Hannah Krimm, MS, CCC-SLP, CDP earned a B.S. in Psychology (2011) from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She earned an M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology (2013) from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, during which she completed a master’s thesis entitled Predictive Value of Orthographic Processing for Spelling Proficiency. Clinically, Hannah has worked as a school SLP and she became a Certified Dyslexia Practitioner in 2017. Hannah’s major research interests include using educational technology to support children with language-based learning disabilities and to improve professional learning for those who serve them.
She is currently working on her dissertation: Exploring Educators’ Linguistic Knowledge and Relative Expertise. She completed the Blended and Online Learning Fellowship at Vanderbilt and received blue-ribbon honors for her poster Effect of an Online Learning Module for Transcription and Phonological Awareness at Gerald S. Gotterer Health Professions Education Research Day (2015). Hannah also investigates the nature language-based learning disabilities. She won best abstract for clinical/behavioral/intervention research at Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Science Day (2016) for her poster Knowledge of Derivational Morphology of Children with Specific Language Impairment and won Vanderbilt’s annual 3-minute thesis competition (2018) for her presentation A Foundation of Sand: Reading Disabilities in Children with Language Impairment.