Our Staff

Nicole Lampi, M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinic Director, Speech/Language Pathologist

I have always liked to be busy. Before having children, I completed triathlons and taught fitness classes. My time now is spent running after my 3 kids and running them to their activities. What I love most about my career: supporting these amazing therapists, and sharing laughter with the children I treat.

Danielle Davis, M.A., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

My husband and I were high school sweethearts. After getting married, we talked about having four kids. Little did we know, we would be blessed with twins. Three years after that, our second set of twins were born!  Our dream of four children become a reality, although we never would have envisioned it happening quite the way it did.  We feel very lucky.

Nancy Johnston, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

I spin wool into yarn and am a member of the Duluth Fiber Handcrafter’s Guild. The spinning wheel I use is a family heirloom that came from Norway.

Linda M. Kalweit, AuD, CCC-A, F/AAA

Pediatric Audiologist

Wow, this is my 25th year as the pediatric audiologist at this clinic! Born under the sign of Libra, I revel in growing as a practitioner in both the "art" and "science" of pediatric audiology. In my spare time I do intricate beadwork, knitting, and other crafts and I volunteer in the community as part of my church, Gloria Dei Lutheran.

Tristan Kerfeld, M.A., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

I love doing crafty things! Whether it is prepping and laminating materials for therapy, sewing Halloween costumes for my own children or wrapping presents with extra ribbon, I enjoy all aspects of being crafty!

Sorina Larson, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

I love making therapy activities out of boxes, creating anything from school buses, to reindeer, to dragons. I’ll make anything that is motivating!

Jillian Little, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

I have been knitting since I was ten years old. I have become the official "dishcloth" knitter for my entire family, and I love to knit baby hats!

Tamara Pogin, M.A., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

I enjoy watching baking shows about making beautiful and complex creations that I can’t even eat due to allergies. I can be inspired by creativity in many modalities even if it’s not something I can do.

Natalie Wark, M.A., CCC-SLP

Speech/Language Pathologist

I'm excited for this next chapter in my career and continuing my work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other challenges! I have 10 years of pediatric experience as an SLP, most recently serving children as part of Lake Area Therapy Services.

Dr. Susan Larson Kidd, Ed.S, Ed. D

Educational/Behavioral Consultant

I am an educational/behavioral consultant for children/youth and adults with Autism and other neurodevelopmental differences. I have over 25 years experience as a teacher, professor, speaker, administrator and author. Currently, I provide educational, sensory and behavioral services to agencies, school districts, and families providing staff training, program evaluation/development, and individual services.

Emily Wolf

Office Manager

After a number of years living on the North Shore, I developed a passion for the outdoors. My favorite outdoor activity is hiking in the summer, and snowshoeing in the winter. My favorite spot to hike up the shore is Sugarloaf Cove; I love bringing a good book with me and sitting along the lake to read!

Julia Collins

Therapy Aide

I grew up in Southern Wisconsin where my mom ran a daycare out of her home; meeting new children & connecting with them has always been a passion of mine! Since moving to the twin ports I have spent a lot of time hiking, camping, & kayaking on all the beautiful lakes and rivers. When I’m not busy outside I love to go and listen to live music!

Marcus Hardin

Facility Manager

I keep the building running, and solve problems affecting the efficient operation of our program. I maintain and refurbish the various educational and entertaining props our clients use. One of my principal joys in life is seeing our clients come to our staff, scared and unable to communicate, and watch them walk out, proud and talkative. I am privileged to be part of this fantastic program, offered at no charge, to children in need.