My name is Crystal Randolph. I am a nationally certified speech-language pathologist. I have been an assistant professor at Valdosta State University for 1 year and have enjoyed every minute of my experiences. I am married and have a four-legged child, Tiana. My family and I enjoy traveling together and spending time with our families.Thus far, we have visited 12 out of 50 states and plan to visit the remaining 38 in years to come. When I am not traveling and spending time with my husband and child, I enjoy sewing, cooking, designing jewelry, and refinishing old furniture,
I began my educational career at South Carolina State University, where I received a Bachelor's of Arts in Speech Pathology and Audiology. Shortly after I began working as a speech-language pathologist in a preschool setting while obtaining my master's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of South Carolina. I discovered that I loved college and completing research so with the encouragement of my husband, I attended Louisiana State University to receive my doctorate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. If you weren't able to tell by the degrees I have received, I love learning about, teaching, and researching the field of communication sciences and disorders. I have more than 8 years of experience in this field and am looking forward to adding many more years of experience. To date, I have worked in a variety of settings including early intervention and schools. I have also volunteered/ worked in a NICU.