Kelli Pierce


Jackson, Michigan


Kelli Pierce graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Anthropology. She returned to MSU for Communicative Sciences and Disorders courses and earned  a Master of Arts degree from Eastern Michigan University’s Speech-Language Pathology program in 2011. Kelli has been working at Comprehensive Speech and Therapy Center since that time in a variety of settings, including schools, home care, skilled nursing facilities, in addition to the clinical setting. She has gained valuable experience in evaluation and diagnosis of communication disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, speech sound disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and aphasia following stroke. Kelli is one of the Assistant Clinical Directors at CSTC, overseeing clinical compliance and development.  Additionally, Kelli is the Vice President for Advocacy for the Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Kelli enjoys reading, hanging out with her husband and three kids, trying to find time to go to yoga, drinking coffee, and hiking in the woods.