Coordinator of Low Incidence Disabilities and Assistive Technology
Holly is a graduate of Radford University where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders and her Master of Science degree in speech pathology. She is an ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist and has ten years of experience serving students from early intervention through high school. She has also worked as an independent consultant providing training to increase emergent literacy skills for educators and SLPs.
Holly has continued her career with the T/TAC at Virginia Tech as a Coordinator of Low Incidence Disabilities and Assistive Technology. She is dedicated to providing educators and families with information and assistance for children with disabilities. Her areas of specialization and interest are autism, literacy, communication, and integration of assistive technology.