Contractors

Lisa Duffy

According to Lisa, she has been married since 2006 to a wonderful man! They have two children, a cat and a dog. She was raised in Florence, SC. Lisa graduated from College of Charleston in 2002 with a Major in Psychology and a Minor in Criminal Justice. In 2006, she graduated from the Citadel with a master's degree in Psychology and an Education Specialist in School Psychology in 2006. She has worked in public schools her entire career, mostly in the Columbia area.

Ellen Rikard

Ellen is a speech-language pathologist. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Columbia College in 2003.  Ellen attained a Master of Communication Disorders degree from USC in 2009.  Ellen holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence, State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology, and Teaching Certification in Speech-Language Pathology.  Ellen and her husband of 15 years make their home in the Batesburg-Leesville area with their three boys.

Sarah Childers

Sarah grew up in Mt. Pleasant, SC and earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She completed the School Psychology program at The Citadel in 2010. According to Sarah, since beginning her career, she has been lucky to call Lexington, SC home. She has contracted with Little Johnny since April, 2018 and is excited for the opportunity to work with such a fantastic company and visit so many districts in our great state.

Rebekah Lee

Rebekah is a speech-language pathologist with 17 years of experience in the public school setting. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Columbia College in 1998 and a Master of Speech Pathology degree with specialized training in Traumatic Brain Injury from the University of South Carolina in 2000. She completed a BCaBA program in 2018. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence, State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology, Teaching Certification in Speech-Language Pathology, National Board Teacher Certification in the area of Exceptional Needs Specialist, and a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst certification.  Rebekah and her husband reside in Batesburg-Leesville with their dog, Lola. She is currently working towards a second Master’s degree in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis.

Dr. Stephanie Robinson

Stephanie has worked as a school psychologist since 2002. Prior to becoming a school psychologist, she worked with children with autism running ABA programs. Stephanie has experience working with children from preschool through 12th grade with a wide range of disabilities. Since 2007, she has taught courses online. Stephanie has a Ph.D in psychology and a Masters in education (specializing in the divergent learner). She is married and has three beautiful children (ages 18, 23, 26). Stephanie was a self-proclaimed military brat who lived in several states as well as Germany while growing up.  Since middle school,  she has resided in Columbia, SC.

Morgan Tolley

Morgan is a wife and mother of a 4 year-old daughter. She has lived in Lexington, SC since 2004. Morgan grew up in a rural town in South Carolina and attended Clemson for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and then graduated from The Citadel with a Masters and Ed.S. degree in School Psychology. She completed her internship in Sumter County School District and then began her career as a School Psychologist in Lexington School District One in 2005. Since 2006, she has been working as one of the preschool School Psychologists in Lexington One and has loved it. She recently began working with Little Johnny, LLC contracting as a School Psychologist working as needed with preschool evaluations.

Stephanie Sawyer

Stephanie is a speech-language pathologist who has worked in the schools of SC for 17 years. She has vast experience with diagnosing and treating a variety of communication disorders in children ages 3-21. She believes that the main goal of an SLP is to give students the skills they need to become functional communicators in all aspects of their lives. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Columbia College in 1999, she went on to attain a Master of Speech Pathology degree from USC in 2001. Stephanie holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence, State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology, and Teaching Certification in Speech-Language Pathology. In her time away from work, Stephanie enjoys reading, working in her yard, and spending time with her three children and husband. She and her husband Grig make their home in the Batesburg-Leesville area.

Muri Howle

Muri graduated from Kent State University’s School Psychology program in 2014 with an Education Specialist degree. She has worked as a School Psychologist in several rural school districts in SC. Muri has worked in administrative capacities in these districts collaborating with Teaching and Learning Departments to implement Response-to- Intervention programming. She has worked with principals and special education staff to ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. In these roles, Mrs. Howle has worked with students 2 ½ -21 years of age. She also anticipates graduating in May 2019 from her Doctorate program in Educational Leadership at Clemson University. Mrs. Howle looks forward to being a contract School Psychologist for Little Johnny to assist with consultation, meetings, and psychoeducational evaluations.

Courtney Martling

Courtney has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Clemson University. Her Specialist degree in School Psychology is from Florida State University. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Courtney resides in the midlands area.