Clinical Fellow Speech-Language Pathologist
Rachelle Felix is a Clinical Fellow Speech-Language Pathologist based in Maryland. Currently, she serves clients in the high-school setting. She attended Howard University, where she completed her Master’s of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She served as a Graduate Assistant and worked with professors on various research projects. During her program, she had the opportunity to practice in various pediatric settings including; early intervention, public schools and a pediatric private practice. Additionally, she has experience working with the adult population in the inpatient and outpatient acute care setting.
Previously, Rachelle received a Bachelor of Science in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences from the University of Florida and a Post-Baccalaureate in Communication, Sciences, and Disorders at Jacksonville University. Professionally, Rachelle joined Teach for America Jacksonville Corps in 2013 where she taught Algebra 1. After completing her two-year term, she became the Assistant Director and Teacher Support Liaison for Math Nation where she impacted student academic outcomes and led professional development training for teachers in various states.
Rachelle is a Haitian American, born in Florida. She looks forward to providing bilingual speech-language services in the near future. She also aspires to help create new opportunities to increase the number of Haitians/Haitian Americans in the field of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.