Leadership Team



The management team at TalkPath Live has as a combined 50+ years of experience in the field of special education, which means we’re keenly aware of the myriad obstacles facing superintendents and directors of special education today. It’s from these challenges that TalkPath Live was developed. Our menu of teletherapy options has been specifically designed to ease the burden of schools by providing multiple highly specialized services for students with special needs — all while saving schools valuable time and resources.

Theresa Grant

Chief Program Development Officer

Theresa Grant brings her particular brand of expertise to TalkPath Live as head of our program development initiatives. Prior to her current position, she served as Chief Development Officer of Specialized Education Services, Inc. (SESI) until 2014, when SESI merged with Catapult Learning and she assumed the role of Program Development Specialist. A longtime educator and program manager, Theresa began her career in special education in 1985 as the co-owner/operator (with her husband) of an independent school for students with special needs. After the school was acquired in 2001, she stayed on as Program Director, earning a series of well-deserved promotions as she segued her informed skill set into the field of business development. Now developing business for TPL, Theresa excels at combining her educational insight with her talent for program development and says her favorite parts of her job include liaising with prospective clients and sharing vital information about our mission and our goals on behalf of individuals with therapeutic needs.

Adrian Pellew

Chief Technology Officer

Adrian Pellew, M.I.S., is a proven leader in IT management, having held several top-level positions at such multimillion-dollar companies as SESI (Specialized Education Services, Inc.) and Catapult Learning. With a B.S. in computer science from Kean University and extensive post-graduate work at Villanova University, Boston University, and the University of Phoenix, Adrian’s in-depth field-specific education has served him well in the targeted areas of IT planning, budgeting, and implementation. A results-focused professional with close to two decades of experience, he is adept at designing and streamlining operational activities for service-based organizations, with particular subject-matter expertise in business systems development, application engineering, and website and network management. Currently serving as the Chief Technology Officer of TalkPath Live, a leading telehealth services provider, Adrian coordinates all online systems and processes, directs all technological initiatives, and supervises all software and hardware utilization and optimization for the company’s diverse client base.

Erin Ramos

Director of Clinical Affairs

Erin Ramos, MSOT, OTR/L, earned her bachelor’s degree in social and behavioral sciences and her master’s of science in occupational therapy from Seton Hall University, graduating as the top student in her class and then pursuing an array of continuing education coursework in such areas as crisis management, self-regulation in children, pediatric dysphagia, and infection control. Prior to joining the TPL team, she held multiple pediatric OT and lead therapist positions in various parts of the country, with a clinical focus on working with children from birth to 21 years of age with a wide range of diagnoses and disorders in a variety of settings, including school systems, outpatient pediatric care, and telehealth. Erin’s areas of specialization include feeding dysfunction, ADD/ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and pediatric aqua therapy. She also has extensive experience at the administrative level in program development, leadership, and mentoring. Erin believes that a holistic, multidisciplinary approach is most effective in helping clients optimize their function and achieve independence in their daily activities, a perspective that informs her daily and plentiful contributions to the TalkPath Live community.

Julie Lynne

Coordinator of Team Operations

Julie Lynne, MS, CCC-SLP, has been an educator for 30 years and a speech-language pathologist for the past 12. She has worked extensively in the classroom and in leadership positions in a variety of school settings, including serving as Dean of Middle School and Director of Educational Support. She is a certified teacher by the American Montessori Society, as well as an International Baccalaureate certified teacher, and she holds a Texas State teaching certificate. She has given presentations at national educational conferences and teacher in-service training sessions. In addition to her school experience, Julie co-founded and managed a private practice for eight years. Her areas of specialization include autism, ADHD (executive functioning), literacy, language and articulation disorders, and students who have complex communication and learning profiles. She is Hanen trained and enjoys working with parents and teachers in coaching and supporting children across environments beyond clinic walls. An artist who also holds a fine arts degree, Julie brings her passion for creativity and use of visual supports to her therapy sessions to motivate and engage students in their own learning.

Christina Moore

Lead Clinical Coordinator

Christina Moore, MS, CCC-SLP, is a highly trained and highly skilled clinical specialist who earned her bachelor’s degree in mass communications from UC Berkeley, multiple teaching credentials from UC Irvine, and her master’s in communication disorders from the University of Dallas, Texas. Christina’s elementary school teaching experience makes her a perfect fit with our pediatric populations, and her expertise in dysphagia, stroke, and dementia make her an invaluable asset to our adult clients both at home and in rehabilitative facilities. She holds numerous licensures and credentials and has worked with a diverse array of patients across a wide variety of settings, including neonatal care, primary and secondary schools, inpatient and outpatient pediatric care, acute care, adult and geriatric inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living, independent living, home health, and teletherapy. Areas of specialization include but are not limited to feeding dysfunction, speech and language disorders, fluency impairment, autism spectrum disorders, ADD/ADHD, Down syndrome, traumatic brain injury, vocal cord dysfunction, aphasia, visual neglect, anomia, and right hemisphere dysfunction. When Christina’s not helping everything run smoothly at TPL, she pursues her role as mentor and educator at the university level, serving as a graduate clinical supervisor and graduate guest lecturer.