JUNE grew up in Jersey City, New Jersey and later relocated to the US Virgin Islands. She now resides in Central Florida.
She received her BA in Speech and a Masters degree in Reading and Learning Disabilities from the Jersey City State Teachers College (New Jersey City State University) and then completed a second Masters degree in Communization Sciences and disorders from Howard University in Washington, DC. Advanced Courses in English as a Second Language-ESOL towards a Ph.D. were completed at New York University- Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in Santurce, Puerto Rico.
JUNE is a certified member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and has received approximately 8 ACE award for continued professional study in speech-language pathology.
She was adjunct faculty at Jersey City State, Hudson County Community, and the University of the US Virgin Islands. She developed the first speech pathology and dysphagia program in the hospital and partnered with the University of South Carolina to qualify ten-speech therapist on St. Croix and St. Thomas for ASHA certification through distance learning.
She has in-serviced and provided education for physicians, nurses, workplace personnel, assistants, parents with newly identified children with special needs and special interests’ groups i.e., law enforcement, social work.
She continues to provide speech and language services to clients privately and contractually in schools, acute care, rehabilitation, and home health settings.
Personal professional training, evaluations and treatment will be ongoing locally and worldwide through technology.