MON April 16, 2018 7pm – 8:30pm
Where: Brendle Recital Hall, Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
PROGRAM: Please join us for our inaugural NCVF Chapter meeting on World Voice Day 2018!
This free event will be filled with performances from local students and choral groups, as well as a series of presentations on how to care for the professional voice.
Kathryn Waugh Email
Speakers from Wake Forest Baptist Health’s Center for Voice and Swallowing Disorders include laryngologists, Dr. Carter Wright and Dr. Lyndsay Madden and speech-language pathologists, Amy Morris and Kathryn Waugh.
We also invite you to join the NCVF Chapter officers for a complimentary wine and cheese reception immediately following the program for a chance to meet and greet with other local chapter members.
The goal of Local TVF Chapters is to offer people interested in the different disciplines of voice care and training the opportunity to come together regularly to share their experiences and to encourage each other in activities that conform to the Foundation’s goals and policies The focus is on truly local activities connecting professionals with each other. Events and meetings with invited speakers, workshops, master classes and mini-symposia are some examples of what a Local Chapter may offer. Above all, it provides a handy and convenient network for everyday access.