Moriah Seay was born and raised in a Bayse, Virginia, a tiny town in the Shenandoah Valley. She is a clinical fellow in Speech-Language Pathology. Moriah received her Bachelor’s in Communication Sciences and Disorders from James Madison University in 2017 and her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Old Dominion University in 2019. She has experience in a variety of settings, including early intervention, outpatient services and a rehabilitation center. She has provided services to a diverse range of clientele, each with their own unique needs. Among the populations Moriah has had the pleasure of working with are developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, childhood apraxia of speech, acquired apraxia of speech, pediatric hard-of-hearing clients, pediatric cochlear implant clients, transgender voice clients, Cerebral Palsy, aphasia, cognitive impairments, Parkinson’s disease, and tramatic brain injury. Moriah is grateful to be part of a great team with Children’s Therapy Concepts.