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Kenneth Tom

Kenneth Tom, Ph.D., is Associate Professor Emeritus in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at California State University, Fullerton. He received his A.B. in

Lynn Helding

Lynn Helding, Professor of Practice in Voice and Voice Pedagogy at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, is the author of The Musician’s Mind: Teaching, Learning & Performance in the Age of Brain Science and the chapter “Brain” in Scott McCoy’s Your Voice: An Inside View 3rd edition.

Kari Ragan

Singer, author, and voice pedagogue, Kari Ragan holds degrees from the University of Washington (DMA), and Indiana University (MM, BM). In 2012, Dr. Ragan was

Jacob Lieberman

Jacob Lieberman is an internationally acclaimed expert on physical and psychological management of voice disorders. As an osteopath and psychotherapist, he has developed the Lieberman Protocol

Karen Brunssen

Mezzo-soprano, Karen Brunssen is Professor and Co-chair of the Department of Music Performance at Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University. She served as President-Elect, President, and

John Nix

John Nix is Professor of Voice and Voice Pedagogy at the University of Texas at San Antonio. His mentors include Barbara Doscher and Ingo Titze. Current and former students have sung with the Santa Fe, Arizona, Chautauqua, St. Louis, Nevada, Omaha, and San Antonio opera companies, and two have served as NATS Intern Master Teachers.

Joan Lader

Joan Lader has spent the last 40 years providing vocal training and rehabilitation for professional voice users. This was commemorated in June 2016 when she

Jenevora Williams

Dr Jenevora Williams is passionate about teaching and a leading exponent in the field of vocal health, rehabilitation and singing teaching. She was the first singing teacher to be awarded a PhD in voice science in the UK, and won the 2010 BVA Van Lawrence Prize for her outstanding contribution to voice research.

Lisa P.

Lisa Popeil

Lisa Popeil, MFA in Voice, has studied voice for 60 years and has taught professionally in all styles of singing for over 40 years. Based

Brad Story

Brad Story

Brad Story, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs in the College of Science