Jill Teitelbaum is a speech-language pathologist at a multidisciplinary K-12 nonprofit private school for children with speech and language delays in New York City. Jill developed her love for all things speech-language pathology during her undergraduate program at Washington University in St. Louis. She continued her studies at Northwestern University, whereupon she received a Master’s of Science in Speech, Language, and Learning. During her time at Northwestern, Jill worked with a variety of populations in a diverse range of settings, ranging from schools and daycares to to acute care hospitals. Ultimately, Jill’s mentorship and experience working with Northwestern’s Developmental Diagnostic Program for children ages birth-to-three motivated her to begin her career as a pediatric speech-language pathologist.
Jill spent approximately two years working as an Early Intervention and private practice provider in the greater Chicagoland area. Since her move to New York, Jill has searched for ways to meld her passion for advocacy, outreach, and social justice with her love for speech-language pathology. Jill is eager to work with CHAT towards serving underrepresented communities and diversifying the field of speech-language pathology at large.