Social! The Pendley Project is named in honor of Dr. Ann Pendley. As a gifted clinician, advocate and founder of the renowned Speech & Language Stimulation Center, Dr. Pendley created a legacy that is carried on through the many lives she touched. We strive to develop quality social support integrated with health and wellness practices, carried out with the zest and passion that Dr. Pendley had for her work.
Mallory Griffith M.A., CCC-SLP, is the founder and executive director of Social! The Pendley Project. She is a Colorado native, having grown up on a farm just outside of McClave, CO. Mallory played basketball for the University of Wyoming, where she received her undergraduate degree in Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences. Following Wyoming, she received her Master's degree at the University of Iowa, the nation's #1 Speech Pathology Program. She completed an internship at the University of Iowa's Center for Developmental Disabilities, followed by two years working in the public schools. Currently, Mallory is employed by the Speech & Language Stimulation Center where she works with children and adults who have speech, language and social (pragmatic) needs.