Emily Hayes

By AASLMarch 2nd

Through my valuable role at the front desk, in both speaking to and interacting with our clients and families on a daily basis, I get the pleasure of being of service to their needs and supporting them to answer any immediate questions, collect pertinent information, and help them as they get ready to work with our amazing therapists!  

Grace Grothe

By AASLApril 11th

Grace received her Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Hearing Science from the University of Iowa. After this, she completed her Master of Science at St. Ambrose University. Grace is originally from Iowa and moved to Florida in 2023!

Holly Scott

By AASLMarch 3rd

Holly’s life mission is to make a positive impact in the lives of others. Her position at AASL has provided the avenue for her to accomplish this.

Jennifer Zegiel

By AASLSeptember 18th

Jen received her Bachelor of Science in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with a minor in Psychology focused on clinical and individual differences. She then graduated from Barry University with a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy.

Kathleen Keeler

By AASLSeptember 21st

Kathleen is originally from Melbourne, FL and moved to the panhandle to attend Florida State University in 2013. She graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. During her time at FSU, Kathleen did her clinical hours with the Florida State Speech and Hearing Clinic where she oversaw speech therapy sessions and audiological evaluations.

Kiersten Sachs

By AASLJune 28th

Kiersten attended the University of Florida where she received her Bachelor of Health Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Disabilities in Society. She then continued on at the University of Florida to earn her Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology.

Lily Camacho Santana

By AASLFebruary 19th

Since 2005, I have been an Army spouse and a veteran myself. I served for 8 years in the United States Army National Guard and Army Reserve. Following my service, I chose to focus on caring for my children and supporting my husband at home. Now that my children are older and more independent, I have decided to pursue higher education and re-enter the workforce.

Madison McDonald

By AASLJune 26th

Madison is originally from Long Island, NY and has spent most of her life in Tampa, FL since. She received her Associates degree in Health Sciences from Valencia College in Orlando, FL. She has since moved back from Orlando with her fiancé to be closer to my family and feels blessed with the opportunity to accept a front desk position at All About Speech and Language!

Olivia Mahoney

By AASLDecember 12th

Olivia attended Florida State University where she earned her Bachelor of  Science in Psychology and minor in Child Development. She pursued occupational therapy through Nova Southeastern University’s doctoral program, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Reghan Rivas

By AASLApril 12th

Reghan's journey to becoming an SLP began with her undergraduate studies in linguistics at the University of Florida, where she discovered her passion for speech sounds, communication, and language development. She then went on to live and teach English in Seoul, South Korea, for a year. Upon returning to Tampa, Reghan earned her master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of South Florida.