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Dr. Moore has been practicing as a Speech-Language Pathologist for the past 24 years. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Special Education from Evangel University.  After working as a special education classroom teacher, Dr. Moore obtained her master’s and doctoral degrees in Speech-Language Pathology at The College of New Jersey.   In addition, she completed extensive training in Trauma Informed Care.  Dr. Moore holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  She is registered as a speech-language pathologist in the state of New Jersey and the Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Therapy Board of Trinidad and Tobago.  

In her 24 years of experience Dr. Moore has worked with children ages 2-18 and adults who have a variety of communication disorders that include problems with expressive and receptive language, articulation, social skills, memory, cognition, voice, stuttering, selective mutism, traumatic brain injury, stroke, hearing impairments, and developmental disorders.  In addition, she does international consulting and workshops in countries such as China, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Kenya, and Kosovo, and Trinidad and Tobago.  Her extensive travels and love for people has developed her ability to provide culturally competent speech and language services to her clients.

Dr. Moore is often described as a world traveler and a true “Trini” at heart.  She is fondly known as Wendy to her family, Ro to her friends and colleagues, and Dr. Moore to her patients.  In addition to spending time at the beach, she enjoys hiking, and exploring countries around the world. 

Dr. Rowena Moore is a speech-language pathologist, international consultant, author, and public speaker.

Dr, Rowena Moore

Dr. Rowena Moore

Billing Associate

Susan Posey

Billing Associate

Susan Posey is the Billing Associate at G-S.A.L.T.  She has over ten years of experience in customer billing, credit, collections, customer service, and support operations.  She is a vital part of our team because she is able to facilitate, initiate, and analyze information needed in making sound decisions and keeping accurate billing records.


Lourdes Fuentes


I recently graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology from The College of New Jersey. I’m beyond excited to continue my education and obtain a Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology at Loyola University Maryland this coming fall! 

Even from a young age, I just always knew I wanted to work with people. I was first introduced to working alongside professional adults and children through my volunteering experience at a local library and then later, a non-profit environmental organization. Along with my trilingual knowledge and my Filipino cultural background, all these experiences have fostered my interest and enthusiasm for my pursuit of greater education in the SLP field! I even had the amazing opportunity to witness client interactions and the daily responsibilities of an SLP alongside Dr. Moore.

During these times, I managed to learn more about professionalism, teamwork and connections. These characteristics were further implemented at my summer internships at a special education school and later, my job at a daycare.  My study abroad experiences in London, England has pushed me outside of my comfort zone and introduced me to a cultural community I was once unfamiliar with. As an educator, I strive to become a dedicated practitioner because I know how important it is for a student to build a sense of community in order to succeed as an individual!


Koh McGinn


I am an upcoming junior undergraduate majoring in the accelerated Communication Sciences and Disorders five-year program at La Salle University. I am heavily involved with my university which includes being a coordinator for tutoring inner city children and
doing service trips to local HIV/AIDS community centers.


When I have time to myself, I love to cook and bake and hang out with friends. I want to be a SLP because I want to work in a medical setting and work with people that have  dysphagia or swallowing problems.


Valerie Siano

Per Diem Consultant 

Valerie Siano, our per diem consultant, is a dedicated speech-language pathologist. She is
eager to assist any of our pediatric or adult clients. Valerie has spent more than a decade
honing her skills in providing speech and language therapy to individuals across various age groups and school-based settings. She has also contributed to the groundbreaking research efforts of the New Jersey Language and Autism Genetics Study at Rutgers University by administering standardized language tests to autistic individuals and their families.


With a Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Emerson College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Sociology and International Studies from Rowan University, she brings a unique blend of academic knowledge and practical expertise to the practice. Valerie holds a speech-language pathology license from the state of New Jersey and a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. When working with Valerie, you can trust that you or your loved one will receive personalized, compassionate care to unlock their full 

communication potential.

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