Kenna enjoys working with a diverse client population from early school-aged children to adults. She attended Brigham Young University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance in 1994. After raising her children Kenna went back to school and received a Master of Music in Vocal Performance (2016) and Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (2018) from the University of Utah. She is currently a clinical fellow and is working towards an ASHA certification.
Kenna did an externship at IMC and in Alpine School District. She has owned her own voice studio for many years and worked in the public schools as well. She is experienced treating voice, swallowing, aphasia, cognitive-communication skills, aural rehabilitation, central auditory processing disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, phonological/articulation disorders, and pragmatics.
In her spare time Kenna enjoys being with her husband and family, singing, reading, hiking, and just having fun!