Nicole Meza, M.S., CCC-SLP

Nikki earned a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from California State University, San Marcos where she also received her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development specializing in Children’s Services with a minor in Psychology. She has experience working with patients from 9 months to 98 years old within a private practice, educational, and inpatient hospital settings. Nikki has also had the opportunity to focus on the care and treatment at a primarily Spanish bilingual elementary school, as well as adults with mild to severe cognitive communication and intellectual disabilities. She has enjoyed giving back to the world of speech language pathology with the supervision of SLPA, undergraduate, and graduate students throughout her career. The last several years, Nikki has focused on the assessment and treatment of feeding disorders, apraxia, and aphasia. Nikki is a California native who recently relocated to North Carolina where she is working at a private practice for children and adults, as well as an elementary school. She enjoys hiking, working out, playing with dogs, cooking and traveling.