Melissa Grassia-Chisholm is a Speech- Language Pathologist specializing in voice and swallowing disorders. She studied vocal performance at Berklee College of music in Boston, MA and later received her bachelor’s degree at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY. Music has always been her passion and sings locally today. She continued to pursue the medical side of voice management and received her Master’s Degree at Nova Southeastern University in Ft Lauderdale, FL.
Melissa feels blessed to have served the South Florida community for the past 10 years providing voice therapy to singers and individuals with voice disorders. During her professional career she has practiced in multiple settings including hospitals, acute rehab, nursing homes, outpatient, and has taught multiple voice courses at multiple Universities.
Ana Molano is a bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in voice and swallowing disorders. She studied Communication Sciences and Disorders and obtained her Master’s Degree at Nova Southeastern University in Ft Lauderdale, FL.
During her professional career she has practiced in multiple settings including hospitals, acute rehab, NICU, and outpatient. Ana is ASHA certified and performs specialized diagnostic assessments including Videostroboscopy, Laryngeal Function Studies, Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallow (FEES) and Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBS). She is a provider of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) for Parkinson’s disease.
Ana is committed to providing the most current evidence-based practice for thehighest quality of care for her patients. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Performer, pedagogue, and SLP-in-training Sarah Kervinsplits her time between the worlds of vocal artistry and clinical voice rehabilitation. Hailing from Atlanta, GA, she studied classical and jazz voice and saxophone at the University of South Carolina and the University of North Texas. Sarah has been on the voice faculty at Berklee College of Music since 2014 and is an active performer with her original pop singer-songwriter project as well as managing a wedding band throughout the NYC and Boston area.
Following a voice injury of her own, Sarah became passionate about helping other singers maintain and rehabilitate their healthiest, most powerful voices. She is currently completing her master's degree in speech language pathology at New York University, studying under Doug Roth and Dr. Edie Hapner as a clinical intern in voice. Sarah is also passionate about voice research and works as a student lab assistant in the labs of Dr. Celia Stewart and Dr. Aaron Johnson. Sarah is very excited to join the team at the Voice Rehab!