Ramsey grew up in South Carolina and received her B.S. in Biological Sciences with a minor in Psychology from the University of South Carolina in 2018. After college, she spent two years working as a research specialist in the Neurodevelopmental Disorders Lab, working with young children with developmental differences and their families. In 2021, she relocated to Durham, NC to pursue her M.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences, which she received in 2023. Ramsey has experience working with children and adolescents with a variety of communication differences and disorders including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, feeding difficulties, and other developmental delays and differences. Ramsey has interests in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), feeding and swallowing needs, executive function intervention, and sensory regulation. Ramsey is passionate about working with children with complex communication needs and approaches her work through a neurodiversity-affirming, family-centered, child-led approach in which each child receives individualized care in accordance with their strengths and goals. Ramsey loves working with families to empower and support them as they work together towards their child’s goals. She also enjoys collaborating with other professionals to approach each child through a holistic lens and learn more from other professions.