Juliana Codino, MS, PHDC-CCC-SLP
Juliana Codino, MS, CCC-SLP is voice pathologist at Lakeshore Professional Voice Center. Juliana completed her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology at the UMSA in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She also has a teaching degree and has been teaching Acoustical Analysis of Voice and Phonetics in the SLP undergraduate level for 11 years. Juliana completed her residency in SLP at the Argerich Hospital in the same city, where she became part of the staff and specialized in voice therapy. Juliana’s interest in voice research has inspired her to pursue a PhD; she is now a doctoral candidate for the University of Buenos Aires focusing on electroglottography. She has written chapters in two books and several research articles in scientific journals related to the specialty. She also has been a reviewer of scientific presentations in several voice conferences in Argentina. She has a background in musical theatre and enjoys singing for fun.
Emily K. Schrader, M.A., CF-SLP, B.F.A
Emily K. Schrader, M.A., CF-SLP, B.F.A. is a clinical fellow/speech-language pathologist specializing in voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. She holds her Master's in Speech-Language Pathology from Edinboro U. of Pennsylvania, and she also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Kent State University. Outside of school, she has been a lifelong singer, public speaker, and musical theatre performer both recreationally and professionally throughout northeast Ohio and western Pennsylvania. Some vocally exciting/challenging roles in past productions include Claire DeLoone in "On the Town," Maggie in "A Chorus Line," the 3rd Witch in "Macbeth," and Mimi Marquez in "Rent." She has also served as a speech and debate coach for Girard High School's National Forensics League Speech and Debate Team in Ohio, a vocal music teacher during performing arts camps with Erie Playhouse, and a manager, voice/acting coach, and senior performer with Castle On A Cloud Entertainment, LLC, a children's entertainment company in Ohio.
Wendy Parker, M.S., CF-SLP, M.M., B.A.
Wendy Parker, M.S., CF-SLP, M.M., B.A., is a clinical fellow/speech-language pathologist specializing in voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. She holds a Master's in Speech-Language Pathology from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, as well as a Master’s in Music in voice performance from San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Wendy is an active mezzo-soprano in opera, oratorio, musical theater, pop, and rock and roll. Wendy trained as an opera singer at the American Institute for Musical Studies in Austria, and OperaWorks™ in Los Angeles. Her signature roles include Carmen and La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Dorabella in Cosi fan Tutte, Cherubino in The Marriage of Figaro, Maria in West Side Story, and the Baroness in The Sound of Music. As a teacher, Wendy holds an advanced certificate in Somatic Voicework™ and has served on the faculties of University of Portland, Concord Conservatory of Music, New School of Music, and Beijing Central Conservatory of Music in China as a visiting lecturer. Wendy chose to enter the field of medical voice pathology to serve all speakers and singers who seek healthier voice use.