Nancy Marencin, M.Ed.
Nancy Marencin is an ASHA Certified Speech Language Pathologist, Certified Wilson Dyslexia Therapist, and Board Certified Telepractice Specialist. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. In Reading Education and Language Arts at FSU and Dyslexia Certification through the University of Florida. Nancy completed her graduate studies in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Georgia State University, where she was a fellow in the inaugural Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental Disorders (LEND) program through the Maternal Child Health Bureau. Nancy completed a joint clinical fellowship at Georgia State University's Urban Child Study Center and at the Atlanta Speech School's Speech-Language Clinic. Her clinical experience includes working as a diagnostic clinician in partnership with pediatric neuropsychologists, developing and implementing a teletherapy delivered model of dyslexia intervention, diagnosing and treating language based learning disabilities, and teaching reading and language in a specialized school setting for children with language based learning disabilities and dyslexia. Nancy's research interests include the impacts of dialect on the development of morphology, and the impact of morphological knowledge and advanced phonemic awareness skills on word level reading and spelling fluency.