So, here’s a little bit about me! My name is Kennyatta, but most of my friends and family call me Keekee. I am 25 years young, living in the upstate of South Carolina.I graduated from Columbia College with a Bachelor’s in Speech Language Pathology (#GoKoalas)!
While at Columbia College, I was apart of the women’s basketball team for four years (so needless to say, I love all sports). After receiving my Bachelor’s, I received my Master’s in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from South Carolina State University in May 2019.
I am currently double fisting my clinical fellowship in the pediatric setting like a pro (jk .. I’m really not, but that’s another blog for another day) in the medical outpatient setting and home health setting. I began my career as a speech language pathologist assistant while in graduate school and currently hold three years of pediatric experience!
Things I live for are: date night with Jordan, reading blogs/books, watching HGTV/Netflix, makeup, all things fall, drinking red wine, Beyoncé (shoutout to the #BeyHive), and spending time with my friends and family!
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