Jori graduated from Governors State University with her master’s degree in communication sciences and disorders. Prior to this, Jori studied speech and language pathology at Ball State University, receiving her bachelor’s degree in 2016. Jori has always had a passion for the pediatric population. From babysitting children with disabilities to going on mission trips to orphanages in Honduras, and completing two-thirds of her clinical rotations in a pediatric setting, Jori has always found working with children to be enjoyable and rewarding.
During her clinical experiences, she had the opportunity to treat clients with a variety of developmental disabilities including, but not limited to, childhood apraxia of speech, autism spectrum disorder, hearing impairment, feeding, and cerebral palsy. She continues to implement treatments based on each client’s specific needs and aims to incorporate families into prescribed treatments to help children reach their full potential.