Jorri obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in the area of Communication Science and Disorders from Valdosta State University. She joined the staff of Building Bridges Therapy in 2010 and was promoted to Assistant Clinical Director in October of 2017. Jorri has presented at various conferences and parent seminars on topics including developmentally appropriate norms, oral motor development and feeding difficulties, sensory feeding disorders, and the effects of sensory processing disorders on relationships. Jorri has gained invaluable insight and improved her clinical skills by attending courses related to management and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders, oral motor activities and dysfunction, optimizing breastfeeding safety/outcomes in the presence of feeding and swallowing disorders, as well as a language based approach to treating echolalia. She has extensive experience in the areas of treating language disorders, feeding, apraxia, fluency, articulation, oral motor dysfunction, and receptive/expressive language deficits. Jorri is in the process of completing all requirements to become a certified lactation counselor. Outside of work Jorri enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters and going to restaurants with friends.