Lynne Inabnitt, M.A. CCC-SLP, received a Bachelor of Science in Education (2006) and a Master of Arts (2008) in Speech Language Pathology from Miami University of Ohio. She is also a Doctoral Candidate at The University of Cincinnati.
Before joining the Global Teletherapy team, Lynne lived in Costa Rica, serving as a child development and communication consultant. Prior to this, she worked for nearly 5 years at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, a top rated hospital and the largest pediatric Speech Pathology program in the nation. Lynne has enjoyed making the transition to telepractice and finds that her students greatly benefit from this model as well.
Lynne holds a certificate of clinical competence from ASHA, state board licensure in Ohio and North Carolina, as well as professional licensure from the Ohio Department of Education. She specializes in language-literacy connections and Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has experience in clinical supervision, conducting research, presenting at professional conferences, and teaching college level courses in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
She prides herself in being a “lifelong learner” and enjoys sharing her passion for the power of positive communication skills with students of all ages. In her free time, she also enjoys spending time with her family outdoors, crafting, reading, cooking, and doing yoga.