Karin Kanneberg


Born and raised a Jersey girl, Karin Kanneberg became a ‘Southern Belle’ in 2002 when she moved from Sparta, NJ to Savannah, GA.  She quickly embraced the warmer climate, delicious sweet tea, and common Southernism “Ya’ll.”  Before moving, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology.  She then completed her Master’s Degree in Speech/Language Pathology at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ, where she graduated with Honors and received the Excellence Award for outstanding performance in her field of study.  She completed her Clinical Fellowship Year at Chilton Memorial Hospital in NJ and Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, GA, after which she was awarded the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  Karin has worked in Pediatrics for the past 15 years in an outpatient rehabilitation setting in Savannah, GA, and has gained a wealth of experience working with children with a variety of different medical diagnoses.  During her tenure, she was promoted to Advanced Speech/Language Pathologist status.   In addition, she has worked with Adults following accidents, injuries, or illnesses in outpatient rehabilitation settings and nursing homes.  Karin has received specialized training in the area of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and served as Chairperson of the AAC Team.  In conjunction with this work, she was selected for the Advisory Council for the DynaVox Company in 2005.  In Karin’s free time, she enjoys relaxing with her husband, young son, and 2 Westies; traveling, exercising, crocheting, and singing.  She has been a member of ‘I Cantori,’ Savannah’s premier vocal choral ensemble, for the past 13 years.  She has also had the honor of singing with a Select Choral Group at Carnegie Hall in NYC.  She is excited to provide high-quality Speech/Language Pathology services to the clients of Global Teletherapy.

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