Meet the Communication Connection Team
All of our speech-language pathologists at Communication Connection, Inc. are nationally licensed and certified, as well as licensed to practice in the state of Tennessee. All clinicians in our network have been awarded the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).
Tammy Harvey, M.S. CCC-SLP- Owner
Tammy, co-founder of Communication Connection, Inc. has been serving the communicatively impaired population for over 25 years. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with her Bachelor of Science degree in 1989. She completed her Master of Science Degree at Western Kentucky University in 1990 and was presented with the Outstanding Graduate Clinician Award. She was recognized for Outstanding Contributions to the Tennessee Speech and Hearing Association in 1989. She was a charter member of the Murfreesboro SERTOMA Club and served on the Board of Directors for the local club. Tammy is also a certified Vital Stimulation Provider. She has been awarded ASHA's ACE (Continuing Education award). This award is granted from ASHA when members have acquired 70 contact hours of contining education in a 3 year period.
Lisa Revlett, M.S. CCC-SLP- Owner
Lisa, co-founder of Communication Connection, Inc. received her Bachelor of Science Degree and her Master of Science Degree from Western Kentucky University in 1994. Lisa has been serving children and adults with communication disorders for over 20 years. Lisa has worked with multiple types of diagnosis with the area of speech and language delay with the pediatric age group remaining her favorite. She is currently working with many young children in our clinic that have primary diagnosis of apraxia and/or language delay.
Emily Wade Wright, MS CCC-SLP
We are excited to announce the addition of Emily Wright to the clinic in June of 2012. Emily received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders from Middle Tennessee State University in 2004. She received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Vanderbilt University in 2006. While completing her undergraduate degree, she was awarded the Arnold Scholarship in Communication Disorders as well as the Academic and Clinical Excellence Award. While completing studies at Vanderbilt, she received the Russell J. Love Award for Clinical and Academic Excellence. She received an ASHA ACE award for acquiring greater than 70 hours of continuing within a 3 year period. Emily has experience in working with populations across the lifespan; however, her primary area of interest and focus has been in pediatrics. Emily has particular interests in working with children with autism spectrum disorder as well as feeding and oral motor delay.