Bottom row left to right
Ryan Heneisen, Karen Cupp, Joni Rogers
Back Row left to right
Galia Harrington, LeeAnne Holmberg, Jamie Judd-Wall, Victoria Cannon, Kendall O’Hara
Not pictured: Scott Crownover
Jamie Judd-Wall is the founding Executive Director of TELL Enterprises. An educator with over 20 years of classroom and administrative experience, she brings a wealth of experience in the field of Special Education to TELL Enterprises.
Jamie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), providing both direct therapy and consultative therapy.
Jamie holds teaching and administrative certifications in both Texas and California. She holds five certifications from the Texas Board of Educator Certification: General Education Instruction, Special Education Instruction, General Education Supervision, Special Education Supervision, and Mid-Management and three certifications from the California Teacher Licensing Board, General Education, Special Education and Resource Specialist Instruction. The NeuroScience Institute at the University of Indiana has certified Jamie in Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy.
In addition, Jamie is certified by the Dispute Resolution Center as a Mediator and the Texas LEAD Center in the DuPont Leadership Program. She is also a certified by the Rehabilitation Engineers and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) as an Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP).
Jamie is an accomplished educational author. She is the author of the VoCAT Curriculum, now the STEPS Program, at ACC. She wrote the PECS with TECH program in use as schools across the country. She has contributed articles to many national publications.
When not working, Jamie is a gardener and baker. She is ‘mom’ to fur-babies Dorothy, a dachshund -poodle mix, and Timmy, a Chihuahua. She has daughter and 3 grandchildren living in
Joni Rogers (M.Ed., CCC/SLP) has been a part of TELL’s Speech Therapy Partnership Project since 2009. She has worked in a variety of settings previously, including the North Carolina and Texas Schools for the Deaf, the University of Texas Department of Communication Disorders, the Department of Defense Dependents Schools and Ferens Institute of Otolaryngology at the Middlesex Hospital in London. She has developed and implemented school-based therapy programs, including Total Communication settings; administered communication, academic and cognitive processing assessments for students; provided consultation and in-service training to teachers and families; interpreted regulations affecting students with disabilities; chaired school-based Student Assistance Teams; served as school liaison for ADHD evaluations; served on special education monitoring and program review teams; presented Inclusion in-services; and collected/analyzed research data for diagnosis and treatment of voice and fluency disorders.
Joni attended Texas State University. She enjoys traveling, photography, gardening and spending time with her family and friends.
LeeAnne Holmberg, CCC-SLP, has been part of TELL’s Speech Therapy Partnership since 2013. LeeAnne attended Texas Women’s University in Denton Texas. She brings a through knowledge of augmentative communication technology to her clients at TELL. She has worked at Easter Seals of Central Texas before joining the team at TELL.
LeeAnne lives in Round Rock and is ‘mom’ to her feline fur-babies. She is an avid bird-watcher- which was a surprise to all of us!
Scott is a lifelong Texan who enjoys reading, playing guitar and banjo, and spending time with his wife Buffy and daughter Catherine. Scott attended the University of Texas at Dallas to become a Speech-Language Pathologist after a long career as a recruiter for the oilfield services industry. Scott enjoys the camaraderie that develops during the therapy experience, and loves to see improvements in the communicative abilities of his clients.
Galia comes to TELL with over 30 years of experience as a speech-language pathologist with the majority spent at the Texas School for the Deaf and in a small private practice. As a result, she is fluent in American Sign Language and knowledgeable in working with assistive and augmentative communication strategies, social pragmatics and language development with teenagers and young adults. She has worked as a special education public school teacher with parents and infants as well as a vocational work-training teacher.
Ryan is originally from Evansville, Indiana. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science and Masters of Arts in Speech Pathology at Ball State University in 2017. Through out his time at Ball State University, he held externships in a variety of settings from birth-to-five practices, elementary schools, and inpatient adult rehabilitation hospitals. Ryan began his professional career working at TELL in August of 2017 when he moved to Austin. In his free time, he enjoys trying out new things in Austin such as paddle boarding, restaurants, workout classes and shopping.
Karen Cupp is a relative newcomer to TELL, but brings 40 years of experience as a Texas licensed speech language pathologist, special education teacher and elementary teacher. She also holds ESL certification and has taught for many years. Her specialty is creating communication systems that meet the individual’s unique needs. She has facilitated teams in which every person who has a role in the client’ life is encouraged to be an active member of the team. She ran away to China at 53, started a voice-acting studio at 57, and at 59, moved into an assisted living facility to care for her father. In her spare time, she writes screenplays. Karen is a second-round reader for the Austin Film Festival, when she isn’t at the YMCA practicing yoga.
Victoria Cannon has been the office manager at TELL Enterprises since 2016. She has worked in an administrative capacity for most of her career. Victoria has spent most of her time helping to manage back-office functions including; analyzing data, performing data entry, reviewing accounts and billing correspondence. Victoria is active in her administrative role at “The Neighborhood,” an Austin based all-volunteer 501(c-3) that helps homeless and at risk kids with their families in Austin ISD. Victoria is married to an amazing man and is blessed with two awesome kiddos. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and giving her time to local charities.