Mary Lewis

Speech Language Pathologist | Clinic Coordinator | 304-342-7852 ext. 104 

Mary is a graduate of Marshall University and has been with the CLC since 2005. Mary is an avid reader and is adored by her clients. Mary has been known to occasionally play practical jokes on the staff at the CLC, demonstrating her wonderful sense of humor. Mary and her husband have two beautiful children that keep them busy with various activities. She is not only a great mom, but she is also a great therapist and a valued member of the staff.

Amber Settles

Speech Language Pathologist | 304-342-7852 ext. 105

Amber is a graduate of WV Wesleyan and UVA, but we don’t hold that against her. She worked in the school system before finding her way to the CLC, where she has been since 2009. She puts the same amount of energy that she uses to cheer for the Reds as she does into her therapy. She can often be found racing her clients back to the therapy room and is by far the hardest worker you’ll ever meet. A devoted aunt and Maggie’s dog-mom, you’ll know you found her when you see her polka dot Chuck shoes.

Brooke Garnes

Speech Language Pathologist | 304-342-7852 ext. 103 

Brooke is a graduate of Marshall University and has been with the CLC since 2016.  Originally from Maryland, Brooke has travelled to different parts of West Virginia and Tennessee where she worked in a variety of settings including the school system, Birth to Three, and skilled nursing before coming back to WV to climb aboard the CLC.  Outside of work, she enjoys outdoor activities, spending time renovating her home with her new husband and being a cat mom to her two babies, Pancho and Lefty.

Brooke Cunningham

Speech Language Pathologist | (304) 342-7852 x. 107

Dianna Perdue

Executive Assistant | 304-342-7852 ext. 106

Dianna has been with the CLC since January of 2013, tackling the task of insurance billing (still at no cost to our families). She is a talented photographer, some of her photographs have been displayed during Artwalk in Charleston. Dianna loves to travel, especially to the southwestern part of the United States and New York City. While the lights in NYC may be bright, they are nothing in comparison to Dianna’s kindness and dedication to helping others.