Meet Our Team

Brandi-Lynn Greig, M.S., CCC-SLP - Owner

Brandi-Lynn Greig, M.S., CCC-SLP - Owner

Brandi-Lynn graduated from the University of North Dakota with a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. She furthered her education by completing the Communication Disorders Program in Severe Disabilities through Western Carolina University. She has over 20 years of experience in the specialized area of Speech-Generating Device (SGD) service provision to adults and children with complex communication needs with a wide range of cognitive abilities, utilizing both high and low tech equipment. Her experiences also include presenting at professional conferences locally & nationally, collaborating and consulting with professionals, family members, and other team members regarding assessment, training, and therapeutic interventions.

Brandi-Lynn moved to Colorado and opened Inspiring Talkers in 2007, providing home-based therapy services to children in Northern Colorado. Her passions are for providing client-centered care and supporting the whole family.  It was through that passion that Inspiring Talkers grew to offer speech, occupational, and physical therapy to children throughout Northern Colorado.   In 2022, Brandi-Lynn acquired Skills 4 Life Pediatric Therapy with the dream to continue to develop the amazing programs and services in Boulder!

Brandi-Lynn is active in her community, loves to spend time with her boys, all things outdoors, and traveling!

Sarah Schmitz - Client Care Coordinator

Sarah Schmitz – Client Care Coordinator

Sarah Schmitz is the Skills 4 Life Client Care Coordinator, where she specializes in supporting our clients and staff.

She loves creating a fun and interpersonal relationship with each family that comes through our door. With Sarah’s marketing and client relations background, she has extensive knowledge to help build and grow our practice while ensuring our client’s daily needs are in caring hands.

Sarah is originally from a small-knit community in Kentucky where she was born and raised. Her family moved to Colorado in 2012 and she loved it here so much that she decided to stay! Sarah and her husband both enjoy being outdoors, spending time with family, traveling, and exploring all of the best local restaurants. They also spend extra time volunteering at their local church and in their community. Sarah is currently working on receiving her Bachelor’s in Marketing and Business from Ensign College.

Allyson Bowman, COTA/L

Allyson Bowman is a certified Occupational Therapy Assistant who works with students of all ages to improve their handwriting, keyboarding, executive function, and motor skills. She also helps children learn the techniques they need to excel in school, such as time management and study skills.

Allyson believes she can make a significant impact on a child’s life by providing a fun and creative environment where she teaches them the foundational skills they need to be successful. She has dedicated her career to helping children become the best version of themselves and achieve their goals.

Anna Culbert

Anna Culbert, MS, OTR/L

Anna Culbert is a licensed and registered Occupational Therapist with several years of pediatric experience working with children of all ages and abilities.

Anna loves building strong and trusting relationships with each child and family that she works with as she believes a positive relationship is a foundation for successful interventions. She enjoys working with children of any age but especially loves working with infants and toddlers. Anna is passionate about working with children and their families to identify what is most important to them and supporting them through intervention to reach their goals.

Jordan Golter, MOT, OTR/L

Jordan Golter, MOT, OTR/L

Jordan Golter is a registered and licensed Occupational Therapist with several years of experience working with children and adolescents. 

Jordan is dedicated to building a positive relationship and engaging environment where children can participate in their daily life, including both school and leisure activities, to their full potential. Jordan believes learning and personal growth occur throughout the lifespan and enjoys working with children and their families to provide support for meeting their unique goals.

Terri Terrell, M.A., CCC-SLP

Terri received her M.A. in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Colorado-Boulder. She has experience working with
individuals with autism, Down syndrome, developmental delays, apraxia, fluency disorders, AAC users, dyslexia and other reading disorders. She
became inspired to work with individuals that use technology to communicate after attending Talk with Technology Camp in grad school. Since working at Inspiring Talkers Terri has also completed specialized training in Orton-Gillingham and language-learning disabilities, i.e. dyslexia, ADHD, dysgraphia.  As a result of her own learning disabilities, she has a passion for helping this population feel confident and successful in reading, spelling and writing. In her free time, she enjoys playing outdoors, hiking, camping, kayaking and snowshoeing. She recently just had her first child and looks forward to enjoying all Colorado has to offer with her new daughter, husband and red-heeler.


Karina Black, OTR/L – Consultant & Founder

Karina Black is a registered & licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L) with over 30 years of experience helping children and adults obtain the life skills they need to be successful.

Karina founded Skills 4 Life Pediatric Occupational Therapy in 2010 because she wanted to work directly with children that were grappling with similar issues she experienced as a child.

In her youth, Karina battled a visual impairment that made it difficult for her to read and develop eye-hand coordination skills. She had to work longer and harder than many of her peers in order to complete school assignments and do well on tests. As a result of her insight and desire to serve others, she pursued a career that would allow her to help other children avoid the same struggles she experienced as well as benefit from interventions that weren’t available when she was a child.

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