Leadership Team

Photo of Tami Treutein, MA, CCC-SLP Tami Treutlein, MA, CCC-SLP

Director and Company Founder

Tami Treutlein is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist and CEO of SLC Therapy of WNY. She received her Masters in Communicative Science and Disorders from SUNY Geneseo and her undergraduate degree from Adelphi University. Additionally, Tami holds a certificate in Life Learning & Behavior Strategies for Children with Autism from the University of Rochester. She is also a member of the Class of 2014 of the University at Buffalo School of Management's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Tami is a board member for the Warsaw YMCA Branch as well as the Wyoming County Community Hospital Foundation. She is a wife and a mother of four children.


SarahSarah Maginnis, MS Ed., CCC/SLP

Therapy Coordinator/Quality Assurance/Speech Therapy Supervisor

Sarah Maginnis is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist. She received her Masters in Speech Language Pathology at Buffalo State College and Bachelor's Degree in Communicative Disorders and Sciences from SUNY Geneseo. She joined SLC Therapy of WNY in 2011 and took on her current title in 2020. She is an active therapist who loves working with children and families to help them discover functional ways to communicate. She also enjoys mentoring those who are new to the field as CF Supervisor.


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Katie Vranich, OTR/L

Occupational Therapy Supervisor

Katie is a 2003 grad of SUNY at Buffalo. She started working at SLC in 2011 and became OT Supervisor in September 2013. She has a strong interest in feeding and has two very picky eaters of her own at home. She loves working with little ones and seeing the joy on their parents’ faces when their baby reaches a milestone.


Mary Kathryn White, PT/L

Physical Therapy Supervisor


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Kimberly Bragg, MS

Special Education Supervisor

Kim attended D’Youville College, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education in 2007. She received her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education in 2008, and with it, an award for achievement in and dedication to the field of Special Education.

Kim has been working in Early Intervention since 2000, specializing in behavior modification. She joined SLC Therapy of WNY in 2001 as a Special Instruction therapist and is Supervisor of Special Education and Family Training.