MEET OUR TEAM
Brittany attended the University of South Carolina in Aiken where she received a Bachelors in Early Childhood Education in 2009. She continued her education at the University of South Carolina and received a Masters Plus 30 in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2014. She has attended Lindamood Bell Training and specializes in Articulation and Language Therapy. Brittany has 3 years of classroom experience working with children ages 4-9 as well as 2 years experience as a school based Speech Language Pathologist and 4 years as a Home Health therapist.
Brittany likes to work with a team based approach to best meet the needs of each and every client. This is what inspired her to start All On Board Speech in 2017. She enjoys really getting to know every family to help them find the best approach in order to help their child grow and learn. She is truly passionate about her work and brings a lot of effort and energy to every client that she works with.
Brittany has been married for 8 years to her husband, Jonathan. They have a 5 year old daughter, Kara McKenzie, and a 2 year old son, Hampton. They are involved at First Baptist Church and enjoy playing tennis.
Hi, my name is Jonathan Hoffman and I am the Co-Founder of All On Board Speech. I am passionate about providing support to the children in our community in order to foster a successful future for them. Over the last decade, I have built a reputation for being an effective communicator, strategic partner, and dedicated team player in education and human resources. I have a Masters in Human Resources (MHR) with 4 years of experience within HR operations, along with a Masters in Education Administration (M.ED), and a Bachelors (BA) in Middle Level Education (Math/Social Studies) with 5 years of experience as a certified teacher primarily teaching in STEM.
As the Co-Founder of All On Board Speech, I provide executive decisions in the operations of the company with my primary focus in Human Resources, Finances, and Marketing. I believe in doing business with the utmost integrity by having high ethical standards and in following industry best practices. I am so thankful to utilize my skills in serving the needs of our community and providing excellent customer service to everyone. With us being “all on the same track” I believe our children will meet their communication goals and will improve their functional living skills.
Hi, my name is Kay and I am the part-time Office Administrative Assistant. I have a background working with children of various ages. My experience includes working in an Extended Care program with children in K-5th grade, working as a Kindergarten Classroom Assistant, and as a Preschool/Child Care Coordinator. I enjoy seeing children and their families being positively impacted through speech therapy and the process.
I am married and have two daughters, Brittany and Mallory. My passions include spending time with my grandchildren and watching Gamecock football.
Hello, my name is Anni and I am a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant. I graduated from Columbia College SC with a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. My interests include crafting and anything that I can find on Pinterest! I love working with children because I love their energy and I find it very rewarding! One interesting fact about myself is that I am a very picky eater. In my free time, I enjoy hanging out with friends and going on boat rides with my pup and fiancé! I am so grateful to be serving children in a field that I love so much!
Hello! My name is Caitlin and I am a Speech-Language Pathologist! I graduated from Clemson with a degree in Public Health Science and went on to get my Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Appalachian State University. I have experience in private practice and in the school system. I currently work in a school full-time, but I also do evaluations for All On Board Speech. I enjoy working with early language kids, because I love all of the progress I get to see! In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and little boy, reading, and getting outside and being active!
Hello my name is Andrea and I am a Speech-Language Pathologist. I graduated from the University of South Carolina with a master's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. My interests include traveling to new places. I love working with pediatric clients because I feel that the difference I make in the life of a child will continue to have positive effects for not only his/her lifetime, but for that of the families as well. One interesting fact about myself is that in lieu of a traditional ceremony, my husband and I decided to elope to Bora Bora to marry. In my free time I enjoy reading a good book.
Hello, my name is Chelsea and I am a Speech Language Pathology Assistant. I graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. The summer of 2018, I joined the Gamecock family to continue my education in the Master of Communication Disorders program. My interests include creating therapy products and one day becoming a professor! I love working with children because I believe it is one of the most impactful and rewarding opportunities ever afforded to me. One interesting fact about myself is that I played lacrosse in college. In my free time, I enjoy watching YouTube videos, crafting, and spending time with friends and family!
Ms. “Ju-Ju” graduated from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas in 1978 with a B.A. in Speech Pathology. She earned a M.Ed. from the University of South Carolina in 1995 in Early Childhood Education. She has specialized training in Autism, Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD), and Auditory Verbal Therapy for children with hearing impairments and deafness. Ms. “Ju-Ju” has served children in public and private schools for 40 years. She entered this field to “change the lives of children”, but now realizes the life that was changed the most was her own life.
Believing that “SPEECH IS THE FIRST BASIC SKILL!” Ms. “Ju-Ju” works diligently to increase every child’s communication skills, which will equip them for success in their educational environment, verbal interactions with others, and promote confidence, and positive self-esteem.
She is married to her husband, Bud of 33 years. They have one son, Tim, who is attending USC School of Law in Columbia. Teaching four year old Sunday School, singing in the Sanctuary Choir, serving as a Prayerline Encourager at First Baptist Church of Columbia, watching HGTV and Hallmark movies keeps life fulfilling and fun.
Hello, my name is Kelsey and I am a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant. I graduated from Columbia College SC with a degree in Speech Language Pathology. My interests include anything involving water! Boats, beaches, pools, rivers, if there’s water I’m there! One interesting fact about myself is that I was born and raised here in Columbia. I haven’t traveled much out of the south but would like to someday! In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and my puppy dog! We’re currently anxiously awaiting our first baby due in August, and we couldn’t be more excited! I love how rewarding my job is! I’m so happy to get to go to work every day and do something I truly enjoy with the best clients!
Hello, my name is Martina and I am a Speech-Language Pathologist. I graduated from South Carolina State University with a bachelor's degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology in 2008; in 2012 I earned my Master's in Speech Pathology and Audiology, from the same great university. Go Bulldogs! My interests include: cooking, traveling, and singing slightly off key! I love working with children and their families to achieve their goals. One interesting fact about myself is, I like sky-diving and zip lining. In my free time, I enjoy library-hopping and most importantly doing anything with my family.
Hi there! My name is Kendall and I am a Speech-Language Pathologist! I graduated from Clemson with a B.A. degree in Early Childhood Education and went on to get my M.A in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from South Carolina State University. I have experience working with adults in skilled nursing facilities and hospitals and with children in a variety of settings including schools and private practice. It brings me so much joy to work with children and see how their progress impacts not only their communication development but their social and educational developmental as well. I work part-time for All On Board Speech and am a full-time mommy. In my free time I love spending time with my husband and our two precious girls, exercising, being outside, and living life with dear friends!
Charmaine graduated from Presbyterian College in 2002, earning a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. She continued her education at Converse College, earning a Masters in Elementary Education in 2006 and University of South Carolina, earning a Masters in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2014. She holds National Board Certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) as an Early Childhood generalist, and she specializes in articulation and language disorders. Charmaine has 12 years of classroom experience working with children ages 4-10, as well as 4 years experience as a school-based Speech Language Pathologist.
Charmaine has a passion for early intervention, and believes that building strong, working relationships with families is essential to a child’s success in speech/language therapy. Charmaine and her husband John have twin two-year olds, Maggie and John Carter. Charmaine enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.
Hello, my name is Ashley and I am a Speech-Language Pathologist. I graduated from University of South Carolina with a degree in Mass Communications Public Relations with a minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders. I received my Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from South Carolina State University. My interests include gardening, exercising, reading and spending time with my family. I love working with pediatrics and find this career to be so rewarding. One interesting fact about myself is that I'm not a sweets person.
Hello, My name is Chelcey and I am a Speech Language Pathologist in my clinical fellowship year. I graduated from South Carolina State University with a bachelor's degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in 2015. As a recent graduate, I earned my Master's in Speech Pathology and Audiology from the same Illustrious University. My interests include spending time with my beautiful daughter and family, shopping and checking off my bucket list. I love this rewarding field and the pediatric population. It warms my heart to know that i can make a difference in the lives of others. One interesting fact about me is that I started my career as a CNA.
Hello! My name is Kaytlynn and I am a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant. I graduated from Columbia College in 2016 with a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Currently, I attend the University of South Carolina and am working on obtaining my Masters degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. I have previous experience working as a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant with clients of varying ages. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my husband and our sweet dogs!
Hello, my name is Janna and I am a Speech Language Pathology Assistant. I graduated from Midlands Tech with an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Development and Columbia College with a bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and taking day trips to the beach. I am excited to enter the field of Speech and make a difference in my clients quality of life!
When we first began speech sessions with Brittany, my 2 year old daughter Marielle would go a whole day without uttering a word. Our sessions began with working on sounds that were of normal development for her age and have progressed to 2-3 word phrases in a matter of 4 months. Brittany has such a great chemistry with Marielle, and Marielle is always excited to see her. Brittany has been very clear and helpful on the weekly “homework” that I work on with Marielle, and she has stressed the importance of my involvement in Marielle’s speech development. I don’t believe Marielle would be talking right now and as much, if it weren’t for Brittany’s guidance and our weekly sessions with her.
My two year old has been working with Kelsey for just a few months on his speech and his progress has been amazing! When he started, he wasn't saying much at all, and now I can't keep up with all he is learning to communicate! Kelsey is so patient and my son just adores her. Thank you to everyone at All On Board for your excellent service!!
Our little one has been in weekly sessions with Anni and we absolutely love her!!! Brittany has been amazing to work with as well! He has come so far, even though he’s only been in speech since January. He had very limited speech and has mastered a few baby signs and even forming more words!! We were very concerned about his ability to communicate and speech therapy has made our lives much better!!!!!
Great staff and amazing with the children my son has improved so much working with Anni.
I just wanted to say a few words about Brittany and how she transformed my son's speech. Kaleb met Brittany when he was 2 1/2 years old. His speech was not good at all. He had trouble with pronunciation and his vocabulary. When he started services with Brittany, I saw a huge change in his diction and his vocabulary. He was more confident with his speech and he slowly stopped slurring his words.. This all happened in a matter of months!!! Brittany also sent me great videos of her interaction with my son!!! I love how she has transformed his speech and has taken him to the next level!!! Thank you Brittany for all your hard work and dedication!!! She was an angel sent from heaven!!!
When you first started working with Tony, his words and sentences were limited to 1-2 words sentences. After the the first session we noticed how he tried to use more words to ask for what he wanted. After just a few months his sentences expanded so much that he began using 3 to 4 words sentences, instead of just saying "juice please" he began saying "I want juice please". The family and I are sincerely thankful for the help and effort you dedicated to Tony.
-Anele and Darien W.