Katherine “Morgan” Sydow graduated from Armstrong State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She completed her Master of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Valdosta State University. Before switching to pediatrics, Morgan worked with the geriatric population where she provided assessment and treatment to adults with a variety of speech-language and swallowing disorders in long-term care, outpatient, and skilled nursing facility settings. In addition, she has experience providing early language intervention to children who are deaf or hard of hearing at an auditory-oral program. Morgan has always had a passion for children and helping them learn and communicate to effectively navigate their environment and reach their fullest potential. Morgan is a Savannah native, who enjoys spending her time at the beach, watching Georgia football, running, walking downtown and playing with her dog, Bristol!