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Hannah Holland


About Me.

Hannah's passion for service began at a young age when she spent her adolescent years shadowing her mother, who is also a speech-language pathologist, during her summers off from school. Seeing firsthand how impactful intervention is throughout all stages of life led Hannah to pursue a career where she could make a positive impact on others and her community.

Hannah earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders with a minor in Psychology from Western Washington University. From there she attended the University of Washington, where she was awarded her Master of Education in Applied Behavior Analysis. Hannah then furthered her education once more when she attended Northern Arizona University to earn her Master of Science in Clinical Speech-Language Pathology.  She has 8+ years of experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist serving people with disabilities across all ages. From preschool early intervention services to outpatient stroke rehabilitation, Hannah has provided exceptional therapeutic intervention to improve communication, cognition, and quality of life.

When Hannah is not helping to create positive changes in her clients' lives, she can be found enjoying the outdoors with her family and friends. Hannah is an avid horseback rider, who spends most of her free time doting on her three American Quarter horses Tater, Tenny, and Moose. With a love of animals and a passion for service, Hannah prides herself in applying the principles of patience, fairness, and compassion to all aspects of her personal and professional life.


Western Washington University

Bachelor of Arts

Communication Sciences & Disorders

Minor in Psychology


University of Washington

Master of Education

Applied Behavior Analysis


Northern Arizona University

Master of Science

Clinical Speech-Language Pathology

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