Samantha is a speech language pathologist at Sisskin Stuttering Center and also works for the Infants and Toddlers Program in Prince George’s County. Previously, she worked at an Early Childhood Center in Prince George’s County and spent eight years at The River School in Washington, D.C. Although Samantha is from New Jersey, she has developed strong ties to the DC metro area over the past 15 years. She earned her masters in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Maryland-College Park, as well as her bachelors in Psychology and Hearing and Speech Science. Samantha is a licensed therapist in Virginia, Maryland, New York, and Washington, DC. She is also ASHA certified and an accepted applicant working towards her Specialty Certification in Fluency and Fluency Disorders. Samantha has taught the Fluency Disorders course at The George Washington University, presented at National Stuttering Association conferences, and has provided training and in-services for school-based speech language pathologists. Her research projects include investigation and treatment of atypical disfluencies, more specifically final part word repetitions. Samantha’s experience includes working with people who stutter of all age groups, both individually and within a group setting. She considers it a privilege to help people who stutter become effective communicators. Samantha lives in Washington, D.C. with her dog and husband, who is a person who stutters.