Wendy D. LeBorgne, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Voice Pathologist & Singing Voice Specialist
Dr. Wendy LeBorgne, voice pathologist and vocal athlete expert, serves as the Clinical Director of both ProVoice Center (Cincinnati, OH) & BBIVAR (Dayton, OH). With over 22 years of experience as a voice pathologist, Dr. LeBorgne brings a unique blend of the art and science of the human voice and its impact and influence on others.
Considered both a pioneer and expert in the field of vocal athletes, Dr. LeBorgne has authored more than 10 textbook chapters on voice, 20 articles, and extensive media appearances. Her own textbook and workbook, The Vocal Athlete (co-authored with Marci Rosenberg), is considered the seminal text when training vocal athletes.
She has served for the last 6 years on the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Coordinating Committee for Voice and Voice Disorders (SIG3) and has recently been appointed to ASHA’s Health Care Economics Committee for the next 3 years. Dr. LeBorgne sits on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Voice as well as an ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Asthma & Allergy, VASTA Journal, Vocopedia, and Journal of Speech and Hearing Research.
She is a sought-after voice pathologist, international speaker, author, and master-class clinician regarding vocal wellness and vocal athletes. Dr. LeBorgne actively presents nationally and internationally on the professional voice with over 100 presentations on vocal wellness and vocal athletes. Her recent TEDx talk on Voice Branding™ enlightens audiences on the elements of authentic, engaged communication. Dr. LeBorgne holds an adjunct professor position at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music as their Voice Consultant caring for the voices of the actors and singers at CCM as well as teaching undergraduate vocal pedagogy, a new doctoral level commercial music pedagogy course, and a course entitled “Vocal Wellness for Vocal Athletes”. You can find Dr. LeBorgne providing vocal health and wellness information through video blogs as part of her position with The National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) as their Vocal Health and Wellness Coordinator.
She completed a B.F.A. in Musical Theater from Shenandoah Conservatory and both her masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Cincinnati in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Dr. LeBorgne additionally maintains an elite private studio (ProVoice Consultants) and continues to perform professionally. Her patients and private clients currently can be seen and heard on radio, TV, film, cruise ships, Broadway, Off-Broadway, national tours, commercial music tours, and opera stages around the world.