Stacey has worked many jobs, from quality control labs, research and retail to different library positions. Originally from Michigan, she has lived all over the Midwest, and East coast. She has been married for 26 years and has 4 children. She is an avid reader who loves historical fiction and is a prolific quilter.
Bianca Boston is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Charlotte, NC with her sweet puppy, Sage. Began practicing in 2015, working in clinics, homes, and various community settings. Received her undergraduate training at East Carolina University and graduate degree from South Carolina State University. Bianca’s special interests include diagnostics, early language development, parent coaching practices, oral motor development related to speech and feeding and peer mentorship. Bianca’s love for the birth to five population began prior to college working in a variety of pediatric developmental settings. Having completed various training in pediatric feeding courses, oral-motor, Hanen Training “It Talks Two Talk”, coaching practices in early intervention, and more. Bianca enjoys working closely with children, their families and other disciplines to facilitate effective, functional communication skill development and implementation. Truly passionate with helping a child find their voice.
Tammy retired from retail after 28 years to come to work at SCSS. She is a Fayetteville Native, has been married since July 1984, and has 3 children and 4 grandchildren. She is an avid animal lover and has many dogs, cats, chickens and ducks. She prefers the mountains over the beach and loves to fish. She would love to retire and live in the mountains.
Julieanne Granados is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Charlotte, NC with her husband, two children, and Boston Terriers. She has been practicing since 2012. She completed undergraduate training at Appalachian State University and graduate degree at North Carolina Central University with special interests in feeding/swallowing, oral motor development and its relation to speech and feeding, early intervention, and bilingual language development. Prior to completing her Masters in Communication and Sciences Disorder, Julieanne worked as an early intervention play therapist where she developed a love for the birth-three population, gained experience with working with bilingual families and their children, and completed training in ABA. Since beginning her work as a SLP, Julieanne has completed multiple trainings in pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders, is certified in pediatric vital-stim, and has completed training in orofacial myology. She is currently working towards becoming a Certified Lactation Counselor.