Bekah Lucas joined the Mountain Region Speech and Hearing Center team in August of 2018. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Radford University with a Bachelors in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in American Sign Language. She continued her graduate education at Radford University, receiving her Masters of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
During her undergraduate experience at Radford, Bekah volunteered as an emergency medical technician at the basic level (EMT-B) with the university’s emergency medical services. She also volunteered as an ambassador for her college, Waldron College of Health and Human Services, and at Radford University Speech-Language -Hearing Clinic (RUSLHC) as a clinical assistant. During her graduate career, Bekah worked in a variety of settings to provide services for children and adults alike. These placements included a year at the RUSLHC, the Preschool Language Lab at Radford University, Carilion Giles Community Hospital, and Pediatric Therapy Services. Although Bekah likes working with clients of all ages to gain experience and help provide everyone a voice, she most enjoys working with early childhood language disorders.
During her down time away from work, Bekah’s hobbies include reading, spending time with friends and family, exploring new restaurants, and sleeping.