Meet our Leadership Team

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Joanne Bae, M.S. CCC-SLP

CLINICAL LEAD

Joanne Bae has been working for SLEA as a Speech-Language Pathologist since February 2014. She graduated from University of California, Irvine (UCI) with a degree in Psychology and Social Behaviors. Joanne completed her Master's degree in Communication Disorders and Sciences at California State University Northridge (CSUN). Since the start of her career with SLEA, Joanne has worked in a wide variety of school settings, ranging from preschool special education to school-age children placed in the general education and special education setting.

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Joyce Bae, M.S. CCC-SLP

CLINICAL LEAD

Joyce Bae has been working for SLEA as a Speech-Language Pathologist since February 2014. She graduated from University of California, Irvine (UCI) with a degree in Psychology and Social Behaviors. She then completed her Master's degree in Communication Disorders and Sciences at California State University Northridge (CSUN). Throughout her years with SLEA, Joyce has worked in various settings such as school districts, clinics, and Head Start sites while working with different populations and disorders.

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Michelle Conklin, M.S. CCC-SLP

CLINICAL LEAD/HEAD START LEAD

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Kelly Reyes, M.S.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CLINICAL LEAD

HEAD START CO-LEAD

Kelly began working with SLEA in 2013, as Early Childhood Itinerant Teacher for Head Start as well as providing Behavioral Intervention. She graduated in 2012 from CSUN with a Bachelor's in Child and Adolescent Development. In 2018, she completed her Master's in Applied Behavioral Analysis from National University. She has worked with early intervention services, 0-5 years of age, since 2013 as a Child Development Specialist. She has worked with children ages 3-21, in school and home settings providing one-to-one behavioral services. In August 2019, she became the Clinical Lead for the Child Development Department and Co-Lead for the Head Start program. Within the next few months, she will be expanding early intervention services into the Antelope Valley.