Grace Kershaw, MS, CF-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist/Clinical Fellow

Grace is a Clinical Fellow, Speech Language Pathologist. Originally from North Carolina, she graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Minor in Speech and Hearing Sciences. After moving out west, Grace earned her Master of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2017 from Washington State University.

Grace has always loved working with children and had a variety of experiences during graduate school at her school's on-campus clinic, an Autism center, an elementary school, and a private practice clinic. Grace has worked with clients of all ages with a variety of communication disorders, including articulation and phonology, expressive and receptive language, motor speech disorders, fluency, and auditory processing disorder. Her clinical interests include Autism Spectrum Disorder, early language intervention, and childhood apraxia of speech.

In her spare time, Grace enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest since it is still fairly new to her. She enjoys hiking, trying new activities and restaurants, and traveling with friends and family.