Juliana Codino, MS, PHDC-CCC-SLP
Juliana Codino, MS, PHDC, CCC-SLP is voice pathologist at Lakeshore Professional Voice Center. Juliana completed her master’s degree in speech language pathology at the Universidad del Museo Social Argentino in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She also has a teaching degree and has been teaching acoustical analysis of voice and phonetics at the speech-language pathologist undergraduate level for 11 years. Juliana completed her residency in speech-language pathology at the Argerich Hospital in Buenos Aires, 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. In addition, Juliana has been a reviewer of scientific presentations in several voice conferences in Argentina. She has a background in musical theater and enjoys singing for fun.
Andrew Keltz, MS, CF-SLP
Andrew Keltz, MS, CF-SLP is a clinical fellow/speech-language pathologist. He holds a master of science degree in speech language pathology from New York Medical College and a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University where he majored in theatre, with a certificate in music theatre. Before pursuing a career in speech language pathology, Andrew worked as a singer and an actor, performing in plays, musicals, and concerts, in regional theatres, off-Broadway, and in various concert venues in the United States and internationally in Austria, Japan, and Taiwan. Andrew’s clinical interests include assessment and treatment of the voice, as well as head and neck cancer. His research interests include vocal warm-up and rescue strategies for professional voice users. He is a certified provider of LSVT LOUD.
Holly Reckers, BM, MA, CF-SLP
Holly Reckers, BM, MA, CF-SLP is a clinical fellow/speech-language pathologist specializing in voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. She holds a master’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of Cincinnati and a bachelor’s degree in voice performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM). Holly is an active soprano in opera, oratorio, art song, musical theater, choral, and contemporary musical genres. Her favorite roles include Miss Wordsworth in Albert Herring, Mystery in The Fairy Queen, Velma Kelly in Chicago, and Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray. She has also sung professionally as a soprano soloist at the Cincinnati Bach Festival and with the Kentucky Symphony, and recently completed a recording with Coro Volante Composer New Works as a soloist and chorister. Holly’s professional interests include rehabilitation of singing voice, gender affirmative voice therapy, head and neck cancer, and working with professional voice users. She is a certified provider of Lee Silverman Voice Training (LSVT), SPEAK OUT! with Parkinson’s Voice Project, and myofascial release techniques. She believes in a mind-body approach coupled with evidence-based practice to best serve the individual needs of her patients.