Sandy Clore-Phillips graduated from Kansas State University with an M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology with an emphasis in CVA/adult rehabilitation. She worked for seven years in a hospital setting and while working in adult rehabilitation and dysphasia, she gained experience working with the pediatric population. Sandy also worked in a school setting for seven years. She has been a Family Service Coordinator with ITSJC for the last 11 years. Sandy enjoys spending time at home with her husband and two sons, Grayson and Austin. She also enjoys babysitting her daughter, Alicia’s two children, Brennan and Colby, on the weekends. Sandy also manages to squeeze in reading biographies, gardening and entertaining her family and friends.