Yomna Elsiddig is the director of Speech and Language Services at John Tracy Center. She completed her undergraduate degree at Northwestern University and received her Master's in Speech-Language Pathology from Massachusetts General Hospital's Institute of Health Professions. Yomna is a bilingual clinician (Arabic/English) and has worked in a variety of settings, including schools, clinics, and home health. She enjoys unlocking and rehabilitating the communicative potential of children and adults, with various diagnoses, disabilities, and needs. Experiences and areas of interest include early intervention, hearing loss, autism, general receptive and expressive language delays, speech sound disorders, and cleft lip and palate. Yomna is a strong proponent of family-centered care that celebrates neurodiversity, and cultural and linguistic differences.
Annie Sager is a speech language pathologist at John Tracy Center. She graduated with her Master's of Science in speech language pathology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill where she focused her studies on supporting children who are deaf or hard of hearing with additional developmental disabilities. Annie has clinical experience in a variety of settings including private clinics, preschools, and diagnostic centers. She is passionate about working with children who have complex communication needs, use alternative and augmentative communication (AAC), or have pediatric feeding disorders. Annie finds joy and is grateful for the opportunity to support families in their communication and feeding journeys.