Indiana State University
Kelly Siverly is a rising senior at Indiana State University (ISU), where she is studying Speech and Language Pathology. Kelly is an active member and past president of ISU’s National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association. She is also a member of national honors societies, Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Alpha Lambda. In the fall of 2012, Kelly plans to attend graduate school to continue studying Speech and Language Pathology.
Kelly’s love for working with children started years ago. In her teenage years she babysat often, served nursery duty at church, and taught classes of children attending vacation bible school at her church. More recently, under the supervision of a professional, Kelly experienced the joy of working with a preschool aged child with an articulation disorder.
Kelly looks forward to expanding her experience working with children this summer at the Speech Garden Institute.
In her free time Kelly enjoys gardening, scrapbooking, taking mini-vacations, and spending time with friends and family.