Shallotte Office:

 

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Office Staff

 

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Lee Anne Harling
Lee Anne Harling

Chief Operating Officer (COO) I joined the Speech Solutions team in 2011. It is a pleasure to work with such a wonderful group and see first hand how their services to the communities they work in improve and enrich the lives of those with communication disorders. In my free time I enjoy living at Ocean Isle Beach with my husband and 2 fur babies Maxx and Jaxson, speeding time with family and friends and volunteering at animal rescues.

Ashley Geathers
Ashley Geathers

Officer Manager I enjoy every moment of being the office manager for Shallotte. When I started in May of 2013, I was actually the office manager of both Whiteville and Shallotte. It has been an honor and privilege to be employed with SSI. brightest eyes! I live in Whiteville with my 2 sons

Speech Pathologists

 

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Allison Harrington
Allison Harrington

M.Ed., CCC-SLP/FOUNDER For Bio See Founder

Ashly Valas
Ashly Valas

M.A., CCC-SLP B.S., Communication Sciences & Disorders - University of North Carolina - Greensboro M.A., Speech-Language Pathology - University of North Carolina - Greensboro . Currently, I am working in the Brunswick County area and will be working out of the Shallotte office. I have diagnostic and therapeutic experience targeting a variety of communication disorders. The best part my job is creating bonds with the children and families I service.

Joan Morris
Joan Morris

M.S. CCC-SLP B.S. - Speech Pathology, Old Dominion University M.S. - Communication Sciences and Disorders, East Carolina University "I have enjoyed working as a Speech-Language Pathologist for the last 25 years in the Brunswick County Schools and have recently retired from the NC Public School System with a total of 31 years of service. I've worked with children from the ages of 2-19 years of age that have had a variety of communication disorders.

Caroline Workman
Caroline Workman

M.S., CCC-SLP B.S. Psychology, Presbyterian College M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders, Western Carolina University I went to WCU for my Master's degree and completed additional coursework through a grant in “Improving Speech-Language Pathology Services to Children with Severe Disabilities through Preprofessional and Professional Training”.

Janet Martin
Janet Martin

M.Ed., CCC-SLP B.A. Special Education - University of North Carolina at Pembroke M.Ed. Communication Disorders - North Carolina Central University Janet had worked in education for 20+ years before becoming a SLP in 2008. She enjoys working with all ages and is very flexible with her caseload abilities. She has worked with school age children, autistic patients and adults. She has a home in Lumberton, but currently works out of the Whiteville and Shallotte office.

Nicole Monroe
Nicole Monroe

M.S., CCC-SLP B.A., English, East Carolina University M.S., Communication Science and Disorders, East Carolina University I enjoy working with both pediatric and adult populations. I speak fluent Spanish and consider it a privilege to serve the local Hispanic community. I taught English as a second language for several years before returning to East Carolina University to complete my master's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Danielle Ducsay
Danielle Ducsay

M.Ed., CCC-SLP B.S. Early Childhood Education - Miami University M.Ed. Communication Disorders - North Carolina Central University Danielle is a former teacher turned SLP. She became interested in speech therapy while she was babysitting Allison’s son Seth. She is from Ohio but loves the Southern weather. She currently serves school age children in Robeson County and works with adults in Cumberland County.

Teresa Kenney
Teresa Kenney

MA, CCC-SLP B.S. –Speech/Audiology and Psychology – Towson State University,M.A. – Speech-Language Pathology – University of Maryland, College Park. After having retired from the Baltimore County Public Schools, I moved from Maryland to Sunset Beach, NC. I have 30 years of experience assessing and working with children ages three through 19 with a variety of communication delays and disorders. This profession has allowed me to make positive changes in the lives of the children and families.

Micaela Camp
Micaela Camp

M.S., CCC-SLP B.A., Psychology, UNC-Wilmington M.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, East Carolina University I started my career full time with SSI and loved it! I now work full time at New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Outpatient Rehab facility with my focus on the adult population. I love getting my fill of the kiddos working for Speech Solutions part time and I’m so glad I still get to be a part of the SSI family!

SLP - Assistants

 
Renee Woods
Renee Woods

SLP-Assistant Graduated from FTCC in 2010 as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant. I am from Sampson County but currently reside in Supply with my husband and daughter. I enjoy spending time with my family and going to the beach. I am excited to join a great team at Speech Solutions, Inc.