B.A., Master’s Student in Speech-Language Pathology
Sarah is currently a graduate research associate at the Department of Allied Health Sciences and has been on the project since it’s beginning in 2012. She is a 2012 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Psychology and is currently a Master’s student in the Speech-Language Pathology program at UNC-CH. Outside of her courses, Sarah has worked as a teacher and camp counselor for children with developmental disabilities. She has also been involved with an autism outreach group in the Chapel Hill community, and a therapeutic horseback riding center in the Charlotte area. In the past, Sarah has been one of the instructors for the Middle School Writing Project, and now assists with data organization, PR material creation, and manuscript writing. Future research interests include the neuroscience of both orthographic and phonological communication development, and phonological awareness in children with hearing loss. Outside of education and research, Sarah enjoys hiking, reading and traveling.