Sharon C. Jordan is the Founder and CEO of Speech Tactics, a leading organization in pediatric therapy services since 2012. Sharon formed Speech Tactics with the intent to serve just a small number of private practice clients outside of her full-time hospital position as a medical speech-language pathologist. Within the span of a year, her private practice caseload gradually increased as she became more convinced that her true passion and purpose were more closely aligned with serving children. In 2014, Sharon was juggling two jobs as her pediatric clientele grew steadily. Albeit, not an easy decision to make, Sharon eventually relented and went on to pursue what she now knows is her purpose- pediatric therapy.
While leading the Speech Tactics organization through several growth milestones, starting from 200 ft.² and growing to 6000 ft.² of clinic space in two locations, Sharon has been known to be a “people-first” leader. She spends a great deal of time building positive relationships with her team and the families at Speech Tactics. Through creative design, development, innovation, and implementation of organizational systems, operations, and programs, she continues to curate a culture that focuses on the company’s core values: INTEGRITY, GROWTH, COMPASSION, COMMUNITY, & EMPOWERMENT.
Sharon is a collaborative and hands-on leader who encourages creativity, communication, exploration, and courage with her team. She is solution-oriented and is constantly seeking new ways to grow, rethink, and transform pediatric therapy. Many people have described Sharon as an intuitive thought leader whose visionary gifts have propelled Speech Tactics to new heights in pediatric therapy. When she is not leading her dynamic and diverse team of AMAZING therapists, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends. She spends her spare time reading books about history, human behavior, leadership, business, and personal growth. There isn’t a moment in the day when Sharon is NOT thinking of ways to raise the bar to bring excellence back to pediatric healthcare.
"Not everything that is faced can be changed.
But nothing can be changed until it is faced."