Betty earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders at the University of Houston in 2000 and her Master of Arts degree in Communication Disorders at the University of Houston in 2002.
Betty began her career as a Speech Language Pathologist in the public school setting where she worked with a variety of students with speech, language, and cognitive impairments from preschool through high school. In her most recent position, she served as a Speech Language Pathologist, clinical supervisor, and Dallas area Assistive Technology (AT) Program Manager with Therapy 2000, Inc., a pediatric home health agency in Texas. Betty has specialized in evaluating and treating pediatric patients with augmentative communication needs, providing AAC training and support to families and therapists in the field as well as assisting other Speech Language Pathologists with the AAC evaluation and funding process.
Betty holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), a state license in Speech Language Pathology in the state of Texas, and is a member of the Texas Speech Language and Hearing Association (TSHA).