Kent Hathaway

Kent Hathaway, Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, Billing Specialist, and Co-Owner. I'm flipping awesome. And practically a Jedi knight.

Ashley Van Brunt

Ashley is our daytime office manager. You will see her smiling face when you arrive at Speech Pathway for daytime appointments. Ashley lives in Edmond with her husband Justin. She grew up dancing and still loves to be a part of the dance scene at a local dance studio every evening as the office assistant at Velocity Dance Center. Ashley is happy to be part of the team at Speech Pathway!

Kelsey Burdrick

Kelsey is currently in the undergraduate program for Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Central Oklahoma. She enjoys travelling, learning new things, and working with children.

Kylie Bishop

Kylie Bishop graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center (OUHSC) in 2016 with her Masters Speech-Language Pathology. Kylie began at Speech Pathway as a graduate student intern, and loved learning and growing in the private clinic setting, so she decided to continue with the practice shortly after graduation. Kylie has extensive training in treatment of Apraxia of speech, including instruction from Nancy Kaufman while she was a student at Speech Pathway. She also specializes in early childhood language intervention. Kylie's favorite part of speech therapy is being able to work directly with families on functional activities to increase communication. When she’s not working with kids during the day, she can be found working on her professional music career! In her free time, Kylie enjoys singing, running, painting and watching Disney movies.

Amy Hightower

Amy Hightower graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Masters of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2008. She completed her clinical fellowship at Putnam City Schools, and continued working there for 7 years. During that time, Amy provided speech-language therapy for students at both private and public schools and also served as a consultant for the hearing impaired program. Amy worked part-time after school providing speech-language services to children in daycare settings. In 2014, she started working part-time at Speech Pathway and in 2015 made the change to a full-time position at Speech Pathway. Amy’s specific areas of interest in speech pathology include Apraxia of Speech, school-aged language, articulation, pragmatics, and hearing. In her free time, Amy enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.

Martha Blaess

Martha Blaess graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2017 with a masters in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship year at J.D. McCarty Center in Norman, Oklahoma. Martha currently works part time at Speech Pathway as she is pursuing her PhD in Nutrition from the University of Oklahoma. Her specific interests in speech-language pathology include: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), augmentative alternative communication, and sensory feeding disorders. In her free time, Martha enjoys running and trying new recipes

Stephanie Warman

Stephanie Warman graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center (OUHSC) in 2018 with a Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology. While still in school, Stephanie completed a clinical externship rotation at Speech Pathway, and officially joined the Speech Pathway team in the summer of 2018. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: early childhood language (especially birth to preschool age), dysphagia (swallowing), articulation, and pragmatics. Stephanie believes in the importance of establishing a relationship with families and their children in order for them to feel safe and confident in their abilities outside of the therapy room. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys officiating high school basketball, coaching middle school volleyball, reading, and spending time with her husband and family.

Michael Humphries

Michael Humphries graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) in 2017 with a Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. While still in school, Michael completed a clinical externship rotation at Speech Pathway, and officially joined the Speech Pathway team in the summer of 2017. His specific areas of interest include Autism Spectrum Disorders(ASD), Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Fluency (Stuttering), and School Age Speech/language disorders. In his free time, Michael enjoys volunteering in the community, playing disc golf, and riding dirtbikes.

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Chesley McPherson

Chesley McPherson graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Masters of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2009. She completed her clinical fellowship year at a school and medical setting in Tulsa.The first 4 years following her clinical fellowship, Chesley worked at a school in the Tulsa area as well as part time work for a private speech and language clinic. After relocating to the Oklahoma City area in 2013, Chesley currently works full-time at Piedmont Public Schools and part-time at Speech Pathway. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: school aged children in the area of language development and articulation.In her free time, Chesley enjoys spending time with her husband and their two fur babies.

Emelie Hunter

Emelie Hunter graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2014 with a Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship at Putnam City Schools. Since then, Emelie has continued to work with the pediatric population in both private clinics and public schools. She currently works full-time in Putnam City Schools and part-time at Speech Pathway. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: early childhood language, articulation, and pragmatics. In her free time, Emelie enjoys reading, photography, and spending time with her husband.

Misti Moon

Misti Moon graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2009 with a Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship at Jones Public Schools. Since then, Misti has continued to work with the pediatric population in both private clinics and public schools. She currently works full-time in Putnam City Schools and part-time at Speech Pathway. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include apraxia, articulation and language. In her free time, Misti enjoys spending time with her husband and three small children.

Jennifer Pfeiffer-Durham

Jennifer Pfeiffer-Durham graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2000 with a Masters of Education in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship year at a school in Texas outside Austin and for the last 12 years she worked with a local private practice and is now working part-time with Speech Pathway in Mustang Public Schools.Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: pediatrics, early childhood language development and articulation. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children.

Michele Richardson

Madison Perryman

Madison (Maddie) Perryman graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. After graduation, she became a licensed Speech Language Pathology Assistant and currently provides contract services to Mustang Public Schools. In her free time Maddie enjoys spending time with her family, friends and her dog, she also enjoys traveling and being around children.

Ashley Guest

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