia, aphasia, and dysarthria. She has experience with specific treatment programs, such as LSVT LOUD (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) for individuals with Parkinson’s disease, as well as providing facial rehabilitation as a result of facial nerve paralysis secondary to Bell’s palsy and Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Megan also enjoys working with the pediatric population, specifically children with receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, and developmental delays. She has experience providing therapeutic services via teletherapy and face-to-face. She is familiar with both aided and unaided augmentative communication systems (AAC). Her overall aim is to provide efficient and quality patient-centered care to her clients and assist both populations in advocating for their wants and needs.
Outside of work, Megan enjoys cooking, running, going to the beach, and traveling.