Laryngology/Voice & Swallowing Team

Evelyn Trammell Institute Faculty

Our Care Team

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologists

Diane Andrews, MS, CCC/SLP
Clinical Manager

Clinical Interests: Early childhood language development, pediatric feeding & swallowing, and Down Syndrome

Education: Towson University - Bachelor of Science, Loyola College Baltimore - Master of Science

Nevitte Morris, MSP, CCC/SLP, Cert AVT
Coordinator, Pediatric Speech Language Pathology

Clinical Interests :Children and adults with hearing aids and cochlear implants, language processing

Education: Clemson University - Bachelor of Science, University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Clay Hadden, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Autism, sensory integration, augmentative and alternative communication, and early childhood language development

Education: Winthrop University - Bachelor of Arts, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Master of Science

Lynsey Hatch, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Pediatric language and articulation, fluency, childhood apraxia of speech, reading disorders, autism

Education: Auburn University - Bachelor of Science, University of Memphis - Master of Arts

Heather McGhee, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Pediatric feeding and swallowing, early language development, and augmentative and alternative communication

Education: University of Georgia - Bachelor of Science, Florida State University - Master of Science

Keely McKelvey, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Pediatric feeding and swallowing, early language development, children with hearing loss

Education: College of Charleston - Bachelor of Science, Vanderbilt University - Master of Science

Melissa Montiel, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Pediatric and adult fluency, articulation, feeding and swallowing disorders, Craniofacial disorders

Education: Auburn University - Bachelor of Science, Medical University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Jenny Tate, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Pediatric speech and language disorders, augmentative and alternative communication.

Education: Clemson University - Bachelor of Science, Medical University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Adult Speech Language Pathologists

Caroline Warren, MS, CCC/SLP
Coordinator Adult Speech Language Pathology

Clinical Interests: Acute care, head/neck cancer, tracheostomy/ventilator dependent patients, and dysphagia 

Education: University of Chapel Hill - Bachelor of Arts & Master of Science

Julie Blair, MA, CCC/SLP, Cert LSVT provider

Clinical Interests :Head/neck cancer, voice disorders, and dysphagia

Education: University of North Carolina at Greensboro - Bachelor of Science & Master of Arts

Priscilla Brown, MSR, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Acute care, dysphagia, cognitive-communication disorders, tracheostomy dependent patients, TBI, and neurological impairments

Education: Clemson University - Bachelor of Arts, Medical University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Brittni Carnes, MSR, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Head & neck cancer, voice disorders, dysphagia, and acute care

Education: College of Charleston - Bachelor of Arts, Medical University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Audra Condon, MSR, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Acute care, cognitive-linguistic disorders, tracheostomy/ventilator dependent patients, and dysphagia

Education: Florida State University - Bachelor of Science, Medical University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Carley Evans, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Cognitive and language rehabilitation, dysphagia, alternative communication, and tracheostomy/ventilator dependence

Education: Denison University - Bachelor of Arts, East Carolina University - Master of Science

Kate Humphries, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Adult and pediatric voice disorders (LSVT certified), dysphagia, and head and neck cancer.

Education: Columbia College - Bachelor of Arts, Medical University of South Carolina - Master of Science

Katie Murphy, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Acute care, dysphagia, aphasia, cognitive-communication disorders, tracheostomy dependent patients, TBI, and neurological impairments

Education: East Tennessee State University - Bachelor of Science, James Madison University - Master of Science

Kikki Thayer, MS, CCC/SLP

Clinical Interests: Neurological impairments and brain mapping, cognitive and language rehabilitation, and dysphagia

Education: East Carolina University - Bachelor of Science & Master of Science