Jennifer completed her first undergraduate degree in Linguistics from Concordia University. She then pursued a second undergraduate degree in Kindergarten/Elementary School Education from McGill University, and taught kindergarten before commencing her Master's degree.
Jennifer knew she wanted to be a Speech-Language Pathologist from a young age as her brother dealt with prominent speech and language difficulties, and only started speaking at the age of 8 years old. She completed her Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from McGill University, where she gained experience with both the pediatric and adult population.
Jennifer also works at the CLSC. Jennifer strives to take on a neuro-affirmative approach to her practice, providing a safe and welcoming environment for her neurodivergent clientele. Jennifer's interests also include language stimulation, articulation, speech-sound disorders, and language with school-aged children. She loves to spend time with the kiddos and to adjust sessions based on the needs and interests of the child.
When Jennifer isn't working, she loves to exercise and move her body, cook, travel, and spend time with her loved ones.