Jennifer Baggett

Clinical Educator/Instructor


  • BA, Communicative Disorders, The University of Alabama, 2006
  • MS, Speech-Language Pathology, The University of Alabama, 2008


Jennifer Morgan Baggett is a speech-language pathology clinical educator and instructor at The University of Alabama. She began her career in the Tuscaloosa City School system in 2008 where she worked with elementary and middle school students. She transitioned to the University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic in 2014 to serve on an interdisciplinary diagnostic team and provide speech-language therapy to children with autism. In 2018, Ms. Baggett served as the interim Clinic Director of the UA ASD Clinic and began teaching for the Department of Communicative Disorders. In 2021, she began an inclusive preschool program, Play Pals, at the UA Speech and Hearing Center and serves as the program’s director.

Selected Publications

Fedewa, M.P., Watkins, L. Barber, A., Baggett, J., (2023). Supporting social play of preschoolers with and without autism: A collaborative approach for special educators and speech language pathologists. Early Childhood Education Journal. DOI: