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Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, Ph.D.

About the Founder

My name is Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, Ph.D. I am a mother to a wonderful, successful young man with a history of learning disabilities. I’m a speech-language pathology professor in Sacramento State University’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. In addition, I work directly with 3-18 year old students as a speech-language pathologist in the San Juan Unified School District.

University teaching and doing hands-on speech-language therapy with kids is the best of both worlds! I especially have a passion for early intervention that supports improving the speech-language skills of children who are 0-5 years old.

I love donating free books to at-risk children experiencing poverty around the world to boost their literacy skills for a brighter future. I’m a social media influencer who promotes children’s literacy around the globe. Follow me on Instagram at @dr.celesteroseberry. Follow me on Tik Tok at @celesteroseberry.

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Whoever is generous to the poor gives to God, and He will repay them for their actions. -Proverbs 19:17