Megan Rogalski followed in her aunt’s shoes to pursue a passion for language and communication. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Speech-Language and Audiology at Western Michigan University in 2003 and received her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2006. She had wonderful opportunities to learn in both the medical field, at the Milwaukee VA, and within the public school environments. It was Megan’s educational supervisor, Ms. Sue, who guided and inspired her to work with students to provide speech-language therapy that would support their communication for achieving academic successes and building self-confidence. Megan has continued to grow and refine her skills as a speech-language pathologist in a few of the Arizona public school districts, as well as in the clinical and home health settings. Because of her wonderful clinical teachers and supervisors, she now loves to supervise and teach fellow clinicians. However, don’t be surprised to see her itching to join a speech session or observe and work with the students in their classrooms.
Megan is a wife and mother to two children, Henry and Amelia. After growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, she loves to enjoy all that the desert has to offer! Hiking and weekend family adventures to explore are a couple of her favorite things. She is very thankful to be a part of the New Way Academy Family. The opportunity to help bridge the gaps in each student’s unique learning profile is what excites her most about New Way Academy!