Jen Fellman, MS, CF-SLP, is a graduate of the MGH Institute of Health Professions. She also holds a BA in Theatre, Music and French from Muhlenberg College. Jen specializes in the treatment of voice and swallowing disorders and LGBTQIA+ research. Her various clinical experiences include the MGH Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation in Boston, and Philadelphia Ear, Nose and Throat Associates (Dr. Robert T. Sataloff).

Jen’s clinical focus includes work with singers and gender-affirming voice care, as well as treatment for children and adults with speech, language, fluency, cognitive, social communication and neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder.
Jen is currently pioneering phenomenological qualitative research exploring social trauma and vocal trauma among LGBTQIA+ singers. She was also an integral member of the research team at the NIH-funded Vocal Hyperfunction Clinical Research Center at MGH, led by Dr. Robert Hillman and Dr. Daryush Mehta.

Jen has worked as a professional singer and recording artist for over 10 years in New York and Paris, and executive-produced her solo-album “Forbidden Drive” with Broadway Records. 

Amanda C. Hembree, MA CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist with more than 30 years of  expertise in voice and swallowing disorders, adult language disorders, neurological disorders of speech and swallowing and post-surgical head and neck rehabilitation. Ms. Hembree is a graduate of Valparaiso University, where she received her Bachelors Degree in Music Performance and  Communication Disorders and received her Master's Degree in Speech - Language Pathology from New York University.
Ms. Hembree is LSVT - Certified.

Ms. Hembree is the Clinical Coordinator of the New York Center for Voice and Swallowing Disorders, under the Medical Direction of Dr. Andrew Blitzer. She has joined the Grabscheid Voice Center and Mount Sinai West under the Medical Direction of Dr. Mark Courey.   She is currently the director of the Graduate Student Program for SLP's within the Mount Sinai Hospital System. 

Evidenced based clinical research is currently focusing on NeuroMuscular Taping method, investigating long term vocal therapy outcomes and studying the effects of expiratory muscle strength devices. 

Ms. Hembree has been published in Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, v51 n2 p350-366 Apr 2008 titled “Vocal Hygiene Education, Voice Production Therapy, and the Role of Patient Adherence: A Treatment Effectiveness Study in Women with Phonotrauma” and operative techniques in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery: Swallowing Disorders, Vol 8, # 4, 1997 titled “Dysphagia Evaluation and Treatment.” Ms. Hembree is also a co-author of “Sensation and swallowing: Endoscopic evaluation of deglutition in the anesthetized larynx,” from The Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 2002:111:291-294.

You can find Ms. Hembree frequently attending performances at the Metropolitan Opera House, Carnegie Hall and shows both on Broadway and Off Broadway.   Ms. Hembree supports the ARTS in NYC and the Berkshires.  She is a Patron of the Metropolitan Opera, a Member of the Atlantic Theater and New York Theater Workshop as well a business partner for Tanglewood and Barrington Stage Company in Berkshires, Mass. 

Jen Fellman, CF - SLP 

Speech Language Pathologist 


Emily Stephenson, MS CCC-SLP, received her master’s degree from Hunter College's 
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and her bachelor’s degree in speech from
Northwestern University. Her nearly ten years of clinical experiences include treatment of
children and adults with speech, language, and voice disorders across a variety of settings,
including preschools, elementary schools, clinics, and private practice. She currently serves as a
clinical educator and adjunct lecturer at Hunter College, where she also supervises a gender
affirming voice training group. She is an adjunct faculty member at Manhattan School of Music,
where she teaches speech and vocology for undergraduate students in the musical theatre
program. Emily worked professionally as a singer, performing on Broadway and off Broadway,
in addition to appearing on numerous cast albums and recordings. Her clinical treatment focus
includes voice, swallowing, accent modification, and care of the professional voice. She is
certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT).


Emily Stephenson, MS CCC - SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Amanda C Hembree, M.A., CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist/ Owner 

Westside Voice and Swallowing