Adrienne Davis is one of our Clinical Coordinators in the Speech-Language Pathology program. Born and raised in Augusta, Georgia, she earned her Bachelors of Science in Education with emphasis in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia. She then came to Columbia and completed the Masters of Speech Pathology program at The University of South Carolina. Adrienne has practiced in a variety of settings, including acute care, home health, early intervention, as well as outpatient and long-term acute rehab. She has had opportunities to diagnose and treat a variety of disorders, however has special interest in those related to feeding and swallowing. Adrienne specializes in working with adult dysphagia resulting from a host of etiologies, as well as interest in pediatric feeding and swallowing. Ms. Davis has also demonstrated interest in advocacy for the speech-language pathology profession, and actively participates as former Vice President of Government Affairs and current President Elect for the South Carolina Speech and Hearing Association. Mrs. Davis currently lives in Irmo with her husband and daughter. She enjoys travelling, volunteering at her church Right Direction Church International, and spending time with her family.
Awards & Accomplishments
- ACE Award, American Speech Language and Hearing Association (Oct 2021, March 2020)