Dr. Alisha Griffith: Autism Mom, Communication Expert (Audiologist and Speech Pathologist), Best Selling Author, IGNITE Coach and Transformational Speaker and Trainer
Dr. Alisha “Ali” Griffith is a compassionate professionally trained educator, speech-language pathologist, and an audiologist for nearly two decades. She has worked in schools, homes, offices, and in her own practice connecting those with speech and hearing difficulties. Through her work, Dr. Griffith has helped many BELIEVE in themselves and SHIFT their self-talk.
In August 2016, Dr. Alisha Griffith added #1 Best Selling author to her list of credentials with her book AU-MAZING GIFT: A Journey to Autism Acceptance. In December 2017, she released Au-Mazing Gift: A Journey to Autism Acceptance (2nd edition), which now includes interactive reading and access to worksheets to encourage more active self- work during reading.
Dr. Alisha Griffith is an Autism Mom Coach, Communication Expert, and dynamic Motivational Speaker, due to her authentic practice of applying her passion, willingness to serve others, and her dedication to ignite a change to autism acceptance and inclusion, globally. She is a maverick and catalyst for bold changes and a great connector within the autism community. Dr. Alisha Griffith is the igniter of positive energy. Dr. Alisha Griffith has created a movement to shift inner dialogues from negative to gratitude and appreciation through the power of listening and embracing differences and unique gifts. She believes our KEYS to success are in maintaining a positive mindset, applying your very best self through life’s journey and staying in ACTION, powerfully.
Dr. Alisha “Ali” Griffith has been seen on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), Power Play TV and an interview on Comcast. She has also been seen speaking on the stages of Steve Harvey’s Act like s Success Conference, Lisa Nichols Speak and Write Conference and Autism Alliance of Michigan Conference. She has also been featured in The Network Journal, NY Metro Parents, Caribbean Life News, and Healthy Way. She is a contributing writer to Mom’s N Charge blog and has been interviewed on other blogs like Guyanese Girls Rock and The Art of Autism. Dr. Ali has also been interviewed for podcasts like Autism Quality of Life, The Riot Starter on iHeartRadio, Blog Talk Radio and We Help You Thrive.