Megan is a speech therapist who earned her degrees from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Megan spent five years during university conducting pediatric language research at the Waisman Center, publishing and applying this research throughout her various work settings. She became a speech therapist to help individuals across the lifespan find their voice. Whether working with infants, preschoolers, teenagers, or adults, Megan strives to help her clients reach new heights in their communication.
Megan’s career has transported her to clinics, hospitals, schools, and clients’ homes across the state of Wisconsin. She enjoys working with children and their families to support a united mission for communicative independence through play-based therapy. Outside of work, Megan enjoys experimenting with new recipes, hiking through state parks, and cheering on the Badgers with family and friends.