Tiffany M. Scandrett, EdD, CCC-SLP
Dr. Tiffany Morris Scandrett, CCC-SLP is the owner and the Lead Speech Pathologist of Communication Dynamics. Born, reared and educated in Macon, Georgia, she has practiced in the field of Speech Language Pathology for over fifteen years. She received both her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Education of Speech Language Pathology from Valdosta State University. She has also received an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership and earned a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Argosy University-Sarasota in June of 2013.
Dr. Scandrett worked in the public school system for five years, and she is versed in the Special Education and IEP processes. More recently, she has received in-depth training on the fairly recent Response to Intervention (RtI) Process and trains other educators, professionals, and parents in that arena. Her love for Early Intervention and all of its benefits began while she worked for Georgia’s Early Intervention Program (Babies Can’t Wait).
She has worked as an approved Bright from the Start Trainer and is able to provide continuing education to daycare and early childhood professionals for licensure requirements. Since then, Dr. Scandrett has sought to educate families and promote early language development. She is an active member of the American Speech Hearing Association and enjoys researching and writing articles about the field. She is actively involved in her church’s children, youth and music ministries and has been gifted with a heart for children. Dr. Tiffany Morris Scandrett and her husband, Erroll, have beautiful daughters D’Erroll, Jada, Erin and Erica Joy; and a sweet granddaughter, Ayianna. She learned her purpose early in life: TO SERVE A CHILD.
Mesa S Miller, M.Ed., CCC-SLP was born and raised right here in Macon, Georgia. She attended Valdosta State University, where she minored in African American Studies, Music, and received a Bachelor of Science in Education Degree in Communication Science & Disorders. Mesa enjoys singing, playing the piano, and expanding her knowledge in various genres of music. While studying music at VSU, Mesa was introduced to Voice Pedagogy, which initiated her inquiry of the “Speech World”.
After meeting with the Chair of the Communication Disorders Department, Mesa made the decision to further her education and career as an SLP. She obtained a Masters of Education Degree in Communication Disorders and is now working as a Speech Language Pathologist with Communication Dynamics in Macon, Ga and Primecare Therapy (Based out of Milpitas, Ca). Mesa has a great passion for working with the pediatric population. Her goal is to provide effective treatment that is specifically tailored to fit each client’s individual needs. Mesa believes that as a Speech Language Pathologist, she has the ability to help change her clients’ quality of life for the better. She is family-oriented and dedicated to improving speech, language, and communication for each child she has the honor of working with.
Sanjenetta Lewis CCC-SLP
Mrs. Lewis has been practicing as a speech-language pathologist for more than 15 years. She received her Master Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Georgia in 1997. She has worked for many years in the public school system serving diverse populations of students with communication deficits. She has also worked for Babies Can’t Wait and in several pediatric outpatient rehabilitation facilities. Sanjenetta has spent the latter part of her years focusing and promoting the necessity of early identification and intervention of children with speech, language and feeding/swallowing delays. She has completed extensive course training in these areas of utilizes current evident-based research in her treatment practices. Sanjenetta has a deep passion for children and their families and employs a dynamics approach to intervention. Her other interests include reading, camping and church youth ministry.
Sherie McGee, CCC-SLP
Next to her family and church, Sherie enjoys working with children who have difficulties with speech and language. Interest in communication began when, as a teenager, she provided “therapy” for a younger brother (although she didn’t know it was called that at the time). She was educated at the historically Black Morris Brown College and the prestigious Emory University. She has thirty years of experience in speech and language pathology to include preschool, school aged and geriatric populations. Sherie is a great therapist to have on our team as she is accustomed to working in a variety of setting with the ability to promote individual client goals and share in celebrating individual accomplishments.
Jan Graham, CCC-SLP
Jan is a Speech Language Pathologist who obtained her Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Communication Disorders from Valdosta State University in 2001. She has experience in working with children with articulation, fluency, and language disorders as well as feeding disorders.
Zanthia Sutton, CCC-SLP
Zanthia Sutton is from Sapelo Island, Georgia, which is a small barrier island, and a Gullah-Geechee community located off the coast of Georgia. Ms. Sutton received her Bachelors in Speech Language Pathology from Xavier University of Louisiana and her Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology from South Carolina State University. She’s served as a Speech-Language Pathologist for over 30 years and has experience working in both the educational setting as well as the medical/clinical setting. Ms. Sutton’s career began in 1978 as a Speech Therapist at the Georgia Academy for the Blind, which is a state school, located here in Macon, Georgia. She has worked with the Visually Impaired population as well as the Multi-handicapped. Ms. Sutton is always learning more effective methods to treat the communication needs of the children she serves.
In addition to her passion for speech therapy, her interests include exploring the different American cultures of languages, listening to music, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and learning how to quilt.
Kelly Workman, CCC-SLP
Kelly Workman received her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders from California State University. She has worked mostly in the educational setting, but has experience in the medical and skilled-nursing settings as well. Mrs. Workman is passionate about treating the communication needs of pediatrics and is a life-long learner. She and her husband Joseph have four beautiful children. Whenever she is not helping families with speech and language weaknesses, Kelly enjoys playing and entertaining her children.