She began her schooling with a deeply rooted interest in language and cognition at the University of Michigan, where she graduated with her B.A. in Linguistics in 2015. She went on to pursue her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas at Dallas. During graduate school, she established her career at Redmond Speech & Language as a student intern, gaining valuable experience working with clients of all ages and diagnoses. She now works full-time as a licensed practitioner.
In her spare time, Nicole enjoys kayaking, hiking, watercolor painting, and lounging by the river with a cup of coffee, an interesting book, and her dog, Gaia.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Eastern Washington University (EWU) with a major in Communication Disorders, a minor in Counseling, Education, and Developmental Psychology, and earning the Outstanding Undergraduate Award. She also obtained her Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders from EWU, graduating summa cum laude.
Prior to becoming a founding partner in Redmond Speech & Language, Christina worked as a speech-language pathologist in the public school setting where she gained experience working with children ages 3-18. Christina is skilled in the use of iPad technology for improving communication ability as well as the evaluation and treatment of articulation/phonological disorders, developmental language delay, dysfluency, motor speech disorders, and communication difficulties associated with Autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays. She is particularly interested in working with children in preschool through high school struggling with social communication.
Outside of work, Christina enjoys playing in the great outdoors with her two energetic children and her adventuresome husband.