Bri grew up in Round Rock, but moved up north to Denton, TX to continue her studies at the University of North Texas, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in speech-language pathology and audiology with a minor in child development in 2017. Go Mean Green! Bri moved back home to Round Rock after she graduated to be closer to family and obtained her SLP Assistant license. She has spent 3 years working as a SLP Assistant and 1 year working as a Registered Behavior Technician in an Autism clinic implementing behavior therapy for children on the Autism spectrum. Bri has speech therapy experience working at out patient clinics as well as the home-health setting. She has experience working with Autism spectrum disorder, expressive/receptive language delays/disorders, pragmatic skills, articulation disorders, AAC devices, and more. Bri believes building and sustaining relationships with others is a big part of life and that all children should be given the tools and resources to do it. Bri lives off of coffee and in her free time, she enjoys going to the gym, hanging out with her friends and family, reading, collecting vinyl records, and traveling.