Kate DeVore, M.A., CCC-SLP, is a voice/speech
pathologist who specializes in treating
and training the professional voice, including
theatrical voice, speech and dialects.
Kate operates Total Voice, Inc.,
teaches voice at Columbia College
in Chicago and lectures nationally.
She has taught at numerous colleges,
universities, theatre companies
and training programs in Boston
and Chicago. Past medical affiliations
include: the Voice Center at the
University of Illinois -Chicago
and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center (a teaching affiliate of
Harvard Medical School).
Visit her website, www.totalvoice.net,
to learn more about Kate’s
commitment to helping individuals
realize their vocal, professional
and personal potential.
Starrlett Cookman, M.A., CCC-SLP is the
assistant director of the Voice and Speech
Clinic at the University of Connecticut
Health Center. As an assistant professor,
she evaluates and treats individuals with
voice disorders in addition to providing
lectures about voice and laryngeal dysfunction.
Starr is a trained mezzo-soprano
with several years experience singing
professional jazz. She combines
her extensive clinical, teaching,
and stage experience to bridge the
gap between the science and art