A native of Montana, Emma attended the University of Montana for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees, completing a Bachelor of Science in Communicative Sciences and Disorders in 2018 and master’s in speech-language pathology in 2020. Emma is a speech-language pathologist with experience in evaluation and therapeutic treatment of a variety of voice, upper airway and swallowing disorders. Her clinical interests include treatment of chronic cough, study of voice production and voice disorders and dysphagia in the head and neck cancer population.
Emma’s clinical research in the behavioral treatment of chronic cough has led to several publications and many presentations including at the Fall Voice Conference and American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) National Conference. Her professional affiliations include ASHA, with membership in the Special Interest Groups (SIG) Voice and Upper Airway Disorders (SIG3) and Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders (SIG13), and the North Carolina Speech and Hearing Association.