Adrianna Bourland is a graduate of The University of Alabama where she majored in Communicative Disorders and minored in Human Development. During her studies, Adrianna spent the majority of her time in educational and clinical settings observing and interacting with children affected by a variety of speech and developmental issues. Adrianna’s desire to study communicative disorders and human development stemmed from her passion to help those in need. Outside the classroom, Adrianna made sure to be involved in ways where she could help others. She joined the national sorority, Delta Zeta, volunteering in a multitude of ways including their service project that benefits children with chronic illnesses. Furthermore, she was one of the founding members of The University of Alabama’s chapter of Love Your Melon, an organization whose mission is to put a hat on the head of every child battling cancer. She is currently furthering her education at Arizona State University's distance learning program where she will earn a Masters in Psychology. Adrianna has also completed training in Orton-Gillingham, which has provided her with the materials and ability to better serve those with dyslexia and reading and writing challenges. Adrianna and her husband, Colin, are actively engaged in the community and are members of Passion City Church.